By signing up to join Beatles social media platform Beatles.com, you’re agreeing to let your name appear as a profile photo and to provide the following information about yourself:Your name, email address, location, birthday, age, and gender.
You’ll also be asked to take a few minutes to answer questions about your experience on the site, such as whether you have a “fan base”, what your interests are, and whether you’re interested in collaborating with other users.
Beatles.net, like all of Beatles platforms, also requires users to be logged in with their Facebook login credentials.
Once you sign up, you’ll be automatically prompted to create a profile.
The platform allows users to upload their own photos, and will then show them to others in the network.
Users are able to share their photos in various ways, including through social media platforms like Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, and Twitter.
Users can also use the platform to “share a photo of their own”, upload their photos to Instagram, and upload their photo to Twitter.
Users can also “like” and “share” other users’ photos.
When a user shares a photo to the Beatles’ Facebook page, the account will receive a notification, and the user will be asked if they would like to be featured on Beatles Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook pages.
If the user confirms, they’ll receive a prompt to post their photo on Instagram and Facebook, along with the Beatle.net account’s profile picture.
The Beatles have not yet commented on the use of social media in relation to their new platform.
However, the Beatles have previously commented on how the platform is “a social network” in their “Bold New Year” message from March 18, 2018.
The Beatles first launched Beatles Social Network back in January 2018, when the group released its first album, The Beatles, II.
This was followed by their third studio album, Help!
The Beatles, which was released in October 2019.
In 2017, the group announced they would be opening a new Beatles Facebook page to share music and music videos from their albums.