Scrambls: Encode Communications On Anything With A Box To Type In [Chrome]
Are you looking for a way to control of your communications on Facebook and forms of social media? Are you looking to take control of who can see your messages? Maybe you only want to encrypt part of your message for certain people and let everyone see the other part of it. Well Scrambls is an easy to use Chrome extension that allows you to make this happen.
You can pick and choose who can see the message and who can’t. It allows you to take control of your messages with ease.
To use the extension, you will need to define groups, so you can control who is able to see what. For emails, you can define certain address that will not see scrambled text. For social media, you can link the Chrome extension with your social network accounts, and you will be able to encrypt messages so that only certain be people will be able to see your content.
Creating groups is easy enough, and it’s a process you only need to do once. If you are having a hard time figuring out how to use the extension to scramble your text, the app comes with some handy tutorials and videos that will help you figure everything out. Once it’s up and running, it’s easy to use, but the initial set up process is moderately complicated, but it’s great that the developers knew this and made it easy to get help.
- Put privacy and control at your fingertips.
- Control who can read your messages.
- Scramble full or partial posts in seconds.
- Use your Facebook ID or email to scramble messages.
- Helpful tools to get everything started.
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