Tag filtering is here Don’t see what you don’t wanna see
In our ongoing effort to help you all determine your own experience here on Tumblr, we’re launching one of our most requested features: the ability to filter out posts from your dashboard based on their tags.
Trying to avoid #Star Wars spoilers? Filter them out. Need a break from all the #holiday excitement this month? Sheesh, fine. Filter it out. It’s your dashboard. Groom it well.
Where do I set up a tag filter?
In your settings! You’ll find it in your general settings on mobile, under “Filtering.” On the web, you’ll find it in your account settings, also under “Filtering.”
That makes sense. Will I know when stuff is being filtered out?
Yup. Just like with Safe Mode, you’ll see a placeholder in your dashboard wherever something is being hidden. If you actually do want to see it, you can click/tap on it, and it’ll appear.
I follow some real nimrods. How can I stop seeing their posts?
Unfollow them! And if they’re really being a jerk, block them. And if they’re truly being hateful, report them.
Anything else I should know?
Sure. There are lots of other tools for making Tumblr the Tumblr you want to see. You can read about them all in our help center.
One thing to note: As its name implies, tag filtering relies on a post’s tags to tell it what’s what. It can’t filter based on the full text used in a post, or sense subtle references or sarcasm. So be a good neighbor and tag accurately and often. 🏷