Today’s question is “What the heck happened to Introductions on LinkedIn?!?” It seems that in the redesign of its messages functionality, LinkedIn broke introductions.
The file you get has all of your connections, but the data only contains basic contact information. There is no specific LinkedIn information, like the date you connected or profile web links.
There are two main steps to do this: create the code on the LinkedIn developer site, and then copy that code into a WordPress text widget.
Facebook has more privacy options than controls in a modern airplane. Fortunately, they have a “View Profile As” tool that helps.
As a way to keep up with Facebook, Twitter has added automatic playback of videos. Let me show you how to disable this new feature.
Facebook plays video content automatically as you scroll through the timeline. It certainly grabs your attention, but let me show you how to turn off the automatic playback of videos.
You probably have a friend or four that likes to “Tag” you in his Facebook posts. Facebook doesn’t let you disable tagging, but it does give you a “Tag Review” tool.
Have you ever seen a message from LinkedIn saying that a person has been viewing your profile? LinkedIn “informs” people when others view their profile, which is so helpful, and perhaps a little bit creepy.
Whenever Apple updates the software for the iPhone, I get people asking me whether they should update, and if so, when. Here’s my general rule.
What if you want to take back a LinkedIn connection request, perhaps from a careless click or you are just having second thoughts about the relationship. In the top toolbar, click the “Envelope”…