Xestionar xogos non-amigos de Facebook e esmagamento dos doces

Como a maioría das cousas na vida, Esmagamento doces É máis divertido con amigos, e canto máis amigos ten, máis emocionante (e cómodo) é! Con todo calquera persoa con unha vida saudable Facebook sabe o quão difícil pode ser ás veces para xestionar o seu vicio cristalizada "doce doce" e manter todos na súa lista de amigos felices. Tampouco axuda que o propio Facebook desexa transmitir todos os seus movementos en liña para calquera estar parado tempo para escoitar. candy crush keep calm Co fin de manter unha aparencia de harmonía pode axudar a estalar un post periódico dicindo algo ao longo das liñas de "Se non quere ver a miña paixón Doces / Farmville / Papa Peares grandiosidade non estar celosa, só xentilmente prema o pequeno guía á dereita do post e bloquea-lo seu comentario de noticias "Ao dicir isto, pero algunhas persoas simplemente quere queixarse! Aquí é unha carreira máis detallada para abaixo sobre a eliminación de notificacións de xogo a partir da súa alimentación que vai deixar todas as aplicacións enteiramente: 1. Click on the little cog in the upper right corner near your name. 2. Prema “Opcións de privacidade” 3. Role para abaixo e buscar “Anuncios, Aplicacións e sitios” a continuación, prema nas palabras “Editar Configuración” na columna da dereita ao lado que. 4. Buscar “Desactivar as apps.” e prema nas palabras “apagar” OR You can hide one game at a time from your newsfeed by using the drop down menu on the right side of any post by that game and choosing “Ocultar todo By_____” OR You can block requests from individual games by selecting “Apps e Xogos” na columna do lado esquerdo da páxina co teu feed de noticias. A continuación, prema no “X” xunto a unha petición do xogo que quere bloquear. Unha caixa co entón aparecen e da liña do medio lerá “Bloque ______” Prema esas palabras. On the other hand though you may not be particularly comfortable broadcasting your online gaming activity, especially if you dare to mix your social and professional profiles. Not everyone is exactly proud of how much time they actually spend on these deliciously addictive games, good news is with a little forethought you can effective hide your addiction whilst still feeding it with the satisfying ‘crunch’ of extra lives, free moves and the ever essential boarding passes!

  • Find your allies! – find friends who are just like you, who play regularly and won’t mind being harassed at all hours of the day or night for that extra life…and admit it, no one wants to wait for boarding passes, attach a message to that baby and smack it on their wall!
  • Make a List! – Use your Facebook smart lists to select who see’s certain posts, when posting anything game related just simply select this list ‘only’ from the drop down tab. Keep your allies happy and haters quiet!
  • Go and make new friends! – If you search them out you will find Facebook groups and pages where like minded people come together, select carefully of course but it’s often a fun way to get to know new people (and gather yummy extra lives & movementos!) I might just point out that smart lists can be great in this instance, add new friends but keep them from seeing too much personal information by managing your privacy settings.

  • If you are utterly terrified of your friends and family finding out your ‘dirty little candy secret’ or can’t be bothered taking elaborate measures to keep everyone happy there is always the option of a ‘fake’ or alter ego profile. Grab a Gmail or Hotmail address and set up a new Facebook page to be used exclusively for gaming and competitions, the benefit of this is you can plaster your page with whatever game related posts you like, add as many ‘randoms’ as you pleaseoh and you can also send your self (your real self) lives and passes!


  • Or just keep it quiet, ticker is a bit of a pain, but a lot of what people see is automatically posted by the game. If you go into you privacy settings you will find a page dedicated to App security, it will most probably list a series of apps that have permission to post on your behalf, you can’t change this but you can change the audience from public, friends, lists (‘gamersonly) or in my case It’s for my eyes only, no one needs to know how much I play except me ..that’s our little secret!



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