When you create a post on Tumblr, the site keeps a tally of how many other Tumblr users have either liked or reblogged the post as "Notes." A post's notes count can be a method of gauging its popularity, and you can see what other users are saying about your content by clicking the reblog links and seeing other users' post responses. You can see a great deal of information about your post notes by looking at your blog's activity dashboard.
Log in to the desired Tumblr account and then select the appropriate blog from the drop-down menu.
Click the "Activity" tab on your dashboard and then click "Notes."
Select a timeframe from the drop-down menu. You can see your activity from the last 24 hours, the last 3 days, the last 7 days and the last month. In addition to displaying your activity as a line graph, the details of which you can view by hovering your cursor over any point on the graph, this screen shows you information such as the last four Tumblr users to reblog your posts and the post that has received the most reblogs in the specified time period.
Scroll to the "Latest Notes" section. This section displays the most recent notes, including likes and reblogs, of all your posts, as well as the Tumblr users who reblogged and liked the posts. You can click any reblog note in this screen to view the reblogged post on the Tumblr user's blog, if you'd like to see the notes and comments the user attached to your post.
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