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If the user is in the same organization as you and the board is part of that organization, you can automatically add them to the board: Click the Add Members button and they will be listed under the current members section. Click a user and select Add to board. They will get added immediately, without going through the email / accept process. There's ...
S.gfx is right. Except that anyone who has a gmail account actually has a Blogger account - most of them just don't know it. I'm not sure if any product will be able to give Kit what s/he's looking for though: the aim is to let anyone log on using the existing email account details (name and password) that they have. This would mean that the blogging ...
If your family and friends have gmail accounts, in Blogger.com I think you can configurate it as you say, go to Settings -> Permissions , set "Who can view this blog?" to "Only people I choose". And add the gmails. You can setup many other things, blogger admin gives quite some options. They wont need to setup a new blogger account.
When a person with admin privileges for a given page access the "Build Audience" menu in the Admin Panel: the "Invite Friends..." item should allow him to invite only friends (of that admin). He should not have been able to invite you this way, if you are not a direct friend. the "Invite Email Contacts..." item should allow him to invite anyone for which ...
In web browser click on board you want to invite someone to. On the top right side click on Add members. Another input will appear where you put in email address of the person. The person will receive an email invitation and will have to sign up. After that you can change permission of members by clicking on their image (top right side).
At this point I do not think it is possible to invite a page to like your page. However there is a way to contact the owner of that page and ask him. You should be able to view the contact information if you go to the about section of the page, or you can simply send the owner a message on the homepage of this specific page.
If I'm not missing something, before logging-in (registering) to Facebook, you was able to see that person's profile photo only and no other data or details. Am I right. Situation, you're describing may be possibly coming from the fact, that anyone's Facebook profile photo is always public, no matter what. So, the person, that invited you to Facebook may ...
OpenID is a login service specification and does not specify anything about contacts. You're trying to use the wrong tool here. Longer explanation: OpenID is used to identificate the user When the user's identity is confirmed, Google logs you into Gmail Once you are logged into gmail, you can fetch the user's contacts As you see, OpenID has nothing to ...
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