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How to Secure Your TikTok Account

Unfortunately, TikTok doesn’t yet use superior security features like two-factor authentication. Thankfully, you can still make your TikTok account more secure by adding a verification code and changing a few key settings. He…

What is Google Classroom, and Who Should Use It?

In the age of the digital classroom, it’s important to have virtual spaces for teachers, students, and the people supporting them. Google Classroom provides everyone involved with the learning process a centralized user-frien…

How to Join a Discord Server

There are Discord servers for just about any purpose. Your friends can make a server for hanging out and chatting, or developers can create official channels for their games. All you need to join a server is a link….

How to Enable Push to Talk on Steam

When you’re in voice chat with friends on Steam, your microphone can pick up all sorts of unwanted background noise. Always remember that you can use the push-to-talk setting to mute your mic until you’re ready to speak….

How to Customize Steam Search Settings

On average, 174 games are added to Steam’s already massive game library every month. Solve your analysis paralysis and use Steam Search’s ever-evolving array of features to narrow your filters from baseball stat simulators t…

How to Get Refunds for Epic Store Games

Most digital gaming storefronts have refund policies when you can’t run, mistakenly purchase, or just don’t like a game. The Epic Games Store is no different, giving you an easy form to request a refund….

How to Enable Push to Talk in Discord

When you’re using one of the most popular VoIP apps in gaming, background noise and busy environments can overwhelm your friends’ speakers. Enable push-to-talk in Discord to mute your mic automatically until you’re ready to h…

How to Set Reminders in Slack

When you’re using Slack for communications, it’s important to remember to follow up on a message, attend a meeting, or just get up and drink some water. Set reminders in Slack and Slackbot will help….

What Is Quibi? Everything You Need to Know

Quibi is a new video-streaming app intended for watching on the go. It focuses on short-form TV shows, all less than 10 minutes in length, designed for watching on your phone. It launches on April 6, 2020….

Is Discord Right for Your Business?

Discord, like Microsoft Teams and Slack, is a communications platform that was primarily built for the gaming community. It offers essential tools for the industry and features many others can leverage. Unfortunately, some fe…

How to Watch Sony’s PlayStation 5 Reveal

After Sony canceled its appearance at this year’s Game Developers Conference (GDC), the company has decided to release more details about its next console, aptly named the Playstation 5 (PS5), on its own. Here’s how to watch …

How to Livestream the GDC 2020 Panels and Awards

This year’s Game Developers Conference (GDC) has been postponed due to the coronavirus. Fortunately, as you try to stay indoors, you can still enjoy livestreams of the award show and most of the panels while you wash your …

How to Change Chrome’s Default Zoom Settings

Chrome’s standard zoom setting is easy to change, allowing you to quickly tell your browser how to shrink or enlarge different websites. You can also set a default font size to help create a more pleasant browsing experience….

What Is Discord, and Is It Only for Gamers?

Discord offers free VoIP, text, and video chat servers, along with unique features for gamers like Twitch integration. It’s also a must-have for doing business in the gaming industry, and it might give other enterprises a uni…

How to Set Up Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams directly competes with Slack and will replace Skype for Business, as a premier collaborative communications platform for large and small businesses. Set up an organization in Teams and invite your colleagues …
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