After Tumblr changed its terms and policies regarding adult content, which apparently created a horrible impression among its existing users, Tumblr began to come under an unexpected catastrophic downfall as it’s users are always trying to figure out an alternative way to quench the thirst for adult content. And likewise, this resulted in encountering extensive growth in some existing platforms. However, it did not leave the old ones also to gain, a drastic user based from nothing to something.
Apart from that, in the quest of finding the best platform, a lot of new inception also happened to court the existing obsessed Tumblr refugees. Must read our in-depth guide on Best Tumblr Alternative.
Youllo, this is yet another site for all the Tumblr refugees to occupy. Although it’s inception wasn’t too long back, which took place in December last year. Youllo, the self-proclaimed perhaps the new aged adult social microblogging network, greets all the Tumblr refugees, and it’s a new user with a message “A special welcome to all #tumblrrefugees,” the platform Twitter bio reads.
Youllo is a new and free social microblogging network. With Youllo, you can create your own microblog, post your photos, videos, and other content, or simply follow other people. Follow other publishers and make new friends. Youllo was made to give you the freedom to publish adult, explicit, and pornographic.
Besides that later, after going through a couple of it’s a tweet post, it was apparently found that youllo has also started marketing about its ability to import all the Tumblr blogs of its users as one of its key selling points.
Don't delete your Tumblr blog, you can move all your posts to https://t.co/wveLz0R8da, with just 5 clicks. Join now: https://t.co/wveLz0R8da #tumblr #tumblrisover #riptumblr #tumblrpurge #tumblrefugee #nsfw #youllo pic.twitter.com/BKLscN1qVS
— Youllo (@Youllo_net) February 10, 2019
So, if you are one of the many Tumblr refugees who is wondering to the same without deleting the existing blogs.
Here are the following steps to get on with the process of importing your Tumblr blogs post to Youllo.
How to import Tumblr blogs to Youllo
1. Before beginning the process, you have to create a profile to find out how things will work out and how to create a post like this:
2. After you are done with the profile setup, scroll down to find out an import option to import all your previous Tumblr blog posts.
3. After you find the option, click/ tap on it, and you will be asked to go through simple steps, such as you will have to create an app Tumblr, which can be later connected to the Tumblr server.
4. Done! Now you need to fill in some of the fields such as application name and Website.
5. Now, finally, last but not least, steps are to enter the OAuth consumer key & the secret key.
Apart from that, you also get a dedicated preview option to see the public impression of your imported Tumblr blogs on Youllo.
Furthermore, Youllo also posted the top 5 reasons you may want to use its services in a tweet.
Join Youllo today: https://t.co/wveLz0R8da #tumblr #tumblrrefugees #TumblrIsOverParty #tumblrpurge #youllo #nsfw #tumblrprotest #tumblrgeddon #riptumblr #tumblrmigration #tumblralternative #tumblrisover #tumblrmigrants pic.twitter.com/tWsy2P8Zjo
— Youllo (@Youllo_net) February 11, 2019
However, before heading into details, you must be aware of the fact that Youllo maintains a strict age limit policy under which anyone under the age of 18 years can’t delve into this site.
There are also certain guidelines which show that the site contains explicit and mature content. When you land on the site, a warning will be displayed before using its services. This apparently states that individuals who are less than 18 years of age are not permitted to access such contents under the law of any applicable jurisdiction may not access such contents.
Please be aware that there may be certain adult or mature content available on the Website. A warning will be shown to the User prior to adult content being displayed. Where there is mature or adult content, individuals who are less than 18 years of age or are not permitted to access such content under the laws of any applicable jurisdiction may not access such content.
If we learn that anyone under the age of 18 seeks to conduct a transaction through the Services, we will require verified parental consent, in accordance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (“COPPA”). Certain areas of the Website may not be available to children under 18 under any circumstances.