Author: Stan Profy
Youtube is one of the most popular platforms out there, yet its usability and privacy settings leave much to be desired. One of the most popular questions out there is: how do I change my name on Youtube comments? It’s a valid question. Youtube comments are public, so people can find them by searching for…
Here’s how to create a Facebook poll on your newsfeed, Facebook page, group, event, messenger and a story. And here’s how to add a poll using a Facebook page.
How to take a screenshot on Instagram? Does Instagram notify the creator when you screenshot a post, s story or DM?How to post a screenshot on Instagram story? Will my Instagram captures infringe on others’ copyrights? Let’s find out!
We have access to so much information that it may be hard to concentrate on one source. Therefore many people find it hard to concentrate on reading. How to focus on reading? Here are five free checklists to help
How to mark all emails as read in Gmail. Is it possible to do that using Gmail mobile app? How to automate marking emails as read? Here are all the answers!
Here’s how to clear your reading list is Safari (Mac), iPhone, iPad, Facebook, Amazon Kindle and Microsoft Edge
Goodreads allows users to decide what to read next and share book reflections. But is there Goodreads for movies helping you find movies to watch when you’re bored?
How add footnotes in Google Docs? How to add and edit footnotes using Google Docs mobile app? Here’s everything you should know about Google Docs footnote formatting
With our busy life style, getting into a habit of reading daily is extremely hard. How to get back into reading and find your reading motivation? Here are a few ideas that work for all personality types
Whether for personal use or to organize your kids’ / children’s reading, you’ll be able to find a reading log template for your needs here. It is easy download or save any book log to fill in at your own pace.
How to remove yourself from a twitter list? There’s no default way for that meaning that Twitter engineers didn’t quite think this through when creating the feature. But there’s a workaround…