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The Tumblr Unfollow tool


As you may be aware, social media platforms impose certain limitations that must be adhered to. For example, each platform has its own limit on the maximum number of accounts a user can follow. Once this limit is reached, you cannot follow any new accounts unless you unfollow some of the previously followed ones.

To address this issue, SU Social’s Unfollow tool is available to simplify the process of unfollowing accounts automatically. Even if you have not yet reached the maximum number of followings, but wish to maintain a balanced ratio of followers to followings for increased credibility, the Unfollow tool can perform the task for you efficiently.

How to access and use the Unfollow tool?

Simply click on your Tumblr account on the TOOLS page then click on the Unfollow tool tab from the list of tools we have for Tumblr accounts.

The Unfollow tool consists of three sections which we will discover together in this guide.

1 – Run Timers Section:

  1. STATUS – this allows you to see the status of the Unfollow tool and you also have The switch button that you can use to start/stop the tool.
  2. Unfollow users after a min of x-y days – This allows you to set a delay that the tool will wait after you follow them before it starts unfollowing the users.
  3. Wait Between X-Y minutes between each operation – This allows you to set a delay before starting the next unfollow operation.
  4. unfollow between X-Y bloggers on each operation – This allows you to set how many bloggers to unfollow on each operation.
  5. The Execute between HH: MM and HH: MM option allows you to set a specific time frame for the tool to carry out the unfollow actions.
  6. You can check it to add random sleep time after X-Y operations.
  7. The Days of the week when to operate option lets you choose the specific days of the week for the tool to make the unfollow actions.
  8. With the option “Rotate Days”, the days you selected for the Unfollow tool to operate can be randomly rearranged each week. For instance, if you selected Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, the tool will choose a new set of three days for the next week. Additionally, you have the option to exclude weekends from the rotation if you don’t want to unfollow users during those days.

2 – Unfollow limits Section

  • Unfollow x-y per day – This allows you to set a daily limit for the Unfollow tool, when reached, the tool will stop automatically unfollowing until the next day, additionally, it allows you to set the daily limit to increase daily until it reaches your unfollow daily target, and this may be useful for users that want to warm up their accounts.
  • Similar to the daily limit, we have also an option that can allow you to set an hourly limit for the Unfollow tool.
  • Enable Automatic Follow/Unfollow allows you to switch automatically between following and unfollowing users based on conditions you set on the option.

3 – User Filters Section

  • Do not unfollow followers, allows you to prevent the tool from unfollowing your followers.
  • This option allows you to set a delay before unfollowing your followers.


In conclusion, managing your Tumblr account can be time-consuming, especially when it comes to unfollowing users who are no longer active or relevant to your niche. But with the Unfollow tool from SU Social, you can automate this process and save yourself valuable time and effort. Whether you’ve hit the maximum number of followings allowed by Tumblr or simply want to balance your following-to-follower ratio, the Unfollow tool can help you achieve your goals while staying within the platform’s limits. So give it a try and see how it can benefit your Tumblr account growth and engagement.

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