New Tumblr App Lets You Track Reblogs Across Tumblr
Tumble Tree is a simple browser app that charts all reblogs as a large tree. The result is a simple, interactive infographic, that lets you see all reblogs across time.
To install, just drag the “Tumble Tree” bookmark from their webiste to your browser’s bookmarks bar. Then, whenever you want to see the reblog tree for any post, click on the bookmark.
Tumblr works from your Tumblr dashboard as well. It takes a lot longer for me to load a tree from the dashboard, especially if it has many notes.
On Tumble Tree, you can save an image of the tree, zoom in and out, and see the names/URLs of rebloggers by hovering your mouse over each node.
You can also see all likes, reblogs, and comments on the post. If the post was featured in a tracked tag, that will show up as well.
The tree links are color-coded by time, from blue (old) to red (new). If the post has been featured in a tracked tag, you can also see the tree color-coded by reblogs before, and after, the post was featured.
At present, Tumble Tree only works with posts that have 5,000 notes or less. Posts with 2,000 notes or less work the best.
Tumble Tree’s Website: http://tumble-tree.tumblr.com/
(tumble tree of a post by silfarione)