Good news! Tumblr users can now see a list of all their flagged posts
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Just how badly Tumblr implemented the adult content ban can be judged from the fact there has been no way for users to see complete list of their flagged posts.
is there a way to see a list of your flagged posts on tumblr? there were a bunch i sent for review but it’s only showing up like this and idk how to find out which post it was to send them the link to it like….. pic.twitter.com/KAXOQ18vvj
— jill // #saveshadowhunters (@jirrrian) January 5, 2019
Tumblr has apparently added a way to review posts that may contain adult content!
Except it doesn't list all of them, because I know there were two flagged involving one of my Fallout 4 characters, and I'm only seeing one in the provided space.
— Dan Believes In You (@dantheshive) January 3, 2019
Well, the good news is at least that part is changing now. Reports are pouring in the company has started notifying users about all their flagged posts. Users are taking to social media platforms like Twitter to share this.
Take a look:
Good news is you can now see a list of all your flagged Tumblr posts.
I hope the Tumblr employee who gets to review all of this is into fighty boys kissing, 'cause uh… pic.twitter.com/2aqxpF1e9b
— Fedorasaur💤 (@D3ltah) January 9, 2019
Tumblr just notified me of a list of my posts that were flagged and need reviewing. 95% of them are either gifs from TV shows or proper fucking Art. I am 98% done.
— doktor aиbolit (@Mooshberry) January 8, 2019
Well, tumblr finally managed to send a complete list to the users what posts were flagged as mature content. Right now, "Destiny – and one dream" and "FAITH" are p//ornos. Well done, Tumblr.
Funny fact: Also some FAs deviantART in old days blamed me for.
— 🎄Doodle ✏ Monster🎄 (@MiyaToriaka) January 8, 2019
tumblr let me know what posts of mine were flagged and there was about 10 (most of them were sfw pics of arland???? fuckin ok)
but the last post on the list was my selfies and i pic.twitter.com/7qIXOUljDi
— Mx. Sheila G. @ 15 days til 🇨🇦 (@SheilaGal_) January 7, 2019
Tumblr FINALLY added a notification that your posts are flagged and sends you to a complete list of them! It is very late but I assumed they would add this feature at some point. My flagged posts where a gifts photoset of toys from Cuteo and Ye Olde MEMELLIE. Am SO proud. pic.twitter.com/94BObhut1J
— 🌶️PQT🌶️ (@PepperQT) January 7, 2019
wow tumblr gave me a list of all of the posts they flagged. very convenient
— Erin 🔞 (@keykeychain) January 3, 2019
Going by these reports, it appears users are getting a notification about their posts that have been flagged. And clicking/tapping on that notification brings up the complete list of those posts, making it easy for users to appeal the ones they think got incorrectly flagged.
Just in case you are not seeing any such notification, you can try out the following advice:
Just go on to the blog’s dash, add ‘/review’ at the end of the URL, and press enter
‼⚠TUMBLR ARTISTS !! HOW TO SEE YOUR FLAGGED CONTENT⚠‼
A HANDY THING that might help you a bit in your battle against Tumblr's bullshitting ( more repairing than battling but you got me.)
✌stay well! pic.twitter.com/I1Ax54QXiE
— Shaw-punsexualnerd @ its-a me, konoyaro (@Shaw_punsexualn) January 7, 2019
Another user replied to the above tweet saying the company has implemented a section called ‘List of posts reported on your blog’ where you can see all your flagged posts.
This is a welcome step from Tumblr amid all the ongoing ban-related mess on the platform. Users should have an option to easily see which of their posts have been flagged, and it’s good to see the company finally gave them that.
Use the comments section below to let us know if you are now able to access your list of flagged posts. Oh, and yes, keep coming back to PiunikaWeb for more such Tumblr related news.
Featured image via Shaw.
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