Think you know Tumblr? Check out some of our favorite
tips and tricks below.
For quick sharing, drag this to your bookmarks bar:
Edit multiple posts at the same time through your blog's mega-editor. Just click "Mass Post Editor" on the Posts tab.
Hover over the dog-ear on a post on your Dashboard to see when it was published.
Hey, it's the ’90s. Record a personalized audio post by calling this toll-free number.
When you've finished answering a question, hold down the Alt key for options to "Queue" or "Save as Draft."
Short urls are great for when you want to share a link to one of your posts but you don't have room for many characters. You can grab the short url for any published post by clicking the gear icon at the top right corner of the post form while you're editing a post.
Just hit reblog on a post on a user's blog, then select the blog you'd like to post to from the top left corner of the post form. You can even reblog any of your own posts to your other blogs.on a post on your Dashboard or
End a post with a question mark to let the Tumblr community respond to your question. Just check the box that says "Let people answer this" before hitting Publish.
Press J to move forward through posts, K to go in reverse, L to like the current post, and N to see a post's notes.
Press the spacebar to view photosets in a lightbox or start playing a video post.
Press Option + R to fast reblog a post.
Press Option + E to add the post to your Queue.
Press Option + C to quickly compose a new post.
Press Option + Tab to quickly switch between your Dashboard and your blogs.
Press Shift + R for a fast reblog.
Press Shift + E to add the post to your Queue.
Press Z + C to quickly compose a new post.
Press Z + Tab to quickly switch between your Dashboard and your blogs.