National Social Media Day

National Social Media Day

Facebook

Free video calls – The Facebook Messenger app allows you to make free video calls, both from your smartphone and from a desktop browser. Just open a regular chat window and click on the little camera icon at the top to start a call.

See First – It’s easy to miss important posts from friends, and sometimes it can seem like your news feed puts the least interesting posts at the top. ‘See First’ allows you to choose whose posts you want to see at the top of your news feed. Just open your news feed preferences to find the priority settings.

Have you visited the Morses Club Facebook page yet? Find it here.

Twitter

Pin a tweet – You can select any of your tweets to pin at the top of your profile, meaning it will stay there permanently until you unpin it or choose another tweet. It’s a good way to show off your most successful tweet, or something that sums up your profile.

Night mode – On your Twitter mobile app, tap your profile picture to find the night mode setting. This darkens all the colours of the app, making it easier to read in dim light. It also has the advantage of using less battery power.

Instagram

Send to select people – There’s an option on Instagram to send a picture only to a few specific people. Just select ‘Direct’ on the share page and you can choose up to 15 people to send your photo to.

Tag your friends – We’re used to tagging friends on Facebook pictures, but did you know you can do the same in Instagram? Just tap someone in a picture you’re uploading to type in their username and tag them.

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