How To Adjust Privacy Of All Your Social Media Accounts From One Place

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How To Adjust Privacy Of All Your Social Media Accounts From One Place

Managing and keeping a check on your privacy settings on major social media websites is very important. You wouldn’t like your personal photo to be viewed and commented by strangers, and that’s why it’s important to adjust your privacy settings that are you comfortable with.

How To Adjust Privacy Of All Your Social Media Accounts From One Place

AdjustYourPrivacy.com is a one stop solution to visit the privacy settings page on multiple services (or social media accounts), so that you can visit that page and adjust or check your privacy settings. If you have not checked your settings on the services that you spend much of your time visiting, then it’s time to do so.

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AdjustYourPrivacy presents links to the privacy settings page of Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google+, LinkedIn, Vimeo, Pinterest, Tumblr, and many more. Agree that it’s not much of a service, but it still is a superb collection to links of the privacy pages. This means that instead of manually finding the page, which is hidden deep within account settings, you can use this website which will guide you to find the correct page, where you can adjust your settings.

The website also displays links to some services that can test your privacy settings, or you can opt-out of some of the websites if you want to.

Try out this website and see how convenient it is to deal with privacy settings. No longer will you need to hunt for the privacy page.

Visit AdjustYourPrivacy.com

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