THM’s Weekly Dish – Instagram, Inside Out/Vote recap, FC Foxes, and the change to Chronological


Instagram Stories on Fleek

It’s no secret that people LOVE Instagram stories. Whether it’s for work or personal use, Instagrammers really strive to make their stories stand out. If graphic design is not your strong  suit and you’re looking for a way to vamp up your posts or make them more professional looking, here’s a simple tip – use Canva.

Canva is a graphic design website (also an app) that allows users to create fun photographs, graphics, and fonts! Their templates are completely customizable and you can specifically design Instagram Stories through the app or desktop version. Say goodbye to boring blurry Insta-stories and hello to endless creativity.

*Available in app store


Art Influencing Votes

A nonprofit organization is grabbing the attention of America’s youth through art, all for a good cause. 99rootz is hitting the road for their “Inside Out/ Vote” campaign to politically engage with the youth of America and encourage them to vote in the upcoming election. Inside Out/Vote will be traveling from coast to coast and organizing community art installation, in addition to helping register individuals to vote. Uncover the power of your vote and local art by seeing what city 99rootz will be traveling to next by visiting their Facebook events page.


THM Takeover: For The Love Of The Foxes

Recently, the THM squad covered a day in the life of fans before and during a Foxes game at Chukchansi Park! Our video teamed grabbed their gear and headed down the street to film the pregame ritual at Tioga-Sequoia Brewery. Futbol fans and community supporters gathered to cheer on the Foxes and joined the Fire Squad in a march to the stadium for some exciting soccer action. To see how the Downtowners participate in game day, head over to our friend’s T.W. Patterson’s website for the full rundown!

6/ Our plan is to eventually replace this setting when the easier-to-access switch described above is available. We’ll keep you updated and are listening to your feedback – let us know what you think!

— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) September 17, 2018

Chronological or Bust

Over the past year, users have noticed a change in their social media feeds. Many platforms have removed the chronological timeline and this minute change really left a sour taste in people’s mouths.. After all, who wants to log into Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter and see something a friend posted 3 days ago instead of 3 minutes ago? Not us! The good news is Twitter is planning to bring back the chronological timeline and gave instructions on how to switch your feed!  See below and make the change!

Step 1:
Locate “Settings” and toggle over to “show the best tweets first” switch this feature off. After this change, tweets should appear in chronological order. Yay!