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So, my kids gave me a Cthulhu bobblehead for Motherâs Day (other love offerings have included a Gandalf lunch box, a Frodo action figure, and a talking Yoda dollâproving that nerdiness is indeed inherited). Every day when they get out of school, I pose the Great Old One in some kind of action scene, take a photo on my Lumia 925, and text it to them.
Now you know my shame. Itâs dorky, but itâs a way to stay connected while Iâm at the office. Of course, texting a photo is Sharing 101, and Windows Phone has lots of other ways to stay in touch, plus an ever-expanding list of social apps to help out. Here are my top tips for some less familiar routes to togetherness.*
1. Connect the dots
In the People Hub, go to your contacts list, tap someone, and then swipe over to Connect, a new addition to contact cards in Windows Phone 8.1. Youâll see apps you can use to connect with that person, like Facebook and Skype. Tap one, and youâll go straight to the personâs page in the appâfor example, if you tap Facebook, youâll see their timeline.
2. Project yourself
Looking to torment a captive audience with glamour shots of your cat or a photo essay about your kitchen remodel? Then why limit yourself to a tiny phone screen? Use Project My Screen to display those beauties on a nice, big Windows PC via a USB cable or even wirelessly. Learn how.
3. Share a place (with Cortanaâs help)
Me: âLetâs meet at 6. Where should we eat?â
Friend: âI donât know. Weâll need a reservation so we can be sure to make the show on time.â
Me: âHow about that new Tibetan-Cuban fusion place?â
Friend: âDo they have gluten-free?â
Me: âI have no idea. What restaurants around there do?â
Friend: âNo idea. I donât go downtown a lot.â
Me: âFind gluten-free restaurants in downtown Seattle.â
Cortana: âHere are 8 restaurants matching âgluten-freeâ around downtown Seattle. The closest oneâs about 7 miles away.â
Me: âWhich ones take reservations?â
Cortana: âHere are the ones that take reservations.â
I tap a restaurant to see reviews, menus, and so on, then I tap Share to text the info to my friend. Done and done.
(Note: Cortana is currently available in select markets. If itâs not available on your phone or you donât use it, you can find and share places using Local Scout in the Maps app.)
4. Look whoâs sharing (about you)
Curious to see who shared a link on your Facebook timeline or tagged you on Instagram? Action center is your go-to spot for social notifications. To control what you see there, go to Settings > Notifications + actions, tap an app, and tweak notification settings for it. If youâre still not seeing all the adulation you expect, you might need to go into the app itself and turn on some notification options. For instance, in the Facebook app, go to Settings > Notifications, and then select the notifications you want to get.
5. Developers, developers, developers
Our trusty app developers are stepping up to make sharing on Windows Phone 8.1 even better. MultiShare allows you to share to more than one social network at once, via your Me Card or the Photos app. If youâre a Foursquare fan, check out Social extension forÂ 4th & Mayor, which lets you check in with Foursquare using your Me Card (youâll also need to install 4th Mayor, a Foursquare client). And Messenger gets you to your Facebook messages lickety-split. Keep an eye on the Social section of the Store for new sharing apps as developers get busy.
* This post refers to features in Windows Phone 8.1. If your phone is running Windows Phone 8, some of them won’t be available. Check to see which software version you have and find out if an update is available.
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