Find Hourly Traffic Using Google Analytics Custom Reports

Very recently I had to migrate one of our website to a new vendor and this obviously involved taking it offline for sometime. I was worried about the downtime and the resultant drop in visitors it might cause. Fortunately I was able to figure out a solution leveraging Google analytics. Using analytics I was able to determine the pattern of visitor flow to the website. It provided me with various parameters like the time when user engagement was high, the day of the week, the hour of the day where flow was maximum and minimum. . . . → Read More: Find Hourly Traffic Using Google Analytics Custom Reports

How To Hide Apps in Android

Hiding apps in cyanogenmod

One of the newer feature in Cyanogenmod that is sure to make lot of people happy is the ability to Hide or Lock android Apps. Of Course you need to be running a Cyanogenmod based ROM (I guess this will be used by other ROMs and native Android as well). . . . → Read More: How To Hide Apps in Android

How To Verify Hash Values in Windows

fciv tool to calculate hashes

In Linux Operating System you can use the builtin MD5Sum utility to quickly calculate and verify the hash values to check file integrity. There is no built-in Microsoft Windows. However, Microsoft provides a free command line utility that you can download to calculate the MD5/SHA hashes of the files called FCIV (File CheckSum Integrity Verifier). . . . → Read More: How To Verify Hash Values in Windows

How to Turn Off Shared Endorsements in Google

Google has revised its policies relating to how your information including Profile names, Photos etc could be used in advertisements as well as product endorsements. Here is how shared endorsements actually work: Say if you have written a review, followed, shared or +1 an app in the Google Play store, or a Google place and etc Google can share your information like profile, photo and etc when your friends visit those pages. Actually Google says it can use these information in commercial as well as promotional contexts. . . . → Read More: How to Turn Off Shared Endorsements in Google

How to take Screenshot in Nexus 7

Screenshot-in-nexus-7

Once upon a time it required that you root your phone to take a screenshot.Yes, Rooting. Gone are those days and you can take a screenshot with the combination of keys on your phone and tablet. Here is how you do it on Nexus 7: . . . → Read More: How to take Screenshot in Nexus 7

How to Use Front Facing Camera in Nexus 7

Nexus 7

Nexus 7 (2012) by Google has only one camera with a resolution of 1.2 mega pixels and it is front facing, but there is no native app to make use of the camera. It is invoked if you are using applications like Skype, Google Hangouts etc. However you can make use of the third party applications like CameraZoomFX and others to take pictures and videos. . . . → Read More: How to Use Front Facing Camera in Nexus 7