As of last year, approximately 27.8 million Canadians were accessing the Internet. And of those adults accessing the web, they were spending, on average, about 39 hours a month. These statistics were brought forward by comScore, an analytics company that tracks web usage. Its study also revealed that when factoring in mobile use, the average Canadian adult actually spent 2.5 hours a day accessing the Internet.
And, yeah, a year later, there’s no sign of those numbers decreasing. But what if there were tricks that could save you some time? Well, there are. In fact, there are plenty. You can try these Apple hacks, these Windows hacks and now, thanks to the video above, four incredibly useful Facebook hacks.
The first trick is the only one not yet available to Canadians. Seems Facebook has made it incredibly easy for Americans to send money to each other using its Messenger service, but not anyone else. Here’s who you have to be to send money to friends or family (or the mob, should you have accrued gambling debts and wish to not “swim with the fishes”):
Apart from this one detail, the video has a lot of helpful information. You’ll learn how to block certain people from seeing certain posts (like, say, if you’re planning a surprise party and don’t want to go through the hassle of making a private group), and you’ll even figure out how to block people from seeing that you’re online (without actually blocking or unfriending). Which, you’ll probably note, are very useful tricks because sometimes people get on your nerves.