The Latest News on Social Media Polling Tools, Social Media Analytics Tools

Updated May 13, 2018 4:35:23When it comes to Facebook, Snapchat is one of the most popular social media platforms.

It’s not surprising then that a new tool for analyzing your Facebook friends’ data is gaining traction.

This week, a tool called the Web Cutsaver tool is getting some attention, and we’ve got a few things to say about it.

First off, we’re not going to say much about it because we don’t really want to spoil the surprise.

The Web Curesaver tool, which is being billed as a social media tool that can automatically cut a social graph on your Facebook account, was built by researchers at MIT and is currently being used by a handful of social media analytics firms.

You can download the tool here.

While this tool is still a work in progress, the researchers say it will be more accurate than any of the other popular social graph analysis tools.

It will also allow you to see exactly who your friends are and how much time they spend with you on your timeline.

That will give you a better idea of how you’re doing compared to your peers.

The tool is currently available for Mac and Windows, though it’s also available for the Raspberry Pi.

To get started, simply head to the WebCutsaver page on Facebook, which you can find on the sidebar of the site.

Once you click on the “Cut” button on the bottom right corner, a new window will open that lets you select how many of your friends you want to analyze.

At this point, you can choose to analyze friends who have recently left your group or those who are already friends on Facebook.

The tools will then automatically trim your graph to remove all but the friends you’ve chosen to analyze, but it will keep track of your overall friends and friends of friends who are in the same group.

The researchers claim that the tool is a better tool than other tools because it automatically cut your friends graph to only those who have left your friends list, and it doesn’t need to be explicitly told which friends to cut or which friends of yours to cut.

They also say it’s a better alternative to other social graph tools because the data can be automatically collected and analyzed, unlike most of the others.

If you have more questions about the Web cutsaver tool or Facebook’s data, you should probably take a look at the full list of researchers who contributed to the project.

The team includes the same MIT team who created the popular Twitter tool, Twitter’s own data scientists, and others from Facebook and other social media companies.

We’re also happy to share with you the list of companies using the Webcutsaver tool and how they’ve used it.

Why are people so concerned about the 2016 presidential election?

A majority of voters in the US are worried about the future of the country, according to a new poll.

Key points:Polling company Ipsos MORI found nearly half (47%) of Americans surveyed in a new survey believe the country is headed in the wrong direction, and nearly half believe it’s headed in a “bad direction”The poll was conducted between March 13 and March 16, with a random sample of 1,003 adults nationwide, with margin of error of plus or minus 2.1 percentage pointsThis poll also found that about a third (32%) of the US population think that the country’s direction has changed since the election of Donald Trump.

Just under a quarter (23%) of respondents felt that the current state of affairs was “bad”, while almost half (46%) said the country was headed in “a bad direction”.

Ipsos MORi found that a majority of Americans (52%) felt that “the country is heading in the right direction” and that “Americans are worried that the US economy is going to decline”.

While a majority (55%) of those surveyed were concerned that the economy would decline, more than a quarter of those polled (24%) said they were concerned about how the economy was doing.

In a separate poll, released on Monday, Ipsos said that about one in three Americans (29%) were worried about “the future of their country” and another one in five (20%) were “somewhat worried”.

The survey also found a “substantial” number of Americans think that Trump is the most disliked president since Dwight Eisenhower, while another 22% said they have no opinion on the matter.

The Pew Research Center, which conducted the poll, also found significant support for Trump among white, working-class voters, with 51% saying they approve of Trump, compared to 29% for his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.

But a majority, 54%, of whites who said they had been involved in the 2016 election said they would be less likely to vote for Trump in 2020, compared with 29% who said the same of Clinton.