Are you tired of having to manually log in to your Tumblr account just to keep up with your regular posts? I know I was and I sure am glad that I learned how to queue my posts in Tumblr.
With the use of this feature, I am now able to save a lot of time when updating my Tumblr page plus I get more done in a day.
If you want this to happen to you as well, then allow me to share with you just how you can queue your posts on Tumblr so you won’t have to keep on manually logging in each time you post.
This saves you a lot of time since you’ll only post once and be done with a whole week or month’s worth of post.
Adding Tumblr Posts to Queue
- You need to choose the kind of content you’ll be posting. Tumblr gives you 7 options (Text, Photo, Quote, Link, chat, audio, and video ). Or you may simply “reblog” posts from your friends.
- After adding your content or reblogging, click the arrow button beside the publish now button, then select “Add to Queue” from the drop down menu. Here’s a screenshot:
- Then click “Queue post” when you’re about to post it. Here’s an example:
That’s basically all that you need to do to put your post in the queue. But before I end this article, allow me to go a step further by teaching you how to customize the scheduling of your queued post.
Here’s how to do it…
- You need to click the “Home” icon on your profile. It’s located on the top most part of the page just beside the huge Tumblr icon.
- When you’re on your home page, you then have to click the “queue button” on the right side bar of your page. It’s just beneath the “Followers” or “Members” button.
- Once you’re on the “Queue” page, you can then change the scheduling of your queued post on the upper left part of the page.
- It’ll give you the option to choose how many queued posts you’ll publish within a day and what time you want to publish it.
If you use Tumblr’s queue feature, you should be able to save time and increase your efficiency in updating your Tumblr profile.
If you’re truly serious about wanting to save money and increasing your productivity, then you have to make sure that you’re maximizing the usage of your time. That said, use the queue feature now.