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Hey, There’s Something New on Plurk

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But i don’t quite sure that these features are really new… I mean, maybe The A Team has already released these features some moments ago, and i just realize these new features recently

First, plurk now shows how many people are clicking “Like” button on our status, on the bottom right side of our plurk. No need to expand our plurk just to find out how many people are liking our status.

Then, Plurk allows user to backup their data, from the first time we greet “hello” to the world till we updated status about our dinner last night, isn’t it cool?😉

Plurk now also measure the completeness of our profile. I don’t much know what is this feature for or how plurk measure it, but in my plurk, i filled my complete name, gender, and about, and plurk says that my profile is 53 % complete. Oh wait, now there’s an extra tab on our profile named Extra, maybe plurk will use our profile complete data for matching plurker with same interests in their friend suggestions feature, maybe :p

Finally, now we are able to change our display name color, from default reddish colour to Red, Blue or Green Colour. To change your display name color, go to “edit” section on My Profile Tab, you’ll find there are 3 available colors for our display name (red, green or blue). It answers my curiosity about how @ryanlim ‘s profile name are blue-colored.

happy plurking everybody😉

 

@rizkianto

Written by rizkianto

July 29, 2011 at 12:03 am

Posted in Lessons

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  1. how can i change the name color?

    Edward

    July 30, 2011 at 5:06 am

    • read the last paragraph of my post… already edited😀

      Keanu Reeves

      August 3, 2011 at 12:46 am

  2. i don’t see that option for me to change the color of my display name… D: do i need a certain karma to change it?

    kanrisu

    October 23, 2011 at 9:41 pm


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