This week the new Google+ launched, with a snappier interface, redesigned profiles and simplified features. The new Google+ is “focused around interests” with an emphasis on Collections and Communities. It’s still a work in progress, and you can opt in (and back out) on the web by simply clicking a link.
In honor of Friends Day, we've recalculated the classic 'Six degrees of separation' statistic for everyone who uses Facebook and determined that the number is actually 3.57. Each person in the world (at least among the 1.55 billion people active on Facebook) is connected to every other person by an average of three and a half steps.
Starting this week, you can quickly and easily switch between multiple accounts on Instagram!
Go to your profile settings to add an additional account. From there, tap your username at the top of your profile to switch between accounts. Once you have multiple accounts added, you’ll see your profile photo appear in places throughout the app so you can always tell which one you’re using at the moment.
To learn more, check out the Instagram Help Center.
Account switching will be available as part of Instagram version 7.15 for iOS and Android.
The images for your blog are stored in a special photo album for your blog in your Google account. The default privacy setting is that "anyone with a link" can access the blog album. The album is not visible to the public.
The new Google Photos is a great way to keep your precious images safe and free up space on your mobile device or computer. I created this tutorial based on the questions from the Google Photos Help Forum and Google+ Help Community.
You'll learn how to:
Delete / download photos from the cloud or the back up
Delete / download photos from albums
Delete / download albums
Delete / download device copy from Android Camera folder
Delete / restore photos from Trash
Empty the Trash
Jaana Nyström's insight:
I hope my tutorial will help you to manage your pics on Google Photos!
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Distributing your curated content through a newsletter is a great way to nurture and engage your email subscribers will developing your traffic and visibility.
Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.