When I post something, how do I choose who can see it?
You'll find an audience selector tool most places you share updates, photos and other items. Click the tool and select who you want to share something with.
Mioola’s default privacy level has the first selected as most public and last selected is most private. For example, the privacy level Followers means that the item is shared with higher privacy levels like Friends, but not with lower levels. Friends privacy level items are shared only with friends and not with Followers or lower levels.
Order: Public Users Followers Friends Only me
Who can like or comment on things I post?
When you share something on Mioola, you can choose who can see it by using the audience selector. Anyone who can see a post can like it; you can select the commenting audience separately.
Spam can involve contacting people with unwanted content or requests. This includes sending bulk messages, excessively posting links or images to people's timelines and sending friend requests to people you don't know personally.
Spam is sometimes spread through people clicking on bad links or installing malicious software.
Making posts or entering information to promote a huge amount of keywords including repetitive content is Spam.
Mioola has Zero-tolerance Policy for Spam and Spammer account will be suspended without further notice.
Mioola takes appropriate precautions to protect your information. Your account information is located on a secured server behind a firewall. When you enter sensitive information (such as a credit card number or your password), we encrypt that information using secure socket layer technology (SSL). We are using SSL and the most recent software to protect your personal information, images and everything else you are posting on mioola.com. Mioola always posts to a secure page when people are logging in.
Is my information shared with the government or any other third parties?
What if my web browser does not accept cookies from mioola.com?
Mioola requires you to enable cookies in your Internet web browser or the site may not function properly.
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on a user's computer for record-keeping purposes.