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How do I delete one of my blogs on Tumblr?

Best Answer:
  1. In Tumblr click on the Account.
  2. The icon is a person-shaped symbol.
  3. Pick the blog you wish to remove from your list of blogs.
  4. On the iOS app swipe left on the blog and select Delete.
  5. Select Delete this Tumblr’ from the Android app.

How to delete a blog on Tumblr.

FAQ :


How do I delete my primary blog on Tumblr and keep my secondary?

To change the theme of your site, log in to your Tumblr account and visit the current Primary blog. Customize theme, then Edit HTML. Update preview, then Appearance, then Save, then Close after that. Your old Primary blog will now always point to your Secondary one.


How do I delete multiple blogs on Tumblr?
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Select your blog from the drop-down menu ( ). Select the Mass Post Editor from the right menu. Choose the posts you wish to remove. In the upper right corner, click the delete button. After confirming with “Ok,”


What is a secondary blog on Tumblr?

You may also establish an unlimited number of secondary blogs on your account. You can have up to ten secondary blogs per day on Tumblr. Secondary blogs are unable to like postings, follow other blogs, or send asks or contributions, in contrast with primary blogs.


Why can’t I delete my Tumblr account?
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To remove your account on Tumblr, go to the settings page and click “Deactivate My Account.” You can’t delete your account using the Tumblr app for mobile devices. Only the Tumblr website may be used to delete a profile. Your main Tumblr blog will also be removed if you cancel your membership.

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Can Tumblr followers see your other blogs?

Unless you share the links yourself, your main Tumblr blog’s followers are unable to access password-protected secondary blogs or even browse a list of them. Secondary blogs, on the other hand, are limited and you won’t be able to “like” items, reblog postings, make contributions, ask/answer questions.