To send Fan Mail or ask a question, press the envelope icon while viewing any blog. If the user hasn’t enabled Asks or you haven’t been following them for more than 24 hours, the icon won’t be there.
For sure! Learn more about editing your blog's appearance here.
Log out? We’ll just assume you’re looking to relive the experience of logging in again. Visit the Account screen and press “Settings.” Scroll to the bottom and press “Log Out.”
If your device is using iOS 9 and above:
Press and hold the reblog icon on any post to reblog it in a single step. The status indicator will disappear once the reblog is complete.
If you’re using iOS 9+ you can post things from almost any app.
If it's a photo:
You can also post links from web browsers like Mobile Safari:
Sure. Just press and hold (long tap) the photo, then tap ‘Save Image’ in the Action Sheet and it’ll save to your camera roll.
Aw, no app? No problem. You can request a desktop version of the site using your web browser's settings. For Chrome, tap the 3 dots menu and choose "Request Desktop Site." For Safari, tap in the address bar and pull down on the resulting bookmarks menu to reveal "Request Desktop Site." Additionally, you can download and use our mobile app.
Push notifications are a great way to keep up with the activity on your blog(s). Find out when someone likes or reblogs one of your posts, as well as when someone starts following you.
Of course! You can even configure notifications for each of your blogs separately. Here's how:
You can only receive notifications for blogs on which you're an admin.
Simply hide Tumblr notifications in your device settings.
These features remember the last setting you used, and continue to use that setting unless you change it.
Asks: When replying to questions, you can reply privately instead of posting the answer to your blog. Future replies will stay private until you update your preferences and switch to public, and vice versa.
Posting: Once you post to a blog, all future posts will post to that blog until you switch via the top bar when selecting a post type. So yeah, be sure to select the right blog before pressing “Post."
First off, make sure your device is running iOS 9 or newer. If the app is being slow or acting dumb, try the following:
If you still need help, send us a note.