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How can I see only my posts on Tumblr? I don't want to see pictures or whatever else I've re-blogged, just my posts. I'm asking this specifically because I’d rather not scroll through the millions of posts I have to view old pictures I have on there.

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From the front end, this is impossible unless you have tagged the posts appropriately.

Looking at the API, it sounds like it may be possible to build a tool that would view a feed and filter on some of the returned reblogged_ fields. (Note that the building of such a tool is out of scope for this site.)

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    There are at least two Mac apps that would help, one that expands on the limited web "dashboard" called - I don't know hy - Milk. – Zo219 Nov 13 '14 at 23:03
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You have two options:

  1. Use Tumblr Originals. Reblogs are hidden and only your original posts are shown. However, all your original posts are shown, regardless of its type (text, photo, audio, etc.).
  2. Type http://<username>.tumblr.com/archive/filter-by/text on your address bar. However, all your text posts are shown, even the reblogged ones.

Pick your poison.

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I recently wrote a small web app that does this and a couple other things too. There's a few really great sites out there that do similar things, but I wanted to make my own version with some extra features. It's called Tumblr Note Counter

The app can:

  • Count the total number of notes on all your original posts.
  • Show you your top 9 most popular original posts.
  • Find all of your original posts with over X notes (e.g. 50, or 1000, etc).

Just enter a Tumblr blog name to start it. If you want to see all of your posts, just type 0 in the note limit box and it will show everything.

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