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One of the best ways to connect with friends and family – as well as stay on top of everything going on in the world today – is by using social networks such as Black Berry® Messenger (BBM™), Facebook®, Twitter® and more.

I was recently asked to provide some tips to a friend of mine who is constantly updating her statuses, so today I’d like to share five tips to help you get the most out of your social networking experience while using a Black Berry® smartphone!

It's update Wednesday, and Google is making good use of this one.

Earlier today the company showed off the new version of Gmail with a card-based UI in the conversation list, and now it's Hangouts' turn to get a nice little feature bump.

To view the user guide for your device, just open the Help app that’s shown on your Home screen and you’ll be able to learn a lot more about your smartphone. You also have the option of visiting selecting Black Berry Manuals followed by Smartphone Manuals.

Within this website, you can select your particular device, and you’ll then be provided with links to the several useful documents such as the user guide, a getting started guide and more.

If so, you need to check out Password Keeper, a free app included with Black Berry smartphones that allows you manage your accounts in one place.

Something I recommend doing when setting up a new Black Berry smartphone or switching to a different Black Berry device is to review the user guide for your particular device so you can learn more about it.

Although it was initially introduced as 'Save For Later' back in October, Twitter today has announced the full rollout of a new Bookmarks feature that allows Twitter users to privately save Tweets for later.

With Black Berry moving to shut down Black Berry World come December 31st, 2019, the Black Berry World storefront team has already initiated some moves to make that process easier, but it means changes for developers and users!

What’s really convenient is that depending on the apps that you installed on your smartphone, you’ll have even more sharing options!

For example, on my smartphone, I have the following options: Note: In case you are wondering, the “Tag” option is displayed because I am using a NFC-enabled Black Berry® Bold™ 9900 smartphone.

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