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Has anyone used QueuePlus?

Discussion in 'Tumblr' started by Julie Chang, Dec 31, 2016.

  1. Julie Chang

    Julie Chang Newbie

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    Hi everybody i'm excited to be here, your forum and the knowledge it offers is amazing!
    I need a image scraper and something to schedule posts for Tumble. I have followliker (tumblr version) but was also thinking of using QueuePlus in conjunction with it but have read poor reviews about it. Apparently it no longer works anymore.

    Could somebody recommend something similar to QueuePlus or point me in the right direction? I just need a way of scraping several thousand images and an ability to schedule those images for tumblr. Thank you!

    PS. I don't want to use followliker to schedule posts
     
  2. WMEagle69

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    qplus support has stopped responding to their users, i use [ bboostr ] these days to que reblogs and follow/unfollow users
     
  3. Julie Chang

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    Thanks bro, will look into that.
     
  4. fartopticon

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    q+ still works, been using it since June 2016, and have around 3 million posts queued over 41 tumblrs. service is slow sometimes, and the devs never respond to any questions, but I also haven't needed to talk to them about anything. for $3 a month it makes me about $50 a month on autopilot, so its worth it. i know i can do better tho

    bbooster looks like a worthy replacement as it has follow options, i'm going to be looking into it today.
     
  5. Julie Chang

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    I tried q+ and I liked it. However, I also tried bbooster. Both are excellent, however I went with bbooster in the end. bbooster is is a little buggy, but if you can get over that then I highly recommend them. The devs respond to every enquiry I made due to the hiccups their system was having (they resolved the problems in the end, bad coding I guess). Anyway, bbooster gave me a "lifetime" coupon to resolve the issue and now I use them and dont pay anything. Cant complaint really!
     
  6. fartopticon

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    after a few days with bboostr, i still prefer q+ - far easier to queue up posts with archive poster, the system is less buggy, and it does what i need it to do faster and more effectively. the only benefit bboostr has is the feature to unfollow people who don't follow you back, but that's slow and imacros doesn't play nice with it.

    i'll stick with q+ until i can afford tumblrjazz or one of the other bots.
     
  7. LazzyJazzy

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    I haven't tried bbooster but Q+ has some pretty nice features that don't get a lot of attention like being able to copy over queues and being able to share queues by giving the link to the queues' "activity"

    So let's say you queue 3,000 posts queued per blog from 20 different blogs. You can then copy down the URLs and automate additional blogs in the same niche for years in a matter of minutes by just copying over the queues. You could even share those queues with other Q+ users provided you trust them. ( they can move or delete the queue this way, but you could always first copy the queue over to a dummy account before sharing.)
     
  8. Julie Chang

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    Thanks Lazzy, I'll try this out
     
  9. LazzyJazzy

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    Sooo everyone else getting "please wait 30 seconds and try again" every time they try and queue in the upper hundreds? I managed to queue 350 once, but otherwise anything above 50 or so just shows this message over and over again.

    It's been happening for a few days.
     
  10. bljadrunner

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    Happens to me only when i quick select photos and the archive poster is still marking photos which are loading, when the number stops at 150 (example) then i can direct them to q+.
     
  11. LazzyJazzy

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    yeah, sometimes if it is still counting up the number of posts I can try again and it will work, but past 200-300 posts it keeps locking up completely. It's a little bit random, sometimes the lock out happens at 350, sometimes 200, sometimes 100, and one time since this started I managed to get about 600 posts to queue at once, but anything above 300 the lock out becomes really common. No matter how many posts you remove or how long you wait it will always just say "please wait 30 seconds." Until you give up and reload the page losing all the posts you queued.

    This has really slowed down the ability to automate blogs quickly for very long periods of time. Before I could load up the archive, scroll through the whole blog and queue up at least 3000 posts in one go, then move on to the next blog and do the same thing. Now to get 3000 I would have to carefully select about 300 posts, queue, carefully select the next 300, queue, and keep doing that 10 times all the while hoping I don't get the "please wait" lock out again. It used to be really simple, and now it's a whole big process.