Here are some useful extensions, scripts, and tutorials for Tumblr. Scripts require a simple, one click install for Google Chrome. Firefox users may need to download Greasemonkey first before installing scripts.
As far as I know, these scripts/extensions can work together.
I’ll add more links as I think of them, and feel free to share your own tips or resources.
Missing E - Probably the most popular Tumblr extension. Features: one click reblog/queue/drafts, automatically clears all tags when reblogging, adds tags to ask/reply, allows one click reply to comments, shuffle queue, adds timestamp to posts on your dashboard, replaces text (reblog, notes) with picture icons, and more. Downside: Tumblr apparently hates Missing E, and will try to scare you into disabling it.
Xkit - Similar to Missing E. Some additional features: Unfollower check, shorten long posts on dashboard, highlight key terms in posts, download mp3 from audio posts.
Tumblr Savior - Blacklist tags that you do not want to see on your dashboard. Downside: Not everyone tags.
Some selections from a larger collection of scripts (please note that I don’t use all of these, so I don’t know which ones still work):
Tumblr Life - Quick links to sort your dashboard by content (photos, text, quotes, video, etc), adds keyboard shortcuts.
Tumblr Hate - Do you keep seeing the same post reblogged in your dashboard? This script lets you “hate” that post so you won’t see it again.
Tumblr Helper - Create post templates with common settings, add personal notes to users on your dashboard
My LFI is letting me login again. I haven’t tried to download since it’s the weekend but the last time I checked it wouldn’t let me login, so yay. I don’t even know why I checked yesterday. I just had a feeling LOL
As you might know, I’m one of the two girls running Puckleberry Week at GSG, and in all honesty it’s been absolutely incredible the amount of activity and support we’ve had from y’all as a fandom. We’ve run a few events before, and we’ve never gotten this kind of response. I mean, hell, several of you have even asked for and made tee shirts! That’s incredible. Honestly, Anne Marie and I never expected this kind of support for something like Puckleberry Week, and I’m in awe of how much you have done and how much work you have produced. You all are an absolutely amazing fandom, especially for one that gets so little from the canon.
As I’ve said before on this blog, my feelings towards Glee in general are really negative because of the poor writing, and it’s only the fanon of things like Puckleberry which keep me interested. And this week you all have managed to make me fall in love with this ship again. You’ve given me and everyone else in the bubble so much good fanon, done so many wonderful things with this ship, that somehow I feel like we’ve been revitalized. You’ve made me miss Puckleberry, and I wasn’t sure that would happen again.
So, honestly — thank you. Thank you for participating in Puckleberry Week, thank you for being so enthusiastic about it, and, most importantly, thank you for letting me organize it. It’s just an honor to be involved in setting up something that I know means so much to so many people, and I can’t tell you what that means to me.
So, my lovely bubble, thank you for allowing me to be a part of this, and thank you for supporting it, and thank you for bringing back my love for a ship I thought might have already sailed for me. I appreciate it more than you know.