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How to Find Your New Twitter Profile

Last week, Twitter released their newest redesign which moved features around. The most notable change was the relocation of he profile tab. This tip will go over how to find your new profile. 1. Open the Twitter app 2. Tap your avatar in the upper left corner of the screen. 3. Tap "Profile". Check out more about the Twitter redesign here....

Creating a Bio on Facebook

In a recent update, Facebook added the "Intro" feature. Adding an Intro on Facebook allows users who look at your Facebook to get a brief description of you. Here's how to add one to your profile: 1. Click your name in Facebook's navigation bar. Facebook Navigation bar. 2. Click the plus icon under "Intro". Clicking the plus icon will allow you to add your Intro....

Twitter Shorthand/Lingo and What It Means

Famous for its 140-character limit, Twitter is known as the world's best microblogging site. With such few characters, users are inventive with their shorthand to convey content. Here's a short guide to help navigate Twitterverse. Tweet: Tweets are the posts you make on Twitter. Tweets can contain up to 140-characters including letters, punctuation, and emojis. All tweets are public unless they are sent as Direct Messages to other Twitter users, or sent from a "protected" account. Example: That was a...

Tightening up Security on Facebook

As the use of social media in all aspects of life increases (academics, politics, business, etc.), the boundaries of what constitutes a "professional relationship" are constantly evolving. Here are some tips to make sure that you Facebook posts and profile are private. For Facebook posts: Facebook allows you to change the privacy settings on each individual post. To ensure that only your Facebook friends see the post, make sure the privacy of posts is at the "Friends" setting and not...

Utilizing Group Twitter Messages

Everyone is on their phone, or in the presence of their phone, for most of the day. Even with this steady proximity to technology, not many people check their emails regularly. 1. Go to your Twitter homepage and click Messages. 2. Type in the name of the people you would like to add to the message. 3. Click "Next" and type your message....