What Is Whizcase?
Whizcase is a library of guides and how-to tips about social media platforms. We research our articles extensively and test solutions before we present them to you, the reader.
You can find guides and fixes for any of the large social media platforms, including Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, TikTok, Twitter, and YouTube.
We also discuss issues and how-to tips for messaging apps like Telegram, Discord, and WhatsApp. Social media is a conglomerate of social spaces that grow constantly, and we strive to remain up-to-date with this evolution.
Whizcase focuses on clean content, short and brief explanations, with helpful images that help the reader understand the presented ideas better. The site is an online publication with many helpful guides, fixes, and how-to articles about the social platforms we use daily.
Why Do We Do It?
We do this because there are too few sources of good information about these topics. We do it to provide quality of life to people using social media. There aren’t many encyclopedias with social media guides and how-to articles about it.
Whizcase is the place where you can find assistance with any social media platform. You don’t have to go elsewhere for help with Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or Discord. We’re versatile and dependable, so you can drop by when you need help with something social-related!
We strive to maximize user experience with these social media platforms and apps. Whether you’re on a computer or mobile device, there’s a fix for your issue, and we can help you implement it.
Because social media changes all the time, so do the eventual errors, bugs, and problems. We stay tuned to the community heartbeat and hear about the problems you’re dealing with. That’s when we research and find a solution for a particular problem.
Our guides are made to address a real quality-of-life problem. Most times, it’s faster to override an error than contact customer support. We give you actual advice and step-by-step help to solve the problem faster.
What Are Our Guidelines?
When building a guide, we research the problem, the solutions, and we perform tests. Does the solution provide adequate and long-term assistance with the problem?
Is it viable for computers and mobile phones or does it work only on one type of device? We also want to know if the solution works for everyone or if it’s user-specific.
Accuracy and relevancy are leading factors for our content. We maintain relevancy and accuracy in our articles by performing thorough tests. What isn’t essential, and what’s essential, we emphasize and build on it.
We also update our old articles to keep them up-to-date with the newest changes. If a solution doesn’t work anymore, we remove it. Or we add another solution that’s been discovered recently.
Either way, we try to make our guides comprehensive and easy to use