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Twitter is embarking on a mass cull of inactive users. The cull is set to begin on December 11, 2019, so if you haven’t signed into Twitter lately, you should do so right now. Unless you’re happy for Twitter to permanently delete your account. Twitter Wants to Cull All Inactive Accounts This cull is happening
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Don’t assume that everyone who’s on LinkedIn is as professional as you. Because LinkedIn has its fair share of self-promoters, scammers, and bullies. Thankfully, all you need to do is block them. So in this article we’ll show you how to block someone on LinkedIn. Why You Should Block Someone on LinkedIn There are always
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Social networking can be a wonderful thing, but it can also a breeding ground for bullies. It’s one of the many reasons to hide your social media profiles. If you’re dealing with social media bullying and/or harassment, or just want to hide your social media profiles for another reason, we’re here to help. In this
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Advertisement Having the right meme for every moment is an art, especially for reactions. And confused memes are one of the most popular types of reaction memes online. These allow you to express confusion or highlight confusing situations in a funny way. Let’s take a look at the best confused memes on the web today.
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If you’re active on Twitter you now have the ability to hide replies to your tweets. This has to be done on an individual basis, but it means you can hide any replies you personally find to be disagreeable. Which, given that this is Twitter, probably adds up to quite a few. In July 2019,
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Twitter on Thursday began letting users “hide” tweeted replies that could be seen as abusive or harassing in the latest effort by the online platform to create a more welcoming environment. The move is part of an effort to help users “feel safe and comfortable while talking on Twitter,” head of product management Suzanne Xie
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With the government accusing WhatsApp of not informing it on time and with details that personal data of Indians was compromised by a spyware, a spokesperson for the Facebook-owned instant messaging app said it regrets that it did not meet the “Governments expectations for proactive engagement on these issues.” The Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In)
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Whether you already have a LinkedIn Premium subscription or are considering signing up for a subscription, it’s important to know how to cancel LinkedIn Premium. This is because while LinkedIn Premium is an useful tool, you may find it’s not for you. Especially if you have settled into a job and have no intention of
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Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple defended their business practices in responses to detailed questions by lawmakers conducting an inquiry into antitrust issues in the tech sector. The answers, released Tuesday by the House subcommittee overseeing the probe, come as antitrust scrutiny of the companies has escalated rapidly, with federal and state enforcers opening formal investigations
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When searching for a job, at some point you’ll need to contact the company you want to work for. And that may mean you need to message recruiters on LinkedIn. This can be a nerve-wracking experience, especially if you’re not used to doing it. However, using LinkedIn’s “InMail” service is actually easier than you might
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Spotify has announced that users who listen to music on a Google Assistant-powered device can now get music recommendations via simple voice command. Additionally, Spotify has also revealed that its podcast recommendation feature is also now live. Spotify will rely on algorithms to analyse the listening habits of users and will then curate a list
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A photos-only mode for Facebook’s mobile application is under testing and it would let users see algorithmically suggested photos in a feed similar to its photo sharing platform Instagram. The feature, named “Popular Photos”, affixes an endless scroll of algorithmically selected images from friends beneath the full-screen view of a photo opened from the News
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For a seamless way to message your family and friends, you need the free chat apps available across multiple platforms. Ideally, on both mobile and desktop. So, what free cross-platform chat apps should you download? And what are the best instant messaging apps available today? Keep reading to find out. 1. WhatsApp [embedded content] Despite
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While you can browse Instagram on your desktop or laptop, the website doesn’t offer a way to upload photos to Instagram. Because Instagram is a mobile-focused service, it wants you to upload your photos through the mobile apps. However, there is a workaround which lets you post to Instagram with Chrome. Here’s how it works.
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WhatsApp for Android has received a new beta version that brings the redesigned Facebook footer. The instant messaging app is also said to be in development to bring the anticipated Dark Theme, but it’s not yet visible publicly. Separately, an updated WhatsApp for iPhone version has been reported online that features the Dark Theme. WhatsApp
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Instagram isn’t just about photos and videos. The social network also allows you to communicate with family and friends using Instagram DMs. Instagram DMs are a private chat function primarily accessible through the smartphone app. And here’s everything you need to know about Instagram DMs. How Can I Send and Receive DMs on Instagram? It’s
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TikTok, the popular music-video app, is building up its fledgling lobbying operations to counter stepped-up pressure in Washington over its Chinese ownership and wage an escalating battle with Facebook for viewers. The company, which registered its first lobbyist in June, is seeking to add a US policy chief, plans to further expand its internal policy staff
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Twitter is launching a new feature called Topics. As the name suggests, these are topics you can follow in order to see tweets about those subject matters. Which could help you see tweets that interest you and people who share similar interests to you. The Problem With Following People on Twitter Twitter isn’t the easiest
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