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Interactive video lesson plan for: How to Let People Reply on Tumblr

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So you have a blog on Tumblr, and now you want to know what people think about it. Allowing replies is as simple as three clicks.

Step 1: Log in
Log into your Tumblr account. Go to and enter your e-mail address and password.

Step 2: Click Customize
Click Customize which appears on the right side of the screen, under your blog name.

Step 3: Click Community
Click on Community at the top of the Customize screen. A menu will appear after you click it.

You cannot reply to a reply that someone has written on your blog. You also cannot make replies to your own blog posts.

Step 4: Check the box
Look under the heading Replies and check the box next to Allow replies from people you follow. Enjoy the feedback!

Did You Know?
Tumblr was started with a staff of just two people.

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