PRLog - Nov. 9, 2009 - As many users of Spacelocker are already aware, Spacelocker uses Facebook Connect. For those who have not tried it, or for new users to Spacelocker, here is what Facebook Connect on Spacelocker is all about.
Facebook Connect makes it easy for you to take your Facebook identity with you to Spacelocker and access and share photos you have stored on Facebook. There is no uploading or pasting necessary for these stored photos. Just use your Facebook login on the Facebook Connect prompt that is provided by Spacelocker. You will instantly be able to access and share all your Facebook photos right inside your locker without leaving.
Here is a step by step explanation of how Facebook Connect works on Spacelocker.
You have the opportunity to use Facebook Connect either during the sign up process to Spacelocker or after you are a member and are inside your locker.
Just click on the “Add Network” icon during sign up or on your locker page once you are a Spacelocker member. A drop down menu will appear with a list of networks. Click on Facebook. You will see the following prompt:
Click “OK” on the prompt. Then the following Facebook Connect login prompt will appear. Enter your Facebook email account and password. Spacelocker does not save your Facebook login data.
Once you have successfully logged into Facebook Connect, a Facebook feed will appear on your locker page in two places.
Under “Current Networks” on the locker page you will see the Facebook icon. Click on this icon and a window will open showing a network feed from Facebook. This window it will show thumbnails of the photos you have stored on Facebook, as well as thumbnails of your Facebook friends. Click on any of the photos in this window. You will be asked by Facebook to log into your Facebook account. You can then see your photos and friends on Facebook right from inside your locker.
One cool thing about this is when you click on a thumbnail photo of a Facebook friend in this Spacelocker window, your friend’s profile page on Facebook will open. You can then post a message on their Facebook wall. All this without leaving your locker.
Under “Recent Network Activities” in the locker page, the last photo you posted in Facebook will be visible on your locker wall.
It’s a funky way to share photos you have on Facebook right in your locker at Spacelocker.
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Spacelocker is the first school locker on the internet. It connects to friends from various social networks, interact with them in a multitude of ways, play games with them, and share music, pictures and videos with them; all from one place.