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About Online Earning And Lifestyle

About Online Earning And Lifestyle

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

How To Sign Up For Tsu

Users who join Tsu are assigned a "short code" or username, which they can provide to other potential users in order to invite friends to join. This is like:

The sign up code consists of the Tsu domain, followed by that person's user name, as in tsu/co/username.
You can use anyone's short code to join, since you don't need a special invite from the person. There are even sites that have sprung up allowing users to advertise their short codes to other potential users in order to recruit newbies.
When you first sign up, it will invite you to upload an avatar or profile photo, as well as a larger cover photo.  The profile page layout resembles that of Facebook, with a wide cover photo at the top of the page and a smaller square profile photo inset into the cover photo.
After signing up, you'll be asked to confirm your email address by clicking on the confirmation email that it sends to whatever email address you gave during the sign up process.
Tsu also will ask if you want to connect your Tsu account to other social networks you use, including your accounts on Facebook,Twitter and Instagram, which allows you to cross post material more easily and automatically.
Next, Tsu invites users to "discover" and connect with other users by either following or friending them. Tsu offers both options. When you see someone of interest, you can click the "follow" button next to their name. Like Twitter, Tsu allows users to follow people without them having to follow you back. You can also "friend" other users like you do on Facebook, by sending them a friend request which they must approve before a friend connection is made.
Tsu has many functions similar to Facebook and mimics its layout too, with a news feed of updates from friends and people followed that runs down the center of the page.
Tsu displays a status update or post box at the top of the news feed column with a "Create" prompt at the top, inviting you to type in your text. It only credits users with posts that contain at least 400 characters.
Tsu's posts are public by default, though there is a button beneath each status update allowing you to restrict viewing to just your friend connections.