I got tons and tons of requests to do something similar for Facebook. So after many hours of scouring and testing. I’m happy to bring you my favorite tricks for Facebook. Let’s get right into it.
#1 Blink the bee.
Is essentially a bot that you can message on Facebook. And it will automatically keep track of certain things you want to remember. So anytime something important pops into your head.
For example: I want to remember to pick up my passport on the way to the airport simply send a message to blink. And then at some point in time that you’ve agreed with the bot. It’ll send your Facebook message containing the information you tore it to save. And because you’re receiving this notification in the form of a Facebook message.
There’s obvious thing about it that just catches you off-guard a bit. It demands attention in a way that a standard notification app might not.
This is something you can download on your smart phone and it’s a way to send real-life emojis. after taking a whole series of selfies to express the different moods you want to save, you can then autumn eyes the process.
So if you ever wanted to send somebody a little bit more of a personalized thumbs up, or a little bit more of a personalized sad face. Then this just makes the process a bit more efficient. You could argue that kind of take the whole point of a personal touch away. But then at the same time from my experience people are rather surprised in a good way by this.
#3: Football game
Did you know that hidden within the Facebook Messenger application for your smartphone, there is a little football game you can play.
All you need to do is to head on to your emojis in your keyboard, send over the football. And then when you see it in the chat double tap i.t the game just simply pops up.
The objective is to essentially keep hitting the ball and prevent it from falling through. At its core it’s a very basic game but at the same time the fact that it’s integrated within the Facebook Messenger app. Means you can find yourself having these quite competitive battles with people you wouldn’t normally get the opportunity to game with.
#4. Coloured status
Not too long ago Facebook as she gave users the option to change the background color of their statuses. So once you have finished typing simply click the little button below. And pick the gradient that you want to go with your status.
And all of a sudden it really catches the eye. It’s going to get more impressions more than likely more engagement as well.
So we really like emojis. But did you know that both in the mobile application and the online webpage. There a very quick code to type to be able to instantly recall a lot of the more popular emojis.
A link if you are the interesting ones in the description below.
#5. Simple Pro
So if you have an Android phone, using the Simple Pro application is a way to have access to Facebook.
But at the same time saving battery data as well as storage. It is an extremely light application that recreates the entire functionality of Facebook as well as integrating the messaging function. So you don’t need to have a separate application for that.
It integrates some pretty slick animations and still gives you access to all these standard settings and controls. That you would have on the mobile app.
The only downside here is that it’s probably only about 80% as fast as the native application. But considering the amount of saving you in terms of battery data and storage for the most part it’s definitely worth it.
#6. Photos liked by me
Then we thought something for the nausea ones among us by typing in photos liked by me.
You could go on photos like by me and see all of the past photos you’ve liked. The more important spin-off effect of this. As you can see photos liked by other people.
So for example: someone you’re trying to stalk .this gives you a much better idea of the Activity Feed than simply visiting their profile.
Something which I see a surprisingly few number of people actually using is sound clips.
This is made by Facebook themselves and it is more or less the best way of sending across pre-recorded voice messages.
The app contains everything from animal noises to music to people saying goodnight. also doesn’t add anything close to what I’d call
essential functionality. it’s nonetheless a good way to spice up a conversation.
So guys I really hope you enjoy this post as always I’ve got tons more stuff like this.