To “go offline” (not available to chat to anyone): To go back online at any time and show your friends your available to chat, click the “Chat (Offline)” bar in the lower right:…then click the hyperlinked “available:”You can easily display the fact you’re online and available to chat with only certain friends. First, you’ll need to have Friend Lists set up (see #4 below). Or, try the nifty Circle Hack app, created to emulate the Google circles! Circle Hack is a really easy way to segment your Facebook friends – you don’t have to put everyone in a list, maybe just specific friends then leave others as they are.
(The Circle Hack app is not affiliated with Facebook.) click “Hide Sidebar.”At some point in the past few months, since Facebook has been rolling out the new Messages (email) product, you may have been taken aback to find a conversation history from a long time ago suddenly show up when emailing a friend.
The new Messages product is fully integrated with your email, chat and texting (if you use it).
So, let’s say you have a chat with a friend and then wish to delete that conversation.
The concept is so simple you’ll kick yourself that you didn’t think of it first: It collates other users who fall within your specified age range and are within a certain distance of your location, letting you know if you have friends in common on Facebook.
You then decide whether or not you like the look of a person based on their profile picture and description.
I appreciate there are great benefits to being able to live chat anytime, but for me I like to limit my instant availability and stay focused. )There are now several changes to the way you use Facebook chat and edit your settings: Facebook states, “The sidebar is sensitive to the amount of free space you have on your screen, so it only appears if there’s enough room for it.If you don’t see the sidebar, just click Chat in the bottom right corner of your screen, which shows the same list of friends you’ll find in your sidebar.”To chat with any friend in the new sidebar, click on their name and the chat window opens up.You’ll know when a friend is available to chat depending on the icon next to their name: Even if friends aren’t available to chat, you can still send them a message and they can read it later.After the phenomenal success of Tinder, there are plenty of new developers quickly programming their own spin on tech-based courtship.So whether you’re looking for a quick tryst or your next big relationship, there are plenty of great downloads to ease you into the world of smartphone dating - and we've rounded up eleven of the best. Tinder The grassroots app that took the dating world by storm is still a firm favourite for singletons - despite the fact developers introduced a ‘pay for unlimited swipes’ catch to the previously free app earlier this year.
The dating monolith’s app has, basically, all the functions of their website in mobile form, including building your profile, checking out and rating other profiles and answering personality quizzes - the more of them you answer, the more likely it is you will find a match. The app takes the pain out of scrolling through each profile and instead lets you ‘like’ potential partners in bulk.