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Connecting to others is how you stay up to date on other users' activity, as well as communicate and share things with them.

To find someone to connect to, click the magnifying glass icon at the bottom of the page, and type the full name or username of the person you're looking for; it can be someone you know personally, or a musician or other kind of artist.

The results page is sorted by the category of results available.

Click on an artist or person's name if you recognize them, or click "See More" in the heading to see more results in each category.

An artist that has been verified by Myspace to be who they say they are will have a "V" next to their name in search results and on their profile page.

Scroll through a user's posts, music, and other content to see if they're worth connecting to.

If they are, mouse over their profile picture and click on the "connect" icon.

Now, that user's posts will be added to your home feed, and they'll be notified that you have followed them.

Note that connections don't need to be approved, but they must be reciprocated in order to send messages back and forth.

ShareThe process of sending links or content to specified recipients or entire networks.Click1. The pressing of a mouse pointer on a link; 2. a tracked metric of users that click on a specific element.IconA small picture or image used by websites and apps to represent a function, tool, action or location.UsernameThe name through which a user identifies their account on a website or mobile application.Category1. An organizational element that allows users to file similar items together within a Web application; 2. a broad-based topic area designed to classify a blog's content.ProfileA centralized presence on a Web application or website.SearchThe process of typing keywords relating to a topic into a search engine in order to find results.PostAn entry published on a blog, microblog, forum, or social networking site.FeedA stream of live data, content or activity online.ConnectionA contact to whom one is linked on a social networking site, sometimes modified by "degree" indicating whether the link is direct, or through one or more intermediaries. NoteA formattable and publishable word processing feature in Evernote that lets users quickly and easily record text and media while browsing the Web.BackA feature of Web browsers that lets users return to the last Web page viewed by clicking on the "back arrow," which points to the left and is typically located in the upper left hand corner of a Web browser. The keyboard shortcut for Back is typically the "Backspace" key.MessageA typed communication that is sent out to others.Myspace5771Keep Up on Your Favorite Musicians