The vast majority of people use social networks, and we begin to share certain abbreviations or acronyms for speed or convenience. Let's see those words or set of letters and their meaning... First of all, let me explain to you, in case you didn't know, what RR.SS is abbreviated. I'll explain to you that two RR and two SS are placed because they are always used in the plural, something like USA (United States) or RR. H H. (Human Resources).
@: At sign, it is used to mention a user on social networks, in this case it would have to go together with the user's name.
AMA: Ask me anything, is used when the public is asking the questions instead of an interviewer.
B/C: Because, abbreviation because.
BFN: Bye for now, see you later.
BNW: Black and White, used as a tag for sharing black and white images.
DM: Direct Message, refers to the private sending of messages.
FA: Follow Always, this is one of the most recent that has been incorporated into the list and is very similar to FF, with the difference that it suggests following a user.
Facebook: Facebook. It is the most used social network. In it, you can connect with people you know or want to meet and follow the pages of different companies to keep up to date with their news.
FYI: for your information is used a lot in email and means 'for your information'. Or if you want to share something but don't expect anyone to respond and they will know that the message is just informational and they don't need to do anything about it.
F4F: Follow For Follow, means that if you follow that account, it will follow you too, or if you use it, that you agree to follow everyone who follows you.
G+: Google+. This social network can create circles to organize your contacts according to the criteria you consider.
GTG: Got to Go, if you are having an online conversation and you have to leave quickly, without having much time to make excuses, this is the abbreviation to use.
HTH: Hope that helps, is commonly used when responding to a question or query from another user and you hope it will help.
IG: Instagram. It is one of the most used social networks. In it you can share images, short videos or stories.
ICYMI: In case you missed it, used when you want to mention something that has already been sent.
IHDK: I honestly don't know, if you don't know the answer to something you can use this. And be honest to say I really don't know.
IMHO: In my humble opinion, when you want to give your opinion or comment. It shows that what you write is not necessarily a fact, but what you think.
IRL: In real life, when you mention something that happens or happened in real life.
LMLT: Look my last tweet, it is used when you want to draw attention to the last tweet you have published, because perhaps the solution to some question is there.
L4L: Like for Like, means and with which you commit to give a like to the account or person who likes your photo or video.
LI: LinkedIn. It is a social network, created to encourage interaction between professionals.
MT: Modified Tweet, is used to indicate that you have modified the content of a tweet.
NP: No problem, it is used to indicate that what is being said seems good to us and we have no problem.
NSFW: Not safe for work, it is mainly used to warn other people that the information is not safe to see in your workplace, because its content is sensitive or inappropriate.
OH: OverHead, the content is based on a rumor.
PM: Private Message, is a term used for communication that is not public, that is, private or personal messages.
PRT: Partial Retweet, is another way of indicating that the original tweet has been modified.
PRT: Please Retweet, another use of this acronym to request that they please spread the tweet in question.
PLZ: Please, short for 'please'. Obviously, it is used to ask someone for a favor.
QT: Quote Tweet, when you only quote part of a tweet.
QOTD: Quote of the day, to make the phrase of the day relevant.
RT: Retweet, is when you share what someone else has published on your Twitter account and you mention it.
RTRL: Retweet real life, which transcribes information heard in an off-line conversation, that is, outside the virtual world.
TL: Timeline, we refer to the main page of our social networks.
TR: Tumblr. It is a microblogging social network where you can post texts, images, audios, quotes, videos, GIFs and links.
TT: Trending topic, refers to the topic of the moment, trends on Twitter. The terms most commented by users. They can be single words, groups of words or labels.
TMB: Tweet me back, a way to request a response to a tweet.
TMI: Too much information, we use it when we want to express too much information or that we have been told too many things in a short period of time.
THX / TY / TKS: Thanks is obviously used when you want to thank something.
TW: Twitter. It is a social network, in which you can share short and direct content, with images, videos or links.
WA: WhatsApp. It is an instant messaging social network, in which you can talk to your contacts, send them images, videos, PDFs and GIFs, etc.
WYL: Whatever you like, when you don't want to decide and pass the responsibility on to someone else.
YT: YouTube. It is a social network, in which anyone can share their videos on any subject, view the videos of other users and comment on them.
ASAP: as soon as possible, you commit to something but for another time and with this abbreviation it is clear that you will do it as soon as you can.
BAE: Before anyone else, it is widely used in social networks to express love and affection to say in a few words how important that person is.
BFF: Best friend forever, an abbreviation most used among teenagers when you want to express to a friend that he or she is special.
FML: Fuck my life, it's not really a nice abbreviation, but it is widely used and it means that life is disgusting.
LOL: Laughing out loud, we use this abbreviation when we consider something really funny, it means something like laughing out loud.
LMAO: Laughing my ass off, this expression may sound a little more rude, it's something like laughing my ass off. I mean, something extremely funny.
NTW: Not to worry, when something is not so important as to be a concern.
OMG: Oh my God, a very popular expression also used to express astonishment. Oh my god, oh my god.
PIR: Parent in room, my father or mother is in the room.
ROFL: Rolling on floor laughing, if we want to go even further, we can use this expression that indicates 'rolling on the floor laughing'. With this we will be expressing that we cannot stop laughing.
WTF: What the f…, when something astonishes us and confuses us at the same time. Very popular to express surprise at something unexpected or very striking because it is strange, surreal or surprising. It would be like saying what the hell.
XOXO: these acronyms indicate that he is sending many kisses and hugs. It is a loving and easy way to say goodbye to a person or to express this.
YOLO: You only live once, when photos of funny moments are uploaded, this abbreviation is used, limiting it to only live once.