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Schedule Auto Send & Receive in Microsoft Outlook

Many of us use Outlook as the main email client, but what you might not know is you can schedule how often it checks for new messages. Today we show you how to schedule how often auto send/receive occurs If you’re busy during the day and need to keep up with your emails, you might want Outlook to check for new messages every few minutes Outlook 2013 To schedule Auto Send/Receive in Outlook 2013, click on the File tab then Options. Once you have clicked on Options a new window appears, click on Advanced and scroll down to Send and receive and click on the Send/Receive button. In this Send/Receive Groups window look for “Setting for group “All Accounts” check the box Schedule an automatic send/receive every minutes. It is set to 30 minutes by default and you can change the minutes to whatever you want it to be. Click close and you’re... read more

10 Best Sites to Get Free Stock Photos

Every designer needs great stock photos for their projects. You can take your own camera and make your own photos, but a lot of people don’t bother they want the easy life and find it on the internet. Well, finding great free stock photos is a pain. You might end up to see low-res and amateur photos everywhere and that’s not what you are looking for. Below, I put a list of some good sites where you can find great free stock photos. These sites offer good high-resolution photos in many categories, like business, landscape, people, fashion, etc. And they update new photos regularly, you can even subscribe to their newsletter and get your free stock photos weekly / monthly directly in your inbox. Picjumbo Picjumbo offers free high quality stock photos which are updated daily. This site is maintained by Viktor Hanacek, a graphic designer and photographer from Czech. Every photo is organized into some categories, like wedding, technology, nature, people, etc, makes you easy to find your interests. You can freely use these photos for both personal and commercial purposes. Unsplash Unsplash is open to any photographers who might want to share their photos for free. All photos are in high-resolution and released under Creative Commons 0, which is basically public domain. You can copy, modify, distribute for commercial purposes, all without asking permission. Since the photos are collected from many photographers, you may see more various photographic styles and interests there. Superfamous Superfamous is the Los Angeles-based studio of Dutch interaction designer Folkert Gorter. The site covers stock photos under some categories like, social, aerial, biological, geological, psychological,... read more

What is a (#) Hashtag?

Simply put, a hashtag is an easy way for people to categorize, find and join conversations on a particular topic.The hashtag is used to highlight keywords or topics within a Tweet, and can be placed anywhere within a post. Thanks to the member-driven online information site Twitter, the lowly “pound” or “number” symbol “#” has been elevated to a new role. The hash mark, or pound symbol, (#) is now known by social media users as a “hashtag” or “hash tag”. Posts that have the same keywords prefixed with the # symbol are grouped together in user searches, bringing a level of order to the frenzied chaotic world of Twitter. Twitter user Chris Messina (@chrismessina) first Tweeted with a hashtag symbol # in August 2007, as a way to define groups on the social media site. The use of the pound symbol to categorize messages and define conversations spread quickly throughout the Twitter community, and is now an integral part of this fast-paced live information network. How Search Twitter Using Hashtags Any Tweet posted on a public account can be searched by anyone, and posters often use hashtags to help direct searches to their posts. For example, Twitter users can elect to follow all Tweets that include the hashtag #WhiteSox to receive updates about the Chicago White Sox baseball team. Users looking for the best fuel prices can search for #cheapgas and the #osama hashtag was especially popular in May 2011. Posters can include more than one hashtag within a single Tweet, so when searching for posts users can enter multiple hashtag terms, like #NewYork #Pizza. Creating A Hashtag... read more
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