Are you interested enough in a post in your time line, that you’d like to be notified of any new activity? To turn on notifications, click the down pointing arrow head above the post top right and select ‘Turn on notifications’. You’ll get a notification whenever someone comments on this post. If you want to […]
Want to format your font when posting in Google+? Try the techniques listed below… Bold a word or sentence with astericks: *bold* Italicize with underscores: _italics_ Strikethrough something with hypens: -strikethrough-
Facebook Page Admins: Likers\followers can opt-in to receive notifications whenever your page makes a post – like they receive notifications when a friend comments on their status or invites them to an event. For Likers to Activate Notifications for a Page: 1.Navigate to a Page. 2.“Like” the Page and continue hovering over the “Like” button […]
To create a copy of the data you’ve put on Facebook, click the cog icon at the top right of your profile page. Select Account Settings. At the bottom of this page locate Download a copy of your Facebook data. Click Start My Archive. A pop up notification will advise that it could take some time. […]
Want to be available to chat to only some of your friends in Facebook? Click bottom right of your profile page in the Chat pane – Options (looks like a cog). Select Advanced Settings. Select the option ‘Turn on chat for only some friends…’ and either type in friend’s names and\or type in friend’s lists.
Facebook Pages: Moderate profanity.• Go to ‘Edit page’ at the top right hand side.• Select ‘Manage Permissions’• In ‘Moderation blocklist’ you have the ability to type in words (separated by commas) that can be blocked from appearing on your wall. Underneath you can also set your ‘Profanity blocklist’ options. You can choose either ‘None’, ‘Medium’ […]
Hashtags are Twitter’s equivalent of bookmarking. By attaching a hashtag (#) to the front of a word or phrase, you make it easy for other users to find your tweet.
Have you noticed the new Groups feature…? A tick mark is now above the comments with the number who have seen the post. Hovering should show who exactly – though I’m having trouble with that!
Calendar view is gradually rolling out to all Facebook users. You can check it out by going to your Events page on Facebook and then clicking the “Calendar” tab on the top left side of the screen
Click Edit page Select Admin Roles Click Manager below the name to select a different role. Click Save To confim the change you’ll need to enter your password.