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That's part of the stock exchange search feature. Or "cashtags". When you include a dollar sign followed by the stock ID it will take you to a search page that shows you related Tweets about the company for that ticker symbol. Now you can click on ticker symbols like $GE on http://twitter.com to see search results about stocks and companies ...


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Tagging is available only if you upload the video directly to Facebook—if you share the link, the video is fetched from YouTube, not Facebook so you can't tag them. Might I suggest dropping a comment and doing an @Mention?


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If you post to "Friends" or more (including "Friends of Friends" or "Public"), then the friends of the people that are tagged will also be able to see, like, and comment on your post. When I tag someone in a photo or post, who can see it? When you tag someone, it may be visible to: The audience you selected for your post. Friends of the ...


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That feature only decides if the tagged post or picture is going to appear on your timeline or not. It does not remove your tag if you disapprove it.


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Tags on Letterboxd are primarily for your own use, although they are also visible and searchable by others. Tags added to a film by you are not added to the film for other users, so they're more useful for you to categorize films for your own use, where or with whom you saw the film, etc. (Separate views of a film by you can have different tags too, for ...


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Previously, Facebook used to edit status but not comments. And the recent updates in Facebook is - you cant edit status but you can edit your comment. :) Now, what you can do is - Post a comment on your status and type '@' and then start typing the name of that person. It will automatically show you the list of related names. Then you can select the name to ...


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You have to be the admin of the page to be able to tag it. One work around is to type the complete name of the Company while adding the tag. Even when no match is showing up, press enter. The Company would be tagged but there would be no link to any page when we click on the Tag.


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Admin (or any other person) can tag anyone who has participated in a discussion regardless of their connection status with the person being referenced. On the other hand, Pages (a person using Facebook as a Page) can tag only other Pages or Groups (i.e. non-person entities).


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If you can't see the tag, then it's possible that the tag has already been removed by the original tagger, so when you try to visit the photo, you won't find it. I'm not 100% sure on this though. The best way to remove this tag is to click through email notification to the photo itself. If you see your name on the right hand side in the photo details, you ...


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When I have an inbox that I need to take care of regularly (Facebook, StackOverflow, physical mailbox) I make a recurring task to check and clear out that inbox. So you could as a workaround make a task in your normal to-do list to "Answer Facebook messages" every day or week, and answer them all then. You could also use Quicksilver to create a custom ...


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The steps may be a little different now. Be on your page and then Edit Settings>Tagging Ability and check the box to allow others to tag photos posted


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No, there is no known functionality (for now) which allows you to edit your status and who you're with (that's the name for tagging someone in a status). You can, anyway, add a location or change the date. As Anusha suggested, you can do that in the comments by tagging a friend. Type @Foo to tag your friend Foo.


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This is only a partial solution, but if you use the Replace Text extension you can globally add categories based on specific text. Of course, the categorisation text would then appear wherever the statistically unlikely phrase was located: you find, "statistically unlikely phrase" you replace it with: "statistically unlikely phrase + category"


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You could use the "FB Purity" browser extension's Custom Text Filter to accomplish this task. First get FB Purity here: http://fbpurity.com Then setup a custom text filter. if the guys name was "joe bloggs" then you would add a custom text filter of "Joe Bloggs was tagged in" though you need to leave the quotes out and that will filter out any posts ...


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You need to know their Profile ID. If you go to their profile page you will see it in the URL. Look for the part in the web address that contains the following: id= An example: m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=XYZ If they have a custom name, then go to http://graph.facebook.com/username replacing username with their custom name. It will return something ...


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You can control who you share with when posting each item separately. This is done through a dropdown list, as in this image: Alternatively, if you want to change the default setting of who you share with, you can do so from your Privacy Settings screen. It is accessed from the top right corner, near your profile name. Selecting Friends in any of the ...


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This isn't going to be the answer you'd like to here but sadly no. It's not possible. That setting only works going forward so you'll need to sort out your old tags manually.


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Click "Share" under the video on YouTube then click on the Facebook icon—a little window should come up. In that window, there is a small box that says "Whats on your mind"; in it type @friends name. For example @candice ramkissoon.


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I dont think you can. Only friends can tag you in Photos. Some Facebook applications which your friends use tag you in photos . I dont think there is a way yet on Facebook. Please contact Facbook.


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It's not web-based but perhaps "Virtual Folders" would help? See the Windows section of the Wikipedia article.


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Look at Google Docs. You can create a normal folder structure on it, but can include a file in multiple directories by using "Organize". It will show up in all the directories you check off.



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