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How to Export Your Gmail Contacts

Created by - Asif Mahmud Arnob

How to Export Your Gmail Contacts

What to KnowIn Google Contacts, select Export > Contacts and choose the appropriate format.You can export the entire list or only certain groups.New automatic contact entries are found under Other contacts in Gmail Contacts.Export Your Gmail ContactsYour address book isn't tied to one Gmail address. You can use it with another Gmail account or a desktop email program such as Outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird, or Yahoo Mail. To export your full Gmail address book:1. Open Google Contacts. The easiest way to do that is to visit https://contacts.google.com/ or select the apps menu in the upper-right corner of Gmail and choose Contacts.2. Select Export.3. To export an entire address book, select Contacts. Select the drop-down arrow to choose a Google Contacts group.4. Choose an export format:## The Outlook CSV format exports all data and converts names to the default character encoding.## The Google CSV format exports all data and uses Unicode to preserve international characters. Some email programs such as Outlook do not support Unicode.## The vCard format is an internet standard that is supported by many email programs and contact managers such as OS X Mail and Contacts.5. Select Export.6. Download the file (named Contacts) to your computer. You can rename the file anything you want, like gmail-to-outlook.csv (for the Outlook CSV format), gmail.csv (for Google CSV), or contacts.vcf (for the vCard format).Where to Find Contacts Automatically Added by GmailYour list and file of contacts may be large because Gmail adds new contact entries to your address book when you reply to an email or forward it to a new address. These new automatic entries are found under Other contacts in Gmail Contacts.Prevent Gmail From Adding Contacts AutomaticallyTo prevent Gmail from adding new addresses to your Contacts automatically:1. Go to Gmail and select the Settings gear in the upper-right corner of the page.2. Select See all settings. 3. Under the General tab, scroll down to Create contacts for auto-complete section and select I'll add contacts myself.4. Select Save Changes at the bottom of the page.

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Published - Fri, 01 Jul 2022

How to Export Connections from LinkedIn

Created by - Asif Mahmud Arnob

How to Export Connections from LinkedIn

You can export a list of the connections you have on LinkedIn at any time.To export LinkedIn connections:1. Click the  Me icon at the top of your LinkedIn homepage.2. Select Settings & Privacy from the dropdown.3. Click Data privacy on the left rail.4. Under the How LinkedIn uses your data section, click Change next to Get a copy of your data.5. Select Want something in particular? Select the data files you’re most interested in.6. Select Connections.7. Click Request archive.8. Enter your password and click Done.9. You'll receive an email to your Primary Email address which will include a link where you can download your list of connections.Notes:When you’re exporting your connection data, you may notice that some of the email addresses are missing. You will only see email addresses for connections who have allowed their connections to see or download their email address.The CSV and vCard formats don't support all characters. As a result, languages with extended character sets (such as Chinese, Japanese, or Hebrew) aren’t supported.You currently can't export a list of your contacts that aren’t 1st-degree connections.If you're exporting your connections because you have a duplicate account, remember to close your extra account and import your connections list to another LinkedIn account. Make sure you've saved the file in a location you can find, and then follow the instructions for uploading contacts using a CSV file.

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Published - Fri, 01 Jul 2022

What is cryptocurrency and how it going to change the world

Created by - Zuhaa Liaqat

What is cryptocurrency and how it going to change the world

What is crypto currency?It is a digital currency in which transactions are verified and records are kept by a decentralized system rather than a centralized authority using cryptography. In other terms, decentralized cryptocurrencies, such as bitcoin, now provide an outlet for personal wealth that is not subject to restriction or confiscation. You can use crypto to buy regular goods and services, but most people invest in cryptocurrencies in the same way they would in stocks or precious metals. While cryptocurrency is a novel and exciting asset class, investing in it can be risky because you must conduct extensive research to fully understand how each system operates.Cryptocurrency may appear to be a futuristic technology. It has and will continue to revolutionize how we store money, pay for goods and services, and conduct business. There are additional ways that cryptocurrency will make the world a better place. This can be done by things such as reducing fraud, this is because it is not linked to your bank account or cash funds and is transferred electronically and securely with the blockchain recording all transactions, cryptocurrency will play an important role in reducing fraud and providing peace of mind.DGTLWhat is DGTL? DGTL is a binance BEP-20 standard coin that can be used for trading, paying for products online and performing DeFi services such as staking, yielding and so on. There is even a DGTL wallet where users can manage all their crypto and digital assets. They can trade and exchange all types of cryptocurrencies at the most economic rates.

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Published - Mon, 13 Jun 2022

Basic Crypto Terms Explained

Created by - Asif Mahmud Arnob

Basic Crypto Terms Explained

CryptographyIn simple terms, cryptography is the practice of hiding or encrypting data. Today, cryptography utilises computation and mathematical theories to encrypt or decrypt information.Cryptography & BlockchainsCryptography allows blockchains to complete digital transactions on a decentralised, public ledger safely and anonymously, without the need for an intermediary. It also enables "trustless" crypto transactions where users don't need to know anything about a person to complete transactions with them securely.HashingThe Bitcoin protocol utilises cryptographic proofs to secure the network and validate every transaction. Every user is issued a private key which can be used to generate a public key through a process called "hashing."NFT stand for Non-Fungible TokenNFTs are a blockchain-based commodity that has whipped the art world into a buying frenzy. The technology offers a form of certificate of authenticity to the digital creations, allowing individual ownership of something that could otherwise be replicated endlessly. NFTs can also be pricey.DeFi stand for Decentralised FinanceDecentralized finance (DeFi) is an emerging financial technology based on secure distributed ledgers similar to those used by cryptocurrencies. The system removes the control banks and institutions have on money, financial products, and financial services.MiscellaneousSatoshi Nakamoto created Bitcoin. The process of creating new bitcoins is known as Minting. DAO stand for Decentralised Autonomous Organisation. Maximum 21 Million bitcoins can be created. All tokens that can currently be bought or sold is the circulating supply. TVL stand for Total Value Locked. IDO stand for Initial Dex Offerings. Gas powers the Ethereum Virtual Machine.

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Published - Mon, 30 May 2022

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