BlissControl could save you a lot of time managing your social profiles.
The premise of the site is pretty simple – you choose a platform and a setting that you want to change and BlissControl will take you to the page that allows you to do it.
Why a tool like BlissControl matters
Last week I wrote a piece about the downward spiral of Facebook advertising. In it I point out that there are some little used opt-out privacy controls that Facebook makes available to all users that very few people know about. Twitter recently added an opt-out feature in their settings which authorizes them to track your activity on any site within the Twitter ecosystem.
Privacy on social networks is nearly non-existent. The controls afforded users are oftentimes designed as an opt-out, with the pages not easily findable. BlissControl may be the navigation tool necessary to help you take control of whatever vestige of privacy these social networks allow you to keep.
BlissControl is so simple and intuitive to use that it probably isn’t worthwhile trying to describe it, but the interface allows for two variables: what to change and the network to change it with. Set those, hit go and the application takes you where ever you need to go to update your settings. It’s pretty handy.
BlissControl’s options and networks
BlissControl offers users the following options to change on your social networks:
Change email settings
Change profile picture
Change mobile settings
Change connected accounts
Change 3rd party permissions
BlissControl works on the following networks:
If you’re interested in exploring and/or changing the privacy settings for your social networks, you may find BlissControl to be a helpful tool to save you time and headaches.