Published on March 15th, 2012 | by Tumble Guy1
Tumblr Queue Post – Schedule your Posts on Tumblr
Published by Tumble Guy on March 15th, 2012 |
This is a tutorial on the basics of tumblr queue. Scheduling a post on tumblr so it’s published later is easy.
Why would you want to queue your posts?
If you have a lot of followers, but doesn’t really the time to spend on tumblr everyday, you can just schedule your posts so they are published on a set period of time. This way your current followers won’t think you’re inactive and unfollow you.
New visitors of your tumblr will see fresh content on your tumblr and will most likely to follow you.
The queue feature of tumblr is also helpful since tumblr users are from all over the globe. This means they access tumblr during times when you are most likely not on your computer.
This is also useful if you are going on vacation and won’t have time or a way to access a computer for a long time.
Now that you understand the benefits of Queueing your post, lets earn how to set them.
How to Add Posts on Queue on Tumblr the Right Way:
- First Select the tumblr blog you want to queue posts to
- On the sidebar on the right, click “Queue”. This will open the queue page. Alternatively, you can go to this link to open the Queue Page.
- You can set the frequency of the posts from 1-50, change the timezone, and select the times when you want to posts.
- After setting your preferences, you can now queue posts
- For reblogs and original posts, select Queue posts from the drop down menu at the top-right corner of the page.
- Once you upload your contents, click Queue Posts. This will add this post on your queue list.
Queue Posts Limit on Tumblr
The maximum Queue you can have per account is 300 posts (as of march 31, 2012).300 posts at a time. If you need more, you can save additional posts to the Drafts area.
- Depending on the type of followers you have, you might want to tweak the time and frequency of your posts. For example, if you live in the US, most users access Tumblr during lunch break and after school (12pm and after 3pm eastern time). If your followers are from Asia, then you might want to change it to the times when they access Tumblr.
- In general, I queue my post and set it for 8 hours to post 16 times. This way, my followers will see a post from me every 30 minutes. You can set different intervals. It depends on your preferences.