Facebook and Google Chrome users who are tiring of political posts as Election Day approaches now have two post-blocking candidates to choose from, as Social Fixer, an extension for Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Opera, was joined by Chrome-only Noppl.
Facebook users who are disappointed that the social network hasn’t given them a way to see who has unfriended them can remain disappointed with Facebook if they like, but browser script Unfriend Finder, by Edouard Gatouillat, can provide the information they are looking for.
Not a fan of the new Facebook ticker, but also not a Google Chrome user? Fear not: These two Firefox extensions will get that offending component out of your sight.
With employers cracking down on Facebook use in the workplace, employees must be sneaky to keep up with friends while keeping a job. These tips will help hide your Facebook activities from your boss and coworkers.
Swiss startup Memonic developed a way to save your favorite Facebook photos, status, and wall posts forever in one handy spot.
Firefox has unveiled F1, a nifty browser extension that allows you to forward any link you’re viewing directly into your Facebook, Twitter, or Gmail.
Earlier this week, Facebook released an upgraded version of their toolbar for Firefox and IE users. Facebook initially launched their toolbar in 2006, however, back then it was only for english speaking users. The newly released toolbar now supports 16 languages, including Arabic, Chinese (traditional and simpler versions), Danish, Dutch, German, Spanish (traditional and international versions), French, Hebrew, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Swedish, and Turkish.