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Use the button below to delete or disable your account. Delete Account
To change your password go to Settings and then Account Settings.
To change your email address go to Settings and then Account Settings.
Verifying proves to members that you are the person in your pictures. Click the button below for details on verifying. Verify
Having an easy to remember referral code is important so people give it to will remember it. You can change your referral code on the promote page. Promote
Music is currently unavailable at this time. The service we supported shut down and we have not provided support for an alternative yet. You can add YouTube music videos to your profile. See the Codes page for instructions. Codes
You can turn off pokes by editing your profile privacy. This is located by going to Settings and then Profile Privacy.
You can use either your own image or one from our covers directory.
Currently, you can use a cover image and set link colors. KrackSocial is transitioning from the old style profile themes to the new trend of cover images. Currently the theme builder is unavailable while changes are made to it but we intend to give you more control over the styling of your profile. See the other help topic on cover images.
KrackSocial provides a simple layout mode and an advanced. The simple layout is intended to make KrackSocial less confusing and by doing so it takes away profile features and customization. If you wish to customize what shows on your profile the first step is to make sure you're using the Advanced Layout. Layout Setting Next, simply update your privacy settings picking the items you want shown on your profile. Privacy Settings
You can customize it from the Account & Password Reset Options page. Doing so can change your profile link from: http://www.KrackSocial.com/Profile/12345/username.aspx to: http://www.KrackSocial.com/username Settings
There several things that can result in this problem.
If you're in the United States and the zip code you provided shows the wrong town this may happen for multiple reasons: 1. More than one town shares the same zip code. 2. You may have the wrong zip code entered. Edit your profile to verify. 3. We may have the wrong town in our database. Please let us know by posting the Help group.
Points is the site currency which is used for buying VIP, advertising your profile, giving members profile gifts, and more. Points can be bought, earned, or given to you by other members.
VIP is a Bling that unlocks a lot of features, such as seeing who's been viewing your profile, pictures, videos, and if your sent messages have been read. There's quite a few things included with VIP. VIP
Titles display after your username on parts of the site. You can set your own title by going to Get Blings and then Custom Title.
KrackSocial is free. You can send and receive an unlimited amount of messages, flirt, chat, IM, etc, but there are also optional extra features that make KrackSocial even better! All social networks have extras that cost real money or site currency, including Facebook. It's what helps keep the site up.
Bling Bucks name changed to Points. That's the only change that's taken place.
This is a feature of VIP. The color used is based on your text color when using the dark site theme. If your text color uses multiple colors, this uses the very first one. So you can change the background color by changing your text color.
Crews haven't gone away but have been changed to Groups and Groups have undergone major changes. You can find your Crew by going to Groups.
You may expect to find a "New Thread" button on the home page of the group but you won't find one there. Groups support multiple forums so you need to go into the forum you want to post in. You can see all forums by clicking the Discussions tab. If the group only has one forum you'll see a list of threads and the option to post a new thread. If the group has multiple forums you'll see a list of forums. Click the forum you want to post in and you'll then see a button to post a new thread.
To disable notifications, go to Settings and then Email & Site under the Notification section.
To enable IM notifications, go to Settings and then IM Settings. IM Settings
On the IM settings page you can chose who can send you instant messages. Go to Settings and then IM Settings. IM Settings
Currently, the only way to stop someone from sending you instant messages after they've started is to block their profile. You can do this by going to their profile and clicking the button at the top right that has a circle with a line through it.
By default, members see your Kik username if you've specified one when editing your profile but you can change permissions. Kik Permission
Most likely this was an accident by the member. We recommend you send the member a private message letting them know that they made a mistake when they wrote their Kik username. If this doesn't work or you're unable to message the member, you may post in the Help group and a moderator will contact the member.
By default, members see your Kik username if you specified one when editing your profile. The best thing to do is update permission to Friends so you can control who has access to it. This will cut down on unwanted Kik messages. Kik Permission
If you provided your Kik username when editing your profile all members see it by default. The best thing to do is update permission to Friends so you can control who has access to it. This will cut down on unwanted Kik messages. Kik Permission Please be aware that we are not associated with Kik, all we can do is help you control who you give your Kik to on KrackSocial.
By default, anyone can contact you, but you can limit this to a specific age range and gender in privacy settings. Go Settings and then Privacy Settings. Privacy Settings
Crush isn't so special if you can crush multiple people.
You can turn off the flirt notifications by going to Settings and then Email & Site under the Notifications sections.
Go to the members profile and at the top click the button with the star icon on it. When the star is filled in it means the member has been added as a favorite.
There are a couple differences between them. 1. Friend requests must be approved. They are two-way connections. Favorites is a one-way connection and does not require approval. 2. Members can restrict some or all of their profile to Friends. If you add a member as a Favorite this doesn't give you access to parts of their profile that may be restricted to Friends. Adding a member as a Favorite is similar to Following on Twitter. You can see everyone you've added as a favorite and view status updates by them.
By default, anyone can send you a friend request if enabled, but you can limit this to a specific age range and gender in privacy settings. Go Settings and then Privacy Settings. Privacy Settings
We do not have proximity information for the United Kingdom at this time, but it is planned for the future. KrackSocial does have members from the UK.
You can report someone by going to their profile and clicking the button at the top-right that has a Flag on it. Through-out KrackSocial you'll see buttons with a flag on them, which enables you to submit a report.
Albums keys are used to give members access to your private albums (albums with "Only Me" permission). Those albums are otherwise only viewable by yourself.
You can change your picture simply by:
View the picture and click the button with the icon of a trash can on it at the top right of the page. To get to your pictures, click your username on the left navigation menu. If you're using a mobile phone you'll need to open the menu by using the menu button at the top left of the page. From your profile click your profile picture or the button with a picture on it at the top left of the page. Picture Albums
It might be a little confusing getting to your pictures and the picture upload page.
It might be a little confusing getting to your pictures, but once you learn how it's easy.
You can rotate the picture so it displays correctly. To do this view the picture and click the button at the top right that has a half circle with an arrow on it. To get to your pictures:
Hell was a game similar to Owned but was designed intentionally to turn players against one another. It was a team based game that just didn't take off. Not enough people played it and because of this it was more of a duplicate of Owned. Hell is gone, but those Hellraisers still have their title. If you see Hellraiser on a members profile you know they were one of the top players.
You aren't but it can seem that way because values go up faster than cash. Here's an example:
You buy person A for $500, you paid $500, their price is now $600. Another person buys them from you for the $600. You just made $100. But person A is now worth $700. If you only have $600 even though you made $100 you can't afford to buy person A any more. You have to buy some cheaper ones to make more cash to buy person A. It's a lot harder in the beginning because cash is so low. You have to buy a lot of cheaper ones to make money to buy the expensive ones where the bigger profit is.
Go into Owned and click the button with the gear icon at the top right of the page. There you will find notification settings for Owned.
From the Owned settings page you can opt-out. Settings
If the upload itself fails it's usually due to a filesize issue. KrackSocial allows pretty large videos, but nothing close to a full-length movie. If your upload fails the processing that takes place after the upload, this is usually because the video is of an unsupported encoding type or bitrate.
You can add YouTube videos to your profile: Find a video on YouTube and copy the video id from the URL.Example:
If you added a YouTube video then it must have been removed on YouTube. The site checks periodically to ensure that YouTube videos still exist and if they don't the video is removed the site. If you uploaded a video it probably failed processing which resulted in it being removed. When videos are uploaded they go through a conversion process to ensure that it plays on all devices.
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You may find your answer in the Help forum. The Help forum also allows you to ask questions, which members and moderators will help answer, if they can.
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