Does XKit still work on Tumblr?
If you have reasons to keep New XKit installed, keep it installed. Tumblr isn’t done updating the web experience, so features that only run on legacy-powered pages like Mass+ and Go-to-Dash remain exclusive to New XKit for now.
How do I access XKit on Tumblr?
Once you have it installed and access your Tumblr account, you’ll be able to use XKit any time by clicking the new XKit button that should appear in the menu at the top of your Dashboard, between your messages and account settings.
How do I go back to the old Tumblr 2020?
If you have never used Xkit before, head over to this link, download the extension for your browser, navigate to your dashboard and you’ll see the Xkit icon next to the account icon. Now click on the Xkit icon and go to Get Extensions, type ‘Old Blue’ in the search area, and install the Old Blue extension. That’s it.
Does XKIT work on mobile?
We just updated XKit to have very minimal functionality on Tumblr’s mobile site. This means that Firefox for Android users (and hopefully Safari for iOS users once we get that funded) can add XKit extensions and use a couple features.
How do you edit a reblog on Tumblr?
- You can’t edit earlier reblogs, or the original post, in your reblog.
- You can’t remove the original caption in a reblog chain, but you can remove everything that comes after.
- To be sure your posts are credited properly once others start reblogging them, use the content source field!
How do I switch to my old Tumblr?
How do I go back to my old Tumblr?
If you want to revert back to a previous version of your theme, go to Tumblr’s theme recovery page. You will see a dropdown menu with a list of all your blogs. This is where Tumblr has stored previous version of the theme that’s attached to your blog (in case you accidentally change it or delete it!)
How do you change tags on Tumblr?
Tag Replacer allows you to mass-replace tags with ease. Install it, then go to Posts page on your dashboard of the blog you want, enter the tag you want replaced and the new tag, and Tag Replacer will do the rest.