Who else is viewing the same Webpage or stalking that Facebook profile

Title of the article may have made you more curious now. So, let’s not waste more words and introduce you to a browser plugin called WhoIsLive which makes it possible to see who else is viewing the same webpage of a website you are on. Meet them, Chat and share your views right there.

Webpage can be anything, let it be some News article, Gadget Review or simply a Facebook profile or page. You will get to see the faces of Facebook friends who are also viewing the same page.

Not just see them but you can also chat their, discuss about the article you both were reading, get to know views on a product you were planning to buy or just say “I caught you here” 🙂

To know Who is Viewing your Facebook Profile, open your profile and names will appear in Sidebar.

who is live - facebook stalker

How to see who is viewing?

Install WhoIsLive Addon for your web brower (Firefox and Internet Explorer, Chrome – Wait for sometime)

You will see WhoIsLive Sidebar in the web browser from where you need to connect Facebook account as a part of Signing up. That’s it!

Keep the Sidebar open and go on browsing you feel like and Faces of People viewing the same page will appear if there are any. Click on their name o begin chatting.

Will it really work that way and is it useful?

Overall an interesting concept helping you find and meet new people and interact about similar interest. Could become more interesting when more and more people starts joining it.

If you are the one concerned about Privacy, hang on. It’s another way to connect people socially where you have to let others know something about you to spark communication.

In short, WhoIsLive can convert any webpage to social with or without involvement of webmaster. And yes, brings even some more distraction from your work.

via dvice

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Sanjok Subba - July 27, 2011

I am a fan & love Google Chrome but why is that most of the add on or plugins don’t work or is the second to be implemented list with it?

    Rohit Langde - July 29, 2011

    Even I am wondering why Chrome was sidelined while the making?
    May be lack of developers working on Chrome 😛

Ajaypratap Sidhu - July 30, 2011

Must say,very informative and useful article,thanks for posting! Keep up the good work!

fan page design - October 18, 2011

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