Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Saving posts as drafts, part of Up and Running with Tumblr.
There may come a time, as you start to work inside of Tumblr, where you find…yourself in either a production environment, or you're sharing the duties of…publishing things with someone else.…In any case, there may come a time when you need to save something as a draft…to have it reviewed by an editor, or simply to save it for later to publish at a later date.…In this case, you are going to utilize something called saving a post as a draft.…It's pretty easy to do, and I am going to show you how to do it right now.…So the first thing I am going to do is go over to text post, just to create…a simple blog post.…In this case, I will call it My Saved Draft.…
Once I do that, I can then add some text underneath it. I will go grab some…filler text from Bacon Ipsum. Just select this text, copy it, and paste it in.…Pretty simple. As I said before, you can paste this in from Microsoft Word,…InDesign, or any text editor that you might have.…Once I'm done, I can make any changes to the text post that I need to.…
- What is Tumblr?
- Touring the interface
- Exploring the Tumblr Blocks
- Creating a custom domain
- Understanding likes, reblogs, and notes
- Blocking and unblocking users
- Adjusting basic appearance settings
- Adding a logo
- Creating a post
- Editing multiple posts at once
- Inserting video and audio into pages
- Finding theme marketplaces
- Editing posts using HTML and markdown
- Adding comments with Disqus
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Getting to Know Tumblr
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2. Customizing Your Blog
3. Publishing with Tumblr
4. Working with Pages
5. Taking the Next Step
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