Publish content to Tumblr

Tumblr is a very customizable platform which allows you to add a unique look to your blog by changing the entire theme of your page. It is a great way to extend reach and brand awareness by sharing all kinds of great content without going through the hassle of hosting your own website.

You can publish great text and image posts to your Tumblr blog directly from Falcon. This guide will describe how you can bring your first Tumblr blog post live via Falcon.

Create content for Tumblr

  1. In the Publish module, click 'Create Post' in the top left.
  2. Choose Tumblr as network, and select the Channel you want to post to. Click 'Create Tumblr Post'.
  3. In the Publish Editor, add a title, text, and possibly some images. Or consider one of the advanced options described below in this article.
  4. Once you're happy with your post, click the Publish, Schedule, or 'Send for Approval' button.


You can see the raw HTML of your post by clicking the pen icon in the editor. To get back to text mode, simply press the pen icon again.

Embed audio or video

The Tumblr platform offers a number of specific posting options natively - from quotes, to audio, or video. The below section will guide you through the necessary steps in Falcon to achieve the same results.

  1. Create a new Tumblr post as described above.
  2. Choose to create a Status blog post.
  3. In a separate browser tab, navigate to the audio or video you want to share.
  4. Find an embed code for the media and copy the code.
  5. Go back to the Falcon browser tab.
  6. Click on the pencil icon in the editor to edit the HTML of your blog post.
  7. Type <html> and the closing tag </html> will automatically appear.
  8. In between those lines paste the embed code you just copied.
  9. Click the pencil icon again.
  10. The preview will then update and show the embedded video or audio.
  11. Type a title in the Subject line but make sure not to add content to the text box.
  12. Once you're happy with your post, click the Publish, Schedule, or 'Send for Approval' button.
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