My Permissions: Easy Social Media App Permissions Management

Every time  you try a new game on Facebook, allow a SmartPhone app to tweet for you, or use a site like Flickr to post pictures on Google+, you permanently give that application specific permissions on the social media site. After a while, you’ll have a list of permissions for applications that you don’t even use, or even remember using!

Every social media site has a way of deleting these permissions but the problem is that you may have to do some digging to find the right page. My Permissions takes the digging out of the equation, making it easy for you to clean things up. The site has two rows of links for every major social media site’s permissions page. Just click the link and start deleting the permissions!

Don’t worry too much about breaking an application. If you accidentally delete the permissions for Farmville, it will ask you to set them again the next time you go to check on your farm.

Make My Permissions a regular stop on your Internet surfing rounds.


About Todd E. Grady

I'm a dad, husband, IT guy and geek of all trades.

Posted on 01.06.2012, in Technology and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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