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See a list of your Loved / Liked songs in Apple Music

Apple Music is awesome! …but quite difficult to figure out 😞 It took me some digging around to figure out how to find my Loved tracks, but I finally figured it out. Here’s how to do it:

  1. Click the heart button (♥) to Love the song
  2. Click the 3-dot button (…) and then click Add to My Music
  3. Create a Smart Playlist where “Loved” = “is true”


Smart playlist to display songs you’ve Loved

That being said… loving / liking a song only tunes the “For Your” section in Apple Music – it doesn’t affect Apple Music Radio. Learn more: How to properly use “Likes” in Apple Music. Something for you to consider as you curate your playlists.


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Fix “Google Calendar invitations cannot be forwarded via email” error messages

There are 2 steps to solving this issue:

1. Add your second, non-Gmail email as an alternate email address – Sign in to your Google Account with another email address

2. Setup Google Calendar to accept invitations from the alternate email address – How to respond to invitations forwarded from your alternate email address

Need a step by step guide with screenshots? Check out this article on TechRepublic – Add alternate email addresses for calendar scheduling

Best related posts plugins to replace nRelate

On 1 December 2014, nRelate announced that it would be switching off its related posts recommendation service. Their Related Posts plugin and service for WordPress was an extremely popular plugin because of its ease of use and many options. So now that they are shutting their doors, many WordPress site owners are looking around for a replacement. Here is what I am recommending to my WordPress tech support customers at ClickWP.

IMPORTANT: Choosing the wrong related posts plugin can severely slow your site down. This is because calculating the related-ness of posts is a resource intensive process. For sites with more than 200 posts, I recommend off-loading the computational work to an external service.

The best plugin to replace nRelate is… it depends.

tl;dr Summary

If you use Jetpack and don’t care about customization, use the Jetpack Related Posts module.

If you don’t want to signup for other accounts & services, Contextual Related Posts is a good option for sites with less than 200 posts. Another to consider is Related Posts for WordPress which claims to be able to handle a lot more posts.

If you don’t mind or need an external service to compute your related posts, Shareaholic and AddThis are the best options. One thing to note is that AddThis settings are controlled outside of WordPress, so you must signup for an AddThis account to use this option.

If you’re a publisher who’s willing to pay to increase your audience engagement with your content, Contextly seems very promising.

Want more options? Read this post by Followistic: The 10 Best Related Posts Plugins for WordPress

My thoughts on each of the above options: Read More »

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I finally launched the new ClickWP website, after almost a year of planning, designing, and 4 weeks of furious coding. Along with it is an all new branding by Reese Spykerman as well.

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Barack Obama visited Malaysia and made quite the impression.

Malaysia won’t succeed if the non-Muslims do not have the same opportunity

Source: The Malay Mail / Yahoo! News

I appreciate your support, Mr President!

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Welcome Aaron

Aaron’s first selfie.

3.6kg & 50cm long, even bigger than his brother!

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Zack’s birthday

Zack’s recently gotten into Toy Story, so this year I got him Woody and Buzz Lightyear. I had to buy them from and have them shipped all the way, which was a bit of a hassle, but Zack’s reaction was so worth it. And I have fun playing with them too ;)

Webfaction hosting gives you lots of flexibility and power, if you can live without cPanel


Webfaction is an unpretentious, down-to-earth web host that gives you great performance and value. Cool hipsters types may not host their sites here (they’re on Media Temple) but in my 9 months using Webfaction I’ve been well and truly impressed. Webfaction has provided the greatest performance and value for any web host I’ve ever used, and I happily recommend them.

Fantastic performance

Shortly after switching one of my customers to Webfaction, they had a post go viral. As a result, they received 24k pageviews over a period of 3 days. Webfaction held up like a champ.

24,000 pageviews in 27 hours - no problems

24,000 pageviews in 27 hours – no problems

There were no hiccups, database errors or even slow pages. Of course, I had W3 Total Cache installed and configured but the credit has to go to the web server. Webfaction can also serve your site from multiple servers with automatic load balancing if you need it.

Just 2 weeks ago, a customer of mine who was on Media Temple complained that her site was struggling and that the WordPress dashboard was taking almost 30 seconds to load on average. I switched her to Webfaction and her site immediately started loading quicker and her performance issues have largely been solved.

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