How many times this thing does happens that an application demands us to provide us the access of our social media’s account and we usually click on that “Yes” button without giving it a much thought. I’m sure most of you don’t fully realize how many permissions you have granted or how much privacy you have given up in doing so.
When was the last time you reviewed the permissions you have granted in the various social media tools you use? Last month? Last year? Never?
Why not do it on the eve of the New Year and we have brought a superb tool to help you in doing so.
MYPermission – Social Media Tool
MyPermissions (mypermissions.org) is a great social media tool that will help you systematically review the permissions you have granted in the various social media tools you use. And the simplicity of MyPermissions is brilliant – it doesn’t require any access to your accounts. It’s basically a collection of bookmarks that directly link you to the permissions pages for Famous Social Network like Facebook, Twitter, Google, Yahoo, LinkedIn, Dropbox, Instagram, and Flickr. If you are logged into one of these sites, clicking on the relevant link on the MyPermissions homepage will take you right to the permissions page for that site.
You should give it a check to know that how much permissions have you granted, I personally think that many of you will be surprised at the number permissions you have granted. Remove the ones you don’t think are necessary for you.
So, Click on MyPermissions and examine your social media now.