Automating your life is easier than you think.
My finances are on autopilot — and it’s been the best thing ever. Not only does it save you boatloads of time, but it’s actually pretty comforting.
So how do you automate the biggest time waster in your life — Facebook? It’s easier than you think.
Here are 5 ways to automate your Facebook experience.
Every one of your blog posts can automatically be imported into your profile — easily. In Facebook:
Ta-da! Your blog posts are now automatically being imported into Facebook.
Facebook used to allow you to subscribe to your News Feed via RSS natively, but shut down the service over privacy concerns.
However, an app emerged to take its place: RSS News Feed Reader.
Subscribe to the feed in your favorite RSS reader (I recommend Firefox’s Live Bookmarks, since there isn’t anything more to read than the one-line status).
Why update your Facebook status if you’re using Twitter to do essentially the same thing?
The official Twitter app automatically posts your latest Tweets as your status.
Don’t waste your time uploading your pictures, bookmarks and more to a specific service and to Facebook — automatically import them into your feed.
On your profile page, under the “What’s on your mind” box, click “Settings.” This will allow you to import items from
Instead of heading to Facebook to post links or stories on your profile, use Shareaholic.
The Firefox plugin lets you share any Web page on Facebook, Digg, StumbleUpon, Twitter, Mixx and more without leaving the actual page.
What did I miss? How are you automating your Facebook experience?