Showing posts with label Facebook. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Facebook. Show all posts

Monday, 30 December 2013

Remove Tags from Multiple Photos on Facebook Social Media At One Click

Posted by Suhel Sayyad
Remove Tags from Multiple Photos on Facebook Social Media At One Click

It is obvious that many of the users on Facebook Social Media are facing this problem issue of getting tagged by many users on occasion of festivals. Recently, I witnessed this on the day of Christmas and also will continue for this coming New Year. It is but obvious that your friends will tag you in hell lots of photos and you will be in a deadly need of untagging yourself from those unwanted tags on one click.

For the same, every user is searching for how to Remove tag from All Photos in one click, how to untag yourself from all tagged photos on facebook social media. Many user use this feature to get more likes or comments on his or her photo’s. It is also lately used as a part of promotion activity by many experts.

So,  we at are coming up for our readers with this good tutorial on how to untag yourself from all tagged photos. This technique was really helpful for me and surely will benefit our readers.

How to Remove Tags from Multiple Photos on Facebook Social Media At One Click

Step 1: Login to your Facebook account and click on Your Profile Name.

Step 2: Click on “Activity Log” Button which appears at the right bottom corner of your cover photo.

Step 3: Further, Click on Photos >> Photos of You on the Left Vertical Option Menu.

Step 4: Here one should select Album / All photos, and Click on Report/Remove Tags Button.

Above Method can be easily used to remove tags on Photos at Facebook Social Media. This is very trivial but also kept secret, reason mostly facebook user may be don’t know about it.

Hope you like this wonderful Tutorial.

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Wednesday, 21 August 2013

New Updates in Android SDK for Facebook

Posted by Suhel Sayyad
Facebook has updated its Android SDK, and has brought it in line with the feature set it pushed out to its iOS SDK in April. It’s the first update to Facebook’s Android SDK since December’s v3.0 update.

New Updates in Android SDK for Facebook

The new features in Facebook’s Android SDK include:
  • Share Dialog – which makes it easier for developers to build in-app activity sharing to their apps so users don’t have to log in to Facebook to share what they’re doing in the app to the social network. “With one line of code, developers can enable people to skip three extra steps and immediately share to Facebook”
  • Object API – which makes it easier for developers to integrate Open Graph into Android apps. As per iOS, Android developers “can now directly create Open Graph objects, and no longer need to host webpages with Open Graph tags”
  • Redesigned Login UI – again, as with the iOS SDK, the focus in on Facebook loading faster on mobile devices
In addition, Facebook says the Android SDK is also getting a beta feature that lets developers publish and measure “app events” for their apps to build up a clearer picture of mobile ad engagement. This is also apparently already implemented on iOS. “[Android] developers can now measure the aggregate number of times a predefined action was taken within an app, to help developers understand the engagement and ROI coming from mobile ads on Facebook,” it notes in the blog post.

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Friday, 16 August 2013

Google Plus versus Facebook

Posted by Suhel Sayyad

OK, so what is the main difference between Facebook and Google Plus

If there’s one main difference, I’d say it’s this:
  • Facebook focuses on connecting you with your existing friends and your relationships with them.
  • Google Plus helps you build new connections, find interesting people and discover content that can surprise and delight you.
That’s not to say that Facebook can’t help you discover new things, or that Google Plus can’t help you stay in touch with your current friends, far from it. 

Google Plus versus Facebook

Circles in Google Plus

You can make these circles about anything you like: you might have one for family members, one for business colleagues, another one for people that post awesome photographs and another for popular science.
Circles have two major advantages:
  1. You can post your content to one circle, all your circles or to a public feed, so you can control exactly who sees what you post
  2. You control what you see from every circle in your content feed. You might want to see everything that your family posts but only the best posts from the photographers.
That’s all very easy to setup in Google Plus and it will quickly become second nature. This means that you can interact with the people you want to in the way that suits you best.
Google+ Is Good SEO. 
Google rewards the +1s on Google posts with better organic SERP placement. 
Google+ Offers Better Analytics.  
We find the influences numbers in Ripples more insightful than the corresponding Reach metric in Facebook, and the visual guide is more engaging to us than the plain jane bar charts or the far too big CSV download of Facebook analytics. 
Google+ Offers Complete Integration With Other Google Services. 
This includes Maps, Shopping, Wallet, and Drive. 
Google+ is Less Intrusive With Its Ads. 
Because Google+ derives its ad revenue from referral traffic directly into normal Google search, the actual user interface itself is much cleaner and less cluttered than Facebook’s.

Features in Google Plus not available in Facebook

Two of the most exciting features on Google Plus are personalised search and hangouts. 
Personalised Search – As we all know, Google is always working to try and provide the most relevant search results for our questions. One of the best measures for this is what our friends and connection think; after all, if it’s relevant to them, it may well be relevant to us.
Google Plus uses these connections to suggest search results based on what your contacts on Google Plus like. If they have read and liked an article, it may show up higher in your searches on a similar topic when you do a standard search on Google. This means that you get to the information you need more quickly. 
Hangouts – Imagine if you could hold a real-time, virtual meeting with video and audio with a chosen collection of friends, colleagues or others. Google Plus has this functionality built in, through ‘Hangouts’. These are virtual meeting rooms that you just need a microphone and (optionally) a web cam to join and are a great way to discuss common interests. 


From this article, I would like to conclude that Google Plus though looks a bit hectic for starters, it is a social networking carrying good points over Facebook. So all social networking users can jump in for Google Plus at the earliest.
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