The personal data, gathered, of each of us is powerful but huge. Greater than the sum of its parts, it's mighty and magnificent - but we know that sometimes you just want to gather some related parts together to be viewed as one small whole. And, as ever, your wish is our command. #1 reason … Continue reading 50% off digi.me: Collections are the #5 (of 12) reasons to love us!
Digi.me has just got even better, with the launch of a new version that introduces some exciting updates while keeping all of the other brilliant features you already know and love. The story of you can now be even more complete, as the new version (7.0.8 for those of you keeping track) now syncs with … Continue reading Latest digi.me update includes Flickr support
With the constant rush to always find and post about the next big adventure to keep up with those around us, we risk devaluing and forgetting the past, as well as accidentally archiving our own precious memories. Are you following the mass exodus overseas or to the coast to make the most of the summer … Continue reading Don’t forget your memories this summer
When we share updates on Facebook we hope that our friends will like them. But which update has had the highest number of likes since you started your Facebook account? We have a simple way for you to find out what your most liked content is. Just follow these simple steps: Step 1. Step 2. … Continue reading Friday Fun: A Likeable One
When we talk about our Twitter and Facebook updates we often see patterns to our behavior and the behavior of those we follow and friend. How often do you see the same news from different people on your timelines? Are you one of those people who shares content from websites or are you someone who … Continue reading Curate or Create? Which do you do?
One of our lovely Twitter followers yesterday asked about whether our tool enabled you to capture your Facebook Page content. The quick and easy answer to the question is yes of course and yes this does include the comments on each post as well as images. How do I do that? The answer here is … Continue reading How to Capture Your Facebook Page Content Using Digi Me
Facebook has once again made changes to its News Feed algorithm, this time in an attempt to show content based upon its relevancy events that might be happening in real-time. As a result of the feedback Facebook has received from users about the presence of days old posts in their News Feeds, the social network has … Continue reading Changes To Facebook News Feed – Out With The Old, In With The New