We can all probably agree that one of the most frustrating things about belonging to so many social networks is managing all of them. Different passwords, profile pictures, and account and privacy settings can be a lot to keep up with in your regular day. Enter BlissControl.com, the website that now allows you to manage the settings on all of your social media accounts with the click of a button.
For those who are thinking that you now have to divulge your top secret passwords to a third party, fear not. Bliss Control is simply a link directory that saves you from spending half of your lunch break rooting around looking for a specific setting panel on a social media site with a constantly changing format (we’re looking at you, Facebook). Let’s say we want to change our Twitter profile pic. All we have to do is go to BlissControl.com and click the options on the homepage that allow us to do so:
And it will take you to Twitter, which will prompt you to log-in, and you will then be taken directly to the section of the website needed to continue the task you requested:
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The actions that Bliss Control will guide you towards are plentiful:
And their list of social networks is comprehensive:
What we like most about Bliss Control is the fact that we do not have to give up any of our passwords, or even need to create another one. Bliss Control is essentially a link phonebook for social media and creates efficiency in managing your various accounts. You don’t even have to create a log-in. Just go to the site and start using it. Now that is easy!
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