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January 9, 2012 / beanlogicblog

Share your WAMICODE data with your network

Normally we need to share our data (personal or work) with our network of contacts.
If we have our data in a WAMICODE code, we can use the http://www.wamicodes.com tools to share it.

As an example:

1. Login in Wamicodes.com with your user ID and password, and you will obtain a screen like this:

2. Click  the target Social network in which you want to share your data (red Arrow)

If the Social Network Icons donot included your network clik on the Swish Flag and you will obtain more options

3. By example, if we click on Twitter the following twitter screen appears (if you are not logged, if logged go to 4)

requesting your data to log in twitter. Introduce your twitter userida dn passwork and click on Start Session

4. When you log in, a new screen appears with a default tweet.

5. Giving the opportunity to  update your tweet

5. If you send, your friends and your  network members will receive a tweet like this:

6. if they open, or click,  they will share you data in their contact o mail book:

In a PC they can see the following screnn (in a Smart Phone, the screen is adapted to the screen size.

7. Really, its is great! and an easy way to share your contact data. Use it in your Social networks and mantain your friends and contact informed about any change in your data

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December 19, 2011 / beanlogicblog

Modify your privacy settings

  • Go to wamicodes.com and login with your user-id and password
  •  Click at the bottom banner, on utilities column in text “Modify your privacy”

  • By deafult these are your privacy settings

  • In this example we modify Organization, Job Title and Address to prevent to share. After click in the options donot forget to click the update button

  • To See the results click on the wamicode

  • And these are the fields showed. No informtaion about Job Title, Organization or Address will be shared

October 24, 2011 / beanlogicblog

Adding Wamicodes [to your Email Signatures]

1 Microsoft Office Outlook 2003

1.1 Download your Wamicode and your Personal Link

1. Go to http://www.wamicodes.com
2. Sign In to download your WamiCode or Register if you haven’t registered yet.
3. Click on the “Download your Wamicode” link on the WamiCode’s menu, or use this link.
4. Go to http://www.wamicodes.com/new_wamicodes/get_my_link.php and copy the text.

1.2 Creating a Signature

5. In the main Outlook window, on the Tools menu, click Options, and then click the Mail Format tab.
6. Under Message format, in the Compose in this message format list, click HTML.
7. Under Signature, click Signatures, and then click New.
8. In the Enter a name for your new signature box, type a name.


9. Under Choose how to create your signature, select the option you want.
10. Click Next.
11. Click Advanced Edit.
12. When the dialog box appears cautioning you that an editor not part of Microsoft Office Outlook will open, click Yes.
13. Design your signature.
14. When you are ready to insert a picture or logo, on the Insert menu, point to Picture, and then click From File. Select your WamiCode File.

Note: If you are designing your signature in Word, make sure that you press SHIFT+ENTER at the end of each line of text. If you press only ENTER, Outlook inserts your signature so that the recipient sees your signature in double-spaced format.

15. Select your wamicode and click the button that looks like a key chain. Under Address, copy the one that you got at step 4.
16. Close the advanced editor, making sure that you click Yes to save your changes.
17. When you finish editing the new signature, click OK.

1.3 Automatically insert the signature in all new messages

18. From the main Microsoft Outlook window, on the Tools menu, click Options, and then click the Mail  Format tab.
19. In the Compose in this message format list, click the message format that you want to use the signature with.
20. Under Signatures, select an e-mail account, and then choose the signatures that you want to use for new messages and for replies and forwards. You can use a different signature for each.


2 Microsoft Office Outlook 2007

2.1 Download your Wamicode and your Personal Link

1. Go to http://www.wamicodes.com
2. Sign In to download your WamiCode or Register if you haven’t registered yet.
3. Click on the “Download my Wamicode” link on the WamiCode’s menu, or use this link.
4. Go to Utilities and click on “Get my Wamicode Data Link”. Copy the text that appears.

2.2 Creating a Signature

5. In a new message, on the Message tab, in the Include group, click Signature, and then click Signatures.


6. On the E-mail Signature tab, click New.
7. Type a name for the signature, and then click OK.
8. In the Edit signature section, click Insert Picture.
9. Browse to the Wamicode file you downloaded, click to select it, and then click Insert.
10. In the Edit signature area, select the WamiCode you just inserted.
11. Click the Insert Hyperlink button on the toolbar in the Edit signature area.
12. Make sure that the Link to: column has Existing File or Web Page selected.
13. Copy and paste the address you obtained in step 4 into the Address: box. Do not put anything in Text to Display.
14. Click OK to finish with inserting the hyperlink, and OK to finish editing the signature.

2.3 Automatically insert a signature in all new messages

15. In a new message, on the Message tab, in the Include group, click Signature, and then click Signatures.
16. Under Choose default signature, in the E-mail account list, click an e-mail account with which you
want to associate the signature.
17. In the New messages list, select the signature that you just created.
18. If you want a signature to be included in message replies and in forwarded messages, in the Replies/forwards list, select the signature. If not, select none.
19.Click OK.


3 Microsoft Office Outlook 2010

3.1 Download your Wamicode and your Personal Link

1. Go to http://www.wamicodes.com
2. Sign In to download your WamiCode or Register if you haven’t registered yet.
3. Click on the “Download my Wamicode” link on the WamiCode’s menu, or use this link.
4. Go to Utilities and click on “Get my Wamicode Data Link”. Copy the text that appears.

3.2 Creating a Signature

5. Open a new message. On the Message tab, in the Include group, click Signature, and then click
Signatures.


6. On the E-mail Signature tab, click New.
7. Type a name for the signature, and then click OK.
8. In the Edit signature box, type the text that you want to include in the signature.
9. Click Picture , browse to a the wamicode you downloaded in step 3, click to select it, and then click
OK.
10. Click Insert Hyperlink , type in the address you obtained in step 4 and then click OK
11. To finish creating the signature, click OK.

3.3 Automatically insert a signature in all new messages

12. On the Message tab, in the Include group, click Signature, and then click Signatures.
13. Under Choose default signature, in the E-mail account list, click an e-mail account with which you
want to associate the signature.
14. In the New messages list, select the signature that you just created.
15. If you want a signature to be included when you reply to or forward messages, in the Replies/forwards
list, select the signature. Otherwise, click (none).


4.Google Gmail

4.1 Download your Wamicode and your Personal Link

1. Go to http://www.wamicodes.com
2. Sign In to download your WamiCode or Register if you haven’t registered yet.
3. Go to Utilities and click on “Get my Wamicode Image Link”. and copy the output text.
4. Go to Utilities and click on “Get my Wamicode Data Link”. Copy the text that appears.

4.2 Adding your WamiCode to your Signature

5. In Gmail window, click Settings
6. Under General Tab, you will se a box named Signature. Select the email address you wish to add your
signature to.
7. Your signature (if you had one) will be visible in the box below.
8. Click on the Insert Image and under Image Url copy the text obtained in step 3.
9. Select the code you just inserted and click on Link
10. Do not write anything under Text to Display. Under Web Address copy the text obtained in step 4.
11. Click OK to save the Hyperlink.
12. Click Save Changes to save your Signature.


5 Evolution Mail & Calendar

5.1 Download your Wamicode and your Personal Link

1. Go to http://www.wamicodes.com
2. Sign In to download your WamiCode or Register if you haven’t registered yet.
3. Click on the “Download my Wamicode” link on the WamiCode’s menu, or use this link.
4. Go to Utilities and click on “Get my Wamicode Data Link”. Copy the text that appears.

5.2 Creating a Signature

5. On Evolution main window, click on Edit, and then click Preferences.
6. A new window will pop up and you will see the list of your accounts. Click once on the account you wish to work on and then click the Edit button.


7. At the bottom of the Identity tab you have a drop down menu with available signatures. I assume you
have no signatures created so far so we click on the Add new signature button.


8. Yet another window will pop up with the Signature Editor. Under Format tab, select HTML.


9. Click Insert > Picture, browse to the wamicode you downloaded in step 3, click to select it, and then OK.
10. Click on the Wamicode you just inserted. Then right click on it and select Properties > Image.
11. A new window will appear. Under URL copy the text obtained in step 4. Then Close.


12. Click on File > Save and Close to save your Signature. Then, select the signature you just created under Signature and Close to go back to Evolution main screen.


6 Mozilla Thunderbird

6.1 Download your HTML signature

1. Go to http://www.wamicodes.com
2. Sign In to download your WamiCode or Register if you haven’t registered yet.
3. Go to Utilities and click on “Get my HTML Signature” and copy the output text.

6.2 Creating a Signature

4. On Thunderbird main window, click on Edit, and then Account Settings.
5. Under Signature text, mark the checkbox Use HTML and add the text obtained in Step 3 to the box
below.


6. Replace with your data:

7. Click OK

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