How to put spaces in your Instagram bio using the mobile app or desktop site

You can insert spaces in your Instagram bio using the mobile app or desktop site.  When you add line breaks in your bio, it keeps your emoticons, text, and more aligned and uncluttered, increasing readability. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Instagram has been a pioneer in social media, but some features are still in the stone age of mobile apps.  That includes formatting for text-heavy parts of your profile, including captions and your bio. Many users try to...
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How to change your Microsoft Outlook theme to stylize your inbox or improve visibility

You can easily change your Outlook theme in your account settings while logged in through a browser. On, you can browse and choose from a collection of themes, while the Outlook for Windows desktop app only allows you to select from four options.  If you use Outlook on Mac, there is no way to change your theme but you can put it into Dark Mode.  Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Microsoft Outlook has many different features that benefit its users an...
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Tesla edges toward Texas for its Cybertruck Gigafactory

A deal hasn't been inked yet, but Austin appears to be the frontrunner
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How to 'Whisper' on Twitch to send a private message to any user

You can "Whisper" to someone on Twitch using a chat command, or by going to their profile page. The Whisper feature on Twitch allows you to privately message any other user. Once you Whisper to someone, a private chat window will open for just the two of you. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. You may want to send a message over a Twitch stream chat that's particularly personal, or contains privileged information. That's where Twitch's "Whisper" function can com...
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Why Figma Wins are a sequencing of loops. While it’s possible to stumble into an initial core loop that works, the companies that are successful in the long term are the ones that can repeatedly find the next loop. However, this evolution is poorly understood relative to its existential impact on a company’s trajectory. Figma’s compounding growth is not only due to product market fit, but is also driven by the alignment between their product and distri...
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Canva launches a desktop tool has now launched its desktop tool for both Windows and Mac. Just tap the Canva icon on your desktop and start designing. No more scanning through multiple browser tabs. You can even set Canva to auto-launch when you log in to your device. Designing anything is now more personalized and convenient than ever. The post Canva launches a desktop tool appeared first on NextBigWhat.
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Japan shoppers queue, crash website for Uniqlo's washable masks

Japanese shoppers queued at Uniqlo stores and crashed its website on Friday as the clothing chain began selling face masks with breathable fabric used in the brand's popular underwear, preparing for the coronavirus outbreak lasting through summer. Scenes of people standing in the rain waiting for stores to open were seen throughout Japan and broadcast on Twitter, while the online store displayed an apology to those looking for the washable Airism masks, saying the website was inundated. A...
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Exclusive: Nissan plans more shift cuts at Japan car plants due to low demand, sources say

Nissan Motor Co plans to cut more shifts at its three assembly plants in Japan due to falling demand, two sources said on Friday, as the automaker struggles to recover from a drop in sales triggered by the coronavirus. Nissan plans to cancel all night shifts at its plant in Oppama, Kanagawa prefecture, and at a production line in Kyushu, southern Japan, between July 29-31, according to the sources, who declined to be identified because the information isn't public. Night shifts on a seco...
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How to 'Cheer' on Twitch by buying 'Bits' to support your favorite streamers

You can Cheer in a Twitch chat by buying Bits and then entering a command. When you Cheer, your chat message will be marked with an animated emote — the more Bits you use, the more noticable the emote is. Cheers are a great way to call attention to your chat messages, as well as support your favorite streamers. Money you spend to buy Bits is split between Twitch and the streamer you're Cheering for. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The most obvious way to support a streamer...
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Tesla edges toward Austin, Texas for Cybertruck Gigafactory

A deal hasn't been inked yet, but Austin appears to be the frontrunner
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Twitter flags a video tweeted by President Trump as manipulated media

The video, however, hasn't been taken down
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'One of the most difficult jobs in America': NASA is now counting on Kathy Lueders, a 28-year space agency veteran, to land 2 astronauts on the moon in 2024

Under NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine, two chiefs of the agency's human spaceflight have departed within a year, including Bill Gerstenmaier and Doug Loverro. Last week, NASA announced Kathy Lueders — a 28-year agency veteran and leader of the program overseeing SpaceX's first crewed flight to orbit — would now lead its Human Spaceflight Office. Lueders is the first woman chief of the division, and she has authority over all NASA projects that involve flying astronauts to and from space. He...
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How to set up LastPass Families and add up to 6 members to your password-manager vault

To set up LastPass Families, you'll first need to sign up for the 30-day trial offer or purchase a subscription for $48 annually.  When you set up a LastPass Families account, you and five other additional users are granted all the features of LastPass Premium.  LastPass offers Families account holders a "tour of the site" when they first subscribe, walking you through how to add new members.  If you opt not to take the tour, you can add new members to your LastPass Families account through th...
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Kerala Govt's Plan For Students With No TV, Internet Or Smartphone: a TV channel – First Bell online sessions named ‘First Bell’ are telecast through VICTERS Channel, under the State General Education Department, for classes 1 to 12 from 8.30 AM to 5.30 PM on weekdays. The channel is available for free on cable networks, over the internet and direct-to-home. The post Kerala Govt's Plan For Students With No TV, Internet Or Smartphone: a TV channel – First Bell appeared first on NextB...
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Morning News Call - India, June 19

INDIA TOP NEWS • India plans extra tariffs, trade barriers on 300 imported products -sources India plans to impose higher trade barriers and raise import duties on around 300 products from China and elsewhere, two government officials said, as part of an effort to protect domestic businesses. • Indian PM Modi opens coal mining to private sector Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday officially launched the auction of 41 coal mines with an annual production capacity that is nearly on...
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Govt planning to introduce a new clause: Ecommerce cos. to display whether a product is made in India or not. clause is likely to be a part of the ecommerce policy that the commerce and industry ministry is drafting. “We will mandate ecommerce players to display whether a product is made in India or not. We are actively looking to enable that. This will help cut out Chinese goods,” said an official aware of the matter. The post Govt planning to introduce a new clause: ...
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Edited Transcript of CNGO.PK earnings conference call or presentation 18-Jun-20 12:30pm GMT

Q4 2020 Cengage Learning Holdings II Inc Earnings Call
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Twitter marked a Trump tweet mocking CNN as 'manipulated media'

Twitter flagged a Thursday night tweet from US President Donald Trump as "manipulated media." Trump posted altered video of a "CNN" segment, featuring two toddlers who went viral last year, to suggest that racist incidents were being manufactured by the news media. Twitter has been increasingly aggressive in labeling the president's violations of its terms of service. In May, it marked a Trump tweet as "glorifying violence." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Twitter has flag...
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How to save and scan a Snapchat profile code in 2 different ways

You can scan a Snapchat code for your own profile or a friend's using the app's camera screen or your mobile device's camera roll. Before you scan a Snapcode, you will need to go to a profile and view or save its Snapcode.  A Snapcode is a ghost-shaped barcode unique to your Snapchat account, and it serves as an easy way to identify and share your profile with others. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. It's easy to share your Snapcode with friends and, likewise,...
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Zee5 to launch TikTok rival, HiPi. Edge? Starts with 150 million userbase of the OTT app will be part of Zee 5 OTT app which already has an existing userbase of over 150 million. Keeping our local cultural nuances in mind, appropriateness, security and safety will be the pillars of the platform, the company says The post Zee5 to launch TikTok rival, HiPi. Edge? Starts with 150 million userbase of the OTT app appeared first on NextBigWhat.
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Little responds as Aussie suffers massive cyberattack

Australia's federal and state governments, and various businesses were under a "massive" cyber-attack, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said this morning.A "sophisticated state-based actor" was responsible for the attack,... [Author: [email protected]]
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GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks stutter as second wave virus fears test recovery hopes

Asian shares and U.S. stock futures wobbled in choppy trade on Friday as lingering concerns about an fresh spike in coronavirus cases offset growing hopes for a quick economic recovery. Australia's S&P/ASX 200 jumped 1.0%, with the energy sector leading the charge, as oil futures rose in Asia on hopes that output cuts will put a floor under prices. On the whole, markets have been sideswiped this week on fresh contagion concerns, prompting some investors to temper their optimism about how ...
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Survey: Women suffered more job losses during coronavirus pandemic

Working mothers who are juggling worries about job loss and child care responsibilities have been disproportionately affected by the coronavirus pandemic, according to a survey released by USC researchers. The new analysis of the USC Dornsife’s Understanding Coronavirus in America tracking survey — which surveyed more than 6,800 people — found that women, particularly those without a college degree, have suffered more job losses than men and had greater responsibility for child care during the p...
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Waiheke Island guests arrive with $80,000 'free' money to spend

Aucklanders are flocking across to Waiheke Island today armed with $80,000 in spending money, yet small businesses say there is still a long road back to recovery.It comes after Waiheke business owners earlier pooled together to... [Author: [email protected]]
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Australia coronavirus update: major cyber attack under way as Victoria records 12 new Covid-19 cases – live news

A sophisticated state-based actor is targeting all levels of government and companies in a range of sectors, PM reveals. Follow live‘Australian organisations are currently being targeted by a sophisticated state-based cyber actor’, says PMFollow the global coronavirus live blogDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notifications 3.20am BST Scott Morrison has donned the high vis and is standing in front of giant trucks at the Snowy 2.0 press conference. 3.19am BST F...
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Apple Watch coughing out water looks stunning in slow motion

The footage highlights the mechanism used by the Apple Watch to expel water
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3 Marketing Tactics To Promote Your Startup

It is a sad fact that many startups fail within their first year or two. This can be due to various reasons including poor cash flow management, lack of product interest, and low conversion rates. Starting a company requires significant investment, so you must take steps to drive growth and achieve your long-term business goals. Marketing should be a key component of any business plan. Effective marketing campaigns will help you build brand awareness, increase sales, and boost your bottom line....
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Experimentation and paid search

The next time you do a web search take an extra moment to see how the paid results compare to the top organic results. Sometimes the top link is the same for both. This article, from the authors of The Power of Experiments, drives it home with this excerpt: “Evidently, users who Googled ‘eBay’ (or another eBay-related search term), who had been clicking on the ad because they saw no reason to scroll down to the organic link just below it, were now instead clicking on the first organic search re...
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3 Reasons Why Your Elevator Pitch Will Never Work

by Neil Gordon The first time I ever went to a Chamber of Commerce meeting was also the last time I went to one. It was a fiasco. We started the meeting going around the table and were each given two minutes to share what we did – our elevator pitch, a way to present our work in such a concise way that it could be shared within the span of an elevator ride. In theory, by sharing what we did in this way, everyone else would be so bowled over by the possibilities of working with us that the $40 ...
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Still waiting for your COVID payment? IRS has answers on what to do to get or track your money

The House-passed Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions (HEROES) Act called for more a second round of COVID-19 stimulus checks. The Senate is starting to come around to the idea. But some folks are still waiting for their original coronavirus economic impact payments (EIPs), which were authorized in late March as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Those initial COVID-19 payments could be as much as $1,200 for qualifying individuals or $2,40...
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