A social media fast tracker for Australian students
Posted May 15, 2019 09:16:56 We are excited to announce our new fast tracker app, a new tool for Australian student researchers.
The app uses social media as its primary way to track social media activity, including hashtags, which can be used to identify trends, find students with whom they have shared similar content, and to track how fast the students are completing their assignments.
The new app also tracks social media usage and how students are using social media to complete their studies.
The main aim of the app is to give students a fast and easy way to find out about social media trends and trends they are actively participating in.
Students can find their favourite hashtags and share them with their friends on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
In order to get started, students need to sign up for an account on the app and upload their Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts.
Once they have uploaded their accounts, they can add the app to their mobile phone’s settings and select the ‘Start Now’ option.
Once this is done, they will be presented with a menu where they can select ‘Explore’.
Once they select ‘Browse Trends’, the app will present a timeline of trending topics.
The timeline of trends is displayed by the colour of the timeline, and the most recent one shows up first.
In addition to this, students can also choose to see the most shared posts by the students themselves and see if they are trending.
The most shared content is shown first, with the posts that have the most shares last.
A trending topic is indicated by the ‘#’ symbol, and trending hashtags are highlighted in yellow, and have the hashtag ‘TWEET’.
Trending topics can also be filtered by category or by keyword.
A student can then share their favourite content with their fellow students, or choose to have their friends add it to their favourite lists.
Students are encouraged to share their posts in groups and also have the option to mark them as ‘private’.
In addition, students will be able to create hashtags to keep track of their favourite students, as well as the ones they follow.
The feature is currently only available in Australia and New Zealand.
The students can download the app from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store.