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How to read a Tumblr in chronological order - a simple guide
As many have noticed, my blog frequently utilizes Tumblr’s little known feature of being displayed in chronological order.
Most blogs display the newest post first and the oldest post last, which can be quite troublesome if your blog is in the form of a story, a guide, a comic, or anything that is meant to be read from the beginning.
By displaying it in chronological order, the oldest post is displayed first, and the blog can be read page by page going forward instead of going backwards.
Cool Tumblr Trick
I just found this out now.
Find something you post/reblog often that you tag a lot. Say for example, “GPOY,” or “Blog.”
If you wanted to see it from most recent to first posted, your URL would be:
BUT, if you want to view it in chronological order (first posted to most recent), you would put “/chrono” at the end like this:
Try it out! It’s pretty cool.
“We do not grow absolutely, chronologically. We grow sometimes in one dimension, and not in another; unevenly. We grow partially. We are relative. We are mature in one realm, childish in another. The past, present, and future mingle and pull us backward, forward, or fix us in the present. We are made up of layers, cells, constellations.”—via Anaïs Nin
You can now get to the first page from the side bar!
If you’ve just started following IBA and don’t feel like going through all the pages and pages of nonsense in between the actual updates, you’re in luck! I’ve added a “Read from the beginning” link to the side bar of the blog!
And don’t forget, you can leave a comment below each post with your thoughts!
Happy reading! :D
Today started with the future;
I got flagged for purple and conversational tones,
mischief and 7th grade stand partners.
Any and all advice I took hid in English papers
about characterization, as if I wasn’t over-the-top enough already.
Around the corner came
bumping into klutzy crushes, school age butterflies hit their brink-
maybe it’s time they come out of hibernation.
Brought to life by stage lights, vegetables, and story after story after
stories dissolved into the concrete with the rain,
drops your walls,
soaked with culture.