Easy wins: hit refresh and archive your social media history

1/28/2022 10:23:00 PM

Easy wins: hit refresh and archive your social media history

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Easy wins: hit refresh and archive your social media history

Rather not have all your pictures, posts and log-in details on the internet for eternity? It takes just a few minutes to download and delete

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Archiving and erasing your digital presence is a simple, one-and-done addition to your life admin to-do list.Thu 27 Jan 2022 16.Thu 27 Jan 2022 16.The men's semi-finals of the Australian Open have come to a close, with Daniil Medvedev set to play Rafael Nadal.

Archiving and erasing your digital presence is a simple, one-and-done addition to your life admin to-do list. Fri 28 Jan 2022 19.32 GMT I f, like me, you have a habit of buying clothes that don’t actually fit you but can’t resist trousers blessed with a wonderful pattern or a blazer with excellent buttons, you need a tailor.00 GMT Last modified on Fri 28 Jan 2022 19. Or if, like me, you prefer to buy vintage or secondhand over modern fast fashion for environmental reasons, you need a tailor to make everyone else’s old clothes newly yours.02 GMT Today it is easy to immortalise ourselves by accident. While tailoring might seem like an extravagance, it is a small outlay when compared to the financial and environmental costs of buying new clothes every time something no longer fits. It simply takes existing online. Rafael Nadal has already booked his place in the final after dispatching Wimbledon finalist Matteo Berrettini in four sets under a closed roof and heavy rain.

The cloud, which holds our photos and status updates (among other more ominous metadata ), seems omniscient and constant. A friend of mine now swears by getting her clothes taken out after having gained weight during lockdown. A friend of mine now swears by getting her clothes taken out after having gained weight during lockdown. But what if we begin to feel uncomfortable about the footprints we’ve left across it? What if we would rather not leave years of holiday albums, new car and partner announcements, thoughtless opinion dumps and drunk timeline photos on the internet for anyone to see until the end of time? Following Facebook’s move in 2010 , online spaces and social networks such as Google and Twitter have begun introducing native archive tools to their platforms. By enabling you to download a copy of your site history, archive tools help manage your digital presence without erasing it entirely. Most alteration shops are accessibly priced, with most changes falling somewhere under $50. Different platforms offer different archive and download processes. The most expensive alterations will involve specific fabrics, like silks, or dresses, particularly anything with a pleat. Facebook makes archiving relatively easy . Your local shopping centres and suburbs will likely have a dry cleaner who will also offer an alteration service." “I feel very lucky that I won once in 2009 but I never thought about another chance in 2022.

While logged into your account, start by finding the down-facing arrow in the top right corner of the screen and click “Settings”. This will take you to a page with sub-buttons listed on the left-hand side. It might take some trial and error to find a regular tailor you trust, but generally anyone can get a new hem right, so it is a place to start. It might take some trial and error to find a regular tailor you trust, but generally anyone can get a new hem right, so it is a place to start. There, find and click “Your Facebook information”. Read more Among options to view your Facebook browsing history, temporarily deactivate or permanently delete your account, is a subsection that reads: “Download your information. The best tailor I have found so far was a lovely old Turkish man who ran a small dry cleaner in my previous suburb; no matter what I brought him, he would take it on and usually make even more ambitious suggestions for improvements to the fit, for which he’d never charge me more than $20.” From there, follow the pop-up instructions that take you to “Create file”. There are other cheap ways to freshen up clothes, some that you may be able to do yourself. I love coming out here and playing in Australia.

Wait for your data to prepare, click “Download” and you are ready to go. One is swapping out buttons: I like to buy interesting ones from vintage shops and sew them on with a coloured thread – another small change that can make a big difference, and turn an ignorable coat into an enviable one. The downloaded Zip will include a file labelled “index.htm”. And ladies? Tailors can even add pockets. And ladies? Tailors can even add pockets. This is the easy-to-navigate copy of your Facebook profile. On top of the usual stuff – profile pictures, videos, statuses, messages, friends – will be data you may not know was being collected. It’s been such a journey and it doesn’t happen overnight.

Like the time and location of every Facebook login you have made and the keywords used to target ads to you. Over on Instagram, . On your profile page, click the three lines in the top right corner; the Menu button. There, search “Download data”, enter your email address and wait patiently for a link to be sent containing a copy of your profile. Then you can deactivate or delete your profile without losing anything you’ve put into it. What time is the Australian Open final? The women's match is due to kick off at 8:30 am, with the men's showing at the same time 24 hours later.

If you would rather archive specific photos on your Instagram page without downloading and deleting your entire profile, there is an option for that too , albeit a very tedious, manual one (you’ll have to go through each picture one by one). While the process is less streamlined on Twitter, various services exist to make managing your Twitter history easier. The Verge has a comprehensive guide to Twitter cleanups that includes reviews of free and paid services. Depending on the platform, archiving and erasing your digital presence is a simple, one-and-done addition to your life admin to-do list. But if it all gets too complex, don’t forget there exists an easier option: all it takes is turning all your social media accounts, and digital life, to “Private”. Read More Read More.

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