- Tap the Account icon.
- Select your blog in the upper right corner.
- Tap Settings.
- Select Delete this Tumblr.
- Type your password and tap Delete.
- Log in to your Tumblr account. …
- Click on the ‘Account’ icon and select ‘Settings’.
- Scroll to the bottom of the page and select ‘Delete Account’.
- You will be directed to a screen asking if you are sure.
Account deletion is not possible in the Tumblr app for your phone. You can only delete it from a computer using Tumblr website. Deletion requires that you will also be deleting your primary blog. On the site so please ensure there are no secondary blogs with content you would like to keep behind before doing so.
Use the settings section of Tumblr to delete your account. You can’t delete your account using the Tumblr app for mobile devices. Deletion is only possible using the Tumblr website. When you delete your account, your primary Tumblr blog is deleted as well.
Tap your account settings (the little human), and select the blog (if not already selected) in the top, left-hand corner of the screen. Tap the gear icon, select “Visibility,” and turn on the “Hide (blog name) from search results” switch.
- Click the account icon.
- Click Settings.
- Click the “Delete Account”.
- Enter your email address and password.
- Click “Delete everything“.
- If TFA has been enabled for your account, you will be required to input the code.
Tumblr does not delete inactive accounts, but they do have a process for deleting spam accounts. If you want to delete your account, you can either email tumblr or request deletion through the website.
- On the web: Click “Settings” under the account menu at the top of the dashboard.
- Click the name of blog you’d like to delete or leave on the right side of the page.
- Click “Delete blog” or “Leave blog” at the bottom of the screen.
- Click “Settings” under the account menu at the top of the dashboard.
- Click the blog you’d like to update on the right side of the page.
- Click the pencil icon in the username section (or Tumblr URL section on secondary blogs). Enter your new username.
- Hit “Save.”
- Go to tumblr.com/login and sign into your account with your log-in credentials. …
- Click the “Settings” button on the right-hand column. …
- Click the “Delete This Blog” link in the gray section.
Select “Settings” from the pop-up panel and then choose “Account settings. Scroll to the bottom and select “Delete account.” Pinterest will inform you that you’ll receive a confirmation email regarding the account removal. Tap on “Continue.”
Step 1: Click on the user icon on the bottom-right corner to open the account page. Then click the Gear icon on the top-right corner. Step 2: In the Account settings menu, tap on General Settings. Step 3: On the General Settings page, scroll all the way down to find the Logout button.
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Many of us have a habit of creating accounts for services that might capture our interest for a bit only to never log into them again.
Changing the name of your blog doesn’t affect your Tumblr URL and you can change the name as many times as you want. Step 1: Login to your Tumblr account dashboard and click on the Account icon and then select Edit Appearance.
Changing your username does come with consequences. When you change your username, your blog URLs will change, too, so any links you have on the web will be broken. Your Tumblr followers will still be able to see your stuff, but your links in posts and on other sites just won’t work.
1. Use your actual name. It’s easy – and it helps if you like your name and have an unusual one. You can also repeat some of the letters in your name for fun and extra online privacy and safety, so your Tumblr name could be melalanie or annanna.
On the primary blog for your account, you’ll see the pencil icon next to “Username.” On a secondary blog, this is instead next to “Tumblr URL.”
Originally Answered: Tumblr: Is it possible to have multiple tumblr accounts from a single e-mail? Yes. To create a new blog from the same email address, make sure you’re logged into the account tied to the email address you want to use.
A primary tumblog can not be moved from one account to another. Secondary tumblogs however can be moved from one account to another by inviting the other account to join the blog, an when both accounts has access to the blog, the first account can simply leave the blog, leaving it to the other account.
- Open your Android’s Settings and scroll down to Google.
- Click “Manage your Google account”. …
- Tap “Delete a service” and then tap the Trash bin besides your Gmail account.
- Follow the on-screen instructions.
- Open the Pinterest app on your device and log in to your Pinterest account.
- Tap your profile picture in the bottom-right corner.
- Tap the nut icon in the top right-hand corner.
- Tap Account settings.
- Scroll to the bottom and tap Close account.
- Tap Close account to confirm.
“Very often, social-media hijacking happens by way of password resets,” says Christopher Budd, global threat communications manager at Trend Micro. If someone were to access the email account associated with your Tumblr, he could perform password resets for any other accounts linked to it.
To be alerted of activity on your account, make sure you have “Email me about account activity” enabled in your account settings. With this option enabled, you’ll get an email when someone logs into your account or when a new app is authorized.
Log into your tumblr account and go to your current Primary blog. Click on Customize theme, then Edit HTML. Right after where it says
Straight from Tumblr’s support team. tumblr.com/help If possible, please include your Tumblr site URL when tweeting at us with support questions.
If you try creating or changing an URL and you see an error message like “Someone beat you to that username,” that means the username you’d like is already taken. We don’t release taken or otherwise unavailable URLs/web addresses, nor can we put you in touch with the account owner(s).
Once you delete your Tumblr account, it’s completely or permanently lost. You can never restore that account. Your only option is to create a new account. You can search digital library to get a light history of your blog if the information is still there.
Your username might be automatically deleted if you haven’t logged into Tumblr in over two years.
Tumblr T& Cs say you have to be 13 to use the platform.
The Tumblr blogging platform automatically creates a URL, or Internet address, for each of your posts. This is sometimes called a “permalink,” or permanent link. You or your readers can use this URL to view a specific post, without having to browse through your entire blog.