Facebook recently added the ability for users to customize which shortcuts appear in the navigation bar when using the Facebook mobile application.Specifically, users can choose to hide specific shortcuts, or prevent certain shortcuts from appearing in the first place.Our guide will show you how this works.Note: These screenshots were captured in the Facebook app on iOS.Step 1: Tap the three horizontal lines in the bottom-right corner of the screen.Step 2: Scroll down and tap “Settings & Privacy.”
Facebook added a new option that allows users to stop notification dots from appearing on the shortcuts in their navigation bars when using its flagship mobile application.Our guide will show you how this works.Note: These screenshots were captured in the Facebook app on iOS.Step 1: Tap the three horizontal lines in the bottom-right corner of the screen.Step 2: Scroll down and tap “Settings & Privacy.”Step 4: Scroll down to the “Notifications” section and tap “Notification Dots.”
By default, Reddit will personalize the advertisements and content you see in an attempt to show you things you may be interested in.However, did you know that you can turn off this personalization?Our guide will show you how this works.Note: These screenshots were captured in the Reddit application on iOS.Step 1: Tap your profile picture in the top-left corner of the screen.Step 3: Under “Advanced,” tap “Personalization Preferences.”
Did you know that Reddit allows you to stop seeing thumbnails as you browse content on its platform?Our guide will show you how to change your “thumbnails” setting in the Reddit mobile application.Note: These screenshots were captured in the Reddit app on iOS.Step 1: Tap your profile picture in the top-left corner of the screen.Step 3: Under “View Options,” tap “Thumbnails.”Step 4: Tap “Never show” to stop seeing thumbnails as you browse the Reddit app.
Instagrammers will be able to authorize or cancel access directly via this screenInstagram is deprecating its Basic Permission, which enables applications to read users’ profile information and media, on March 2, 2020, in favor of its new Basic Display API (application-programming interface).The Facebook-owned photo- and video-sharing network said this marks the last update related to the Graph API migration it initially revealed in August 2017.The Basic Display API will enable third-party apps and websites to provide the option to import photos from Instagram or connect/link to Instagram.Instagram said in a blog post, “Some examples include apps that allow you to easily print your Instagram photos or help you build a website.After connecting your account to a third-party service, you may grant them access to some of your profile information, such as your username and photos.
Did you know that Nextdoor allows you to control the kinds of notifications you receive through emails?Our guide will show you how this works.Note: These screenshots were captured in the Nextdoor application on iOS.Step 1: Tap the three horizontal lines in the bottom-right corner of the screen.Step 2: Scroll down and tap “Settings.”Step 4: Tap “Email notifications.”
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