There’s a Â lot of talk Â going around about, Google+, Google’s new social network and how it’s heavily influenced by Facebook, but truth be told, how could they build Â Google+ Â without taking a note Â or two from the world’s Â most popular Â social network? One thing that’s different (and better) about Google+ is its ability to create “Circles” of friends by just dragging and dropping them from your list of friends to the group you want. This ability is highly required on Facebook and one of the developers has taken the note and done it.
CircleHack, Â allows you to login to Facebook and start organizing your friends without delay. Begin by looking through your Facebook friends and making a few distinctions. Identify which ones have common interests and might find certain information that you put on Facebook most interesting. In general, find out who you want in particular Facebook lists, if you have not already set a few up.
Then start dragging them down into the open circle at the bottom left corner of the window. Once you have added all the friends you feel deserve to be in a particular list, click Create list in the middle of the circle and watch as the program you guessed it creates a list.
Once you have made a few lists calling them circles just does not seem genuine visit Facebook and take a look at your results. You will be amazed to find the results, well, you probably will not be amazed by anything you find. Frankly, if you are one of the people who find Circle Hack to be useful in getting your friends sorted into lists, it’s probably because you have not set up lists in the first place. And if you have made it this long without setting up lists, one must wonder how useful you will find them at this point in the game.
Check it out you might just like it!