With the Tumblr queue automatically publish your posts multiple times a day at specific times. This technique helps keep your blog active even when you’re sleeping or otherwise busy, and ensures your visitors see a regular stream of activity.
#Queue means this is a post that will be automatically posted from your post queue. It’s not strictly a required tag – it’s more to let people know that the person may not be actively online when the post goes live.
Tap the gear icon in the top right corner. Tap General Settings (iOS) or Account Settings (Android). Scroll down to the Account section and tap Labs. Check the “Enable Tumblr Labs” option, then check the “Fast Queue” option.
Officially, your Tumblr queue can store a total of 300 posts at a rate of 50 posts per day.
You can now shuffle your queue by going to the queue page for your blog on the web. You can also shuffle and rearrange your queue through the API.
Click the Queue tab to see all the posts you’ve queued for the blog. Tumblr allows you to save up to 300 posts at a time. Click the gear icon on the post you want to remove and select “Delete” from the pop-up menu that appears to delete it from your queue.
What you can do – Note that if you’ve somehow exceeded the 250 limit but your queue is still running, you’ll lose the remaining posts scheduled for the day. Instead of trying to break the queue limit, you can save your posts as drafts. Once your queue count is below the limit again, you can move those drafts to the queue.
Fast Reblogging and Queuing
To quickly reblog or queue a post without adding a comment, you can use the post form with fast reblogging or faster Skip the queue: In the apps , tap and hold the reblog button and your blog avatars will appear. Drag your finger over one of them to choose which blog to reblog to.
To maximize your impact, do your best to post mostly at night. According to bitly , the best time to post on Tumblr is between 7pm and 7pm. and 10pm EST Mondays through Thursdays, not all times on Sundays.
Post multiple times a day
Like Twitter, Tumblr is a fast-moving environment. It’s perfectly acceptable to post more than once a day – as long as your content is relevant and meaningful.
There are no limits on how many hashtags you can use on Tumblr, but only the first five hashtags you use are searchable. Your update will only appear in the search results if it’s an original, not a reblog. So don’t add tags when doing a reblog.
Click the queue button in your sidebar. Click the shuffle button repeatedly until you are satisfied with the result. Have fun.
To access your scheduled posts: On the web, click the account menu (the human icon at the top of the screen), hover over the blog whose queue you want to see, click the little guy with three dashes that appears and click “Queue.”