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#470 Padlet Catscan: Digitise your sticky notes

The Padlet app has a funky new beta feature called Catscan. Catscan converts your sticky notes or paper notes into a digital format and posts them to a Padlet board. It’s a great way to share ideas gathered in hard-copy. Why not have a play? At present this feature is only available in the Padlet… Continue reading #470 Padlet Catscan: Digitise your sticky notes

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#468 Padlet back chat

The back channel board in Padlet is a really easy way to facilitate group working. It enables you to quickly set up a shared space where people can share ideas, links, documents, photos and a whole heap of things.  It’s super easy to set up, you’ll get going in a jiffy! Once your board has… Continue reading #468 Padlet back chat

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#460 Gurushots: The Photography Game – Voting and Ranking [2/3]

In this second of three posts about GuruShots (catch the first one by clicking here) we take you through the process of voting and increasing your exposure level to other photographers. Essentially you submit one or more of your own photographs (depending on the challenge) into a photographic challenge and other members of Gurushots vote… Continue reading #460 Gurushots: The Photography Game – Voting and Ranking [2/3]

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#450 Instagram: Following and liking posts [3/3]

In this final series of looking at Instagram i’ll take you through the process of following topics, liking and commenting upon posts. Following hashtags or people means that their posts will appear on your timeline. Image by Max Pixel is CC0

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#449 Beautiful story telling with Shorthand Social

Shorthand Social is a free to use storytelling tool, which integrates into your Twitter account. You can create beautifully, visual stories using text, images and video. Each section is translated into a tweet to help promote your story, and the whole thing can be turned into a visual link to embed into a blog.  Give… Continue reading #449 Beautiful story telling with Shorthand Social

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#448 Mimic Mobile in a Browser

In this post we will look at how you can mimic a mobile experience within a browser. In this example we will look at Instagram. If you’ve accessed Instagram via a web browser you may have noticed you would not normally be able to post and can only post from a mobile device. Here are… Continue reading #448 Mimic Mobile in a Browser

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#447 Instagram: Adding a post [2/3]

Following on from the last Instagram post which can be found here, we’ll go through the process of adding your own post. This assumes that you are using your mobile device with the Instagram app already installed. The third and final Instagram post will show you how to like and follow other instagram accounts. image… Continue reading #447 Instagram: Adding a post [2/3]