Blog Info and Post Limit Checker v1.44

Post Limit FAQ
by epic / doe / bohemian


Enter your Tumblr user name or blog URL (or someone else's if you're curious)

29 June 2017

This site now displays Tumblr's new blog classification: "Adult". This is separate from the existing "Explicit", aka "NSFW"

Explicit
(blog)

  • You set this yourself in your tumblr's settings.
  • But Tumblr may also turn this "on" for you and - and "lock" it on if they do.
  • Previously known as "NSFW".
  • When set, you won't show up in tumblr searches (unless the person searching has "safe mode" off)
  • Starting 5 July 2017, "anyone viewing your blog on the web will have to be logged in (with safe mode off) to see it"
Adult
(blog)
  • Tumblr apparently sets this themselves; the criteria is unknown.
  • When set, your icon is shown "pixelated" for anyone with "safe mode" on
  • Other effects of this new classification are unknown; updates will be posted when available
  • Apparently a subset of explicit, i.e. some explicit blogs are also adult - but all adult blogs are explicit.

Sensitive
(posts)

  • You can now marks individual posts as "sensitive" (but see note 1 below)
  • Tumblr may mark individual posts of yours as "sensitive" even if you didn't.
  • These posts are, by default, hidden from those who have "safe mode" on
  • - but if they want, they can choose to view it anyway (by clicking on it)
  • This post marking is independent of either of the blog categories above.

Notes:

  1. Ironically, you have to be blocking sensitive posts yourself to be able to mark your own posts as "sensitive".
    So presumably people who enjoy seeing explicit content would never post such a thing (so they don't need the option).
    But those who dislike seeing it might post it.This has to be a bug.
This is a dual purpose utility.
1.

It will check how many posts you've made since since the last post-limit reset.

It will then tell you how many you have left, and how long until that number resets again.

Note: If you've deleted any posts today, answered asks, or posted to any sideblogs you have fewer left than shown!

For details, see limitations.

2. It also gives you a bunch of information about anyone's blog you're curious about.

Questions / Bug Reports / Suggestions / Random Comments
Please make sure you mention "Post Limit Checker" along with your comment - that way I know the comment is from this site and not my blog.

(anons can not be answered)

- Anna @ epic.tumblr.com

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