You must have wondered at least once how popular social media platform Facebook manages to serve you the most relevant and accurate ads a lot of times. Well, that is because Facebook has a curated list of interests compiled based on your usage patterns and what the algorithms predict you might be into. Luckily, Facebook provides us with the option to access and modify our so-called “interests”. So if you are wondering how to edit Facebook ad interests, here is how you can do just that: How to Modify Your Facebook Ad Interests 1. Login to your Facebook account and head to Settings. 2. Inside Settings, look for the “Ads” section in the left panel. 3. Here, you will be shown the ad interests based on which you have been getting ads on the platform. Hover your mouse pointer on a particular interest and click on the Remove button that appears in the top right corner of the interest. Once you’ve removed an interest, you can rest assured that you won’t see ads related to that topic agai..
Android 10 brought in some visual changes in the status bar and quick settings panel, one of which is the disappearance of battery percentage from the top of the quick settings panel. Now, the phone shows an estimated time until which your phone will stay alive without requiring another charge. However, there are two workarounds that you can do to get the battery percent back in your status bar or quick settings and we will be explaining both of those methods so that you can know the exact battery percent left on your smartphone. How to Bring Back Battery Percentage on Status Bar 1. Open the Settings app of your phone running Android 10 and head to the Battery section. 2. Inside Battery settings, you will find a toggle named Battery percentage that will allow you to view the battery percentage in the status bar. 3. Switch the toggle and you will be seeing the remaining battery percent right on the status bar in the top right corner of your phone. How to Bring Back Battery Percenta..