Forget the Myers-Briggs — This Is the Real Personality Test That Matters

Forget the Myers-Briggs — This Is the Real Personality Test That Matters
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If we learned anything about ourselves this year, it's that we really can't live without social media. In fact, 90% of all 18- to 29-year-olds in the United States use social media, according to a 2015 Pew Research Report, which means pretty much every person you know is logging in to pin more mason jars to their wedding boards and post selfies with this really cute duck they saw. We can't get enough, and we might as well own up to the fact that it's become a (not small) part of who we are. #InternetIsBae

But which social media behemoth best exemplifies who you are, in your heart of hearts? Sure, over 1 billion people use Facebook in a given day. But these days, it's the platforms you choose to live your life on (because let's be real, snapping every day is a lifestyle) that reveal your personality. 

Myers-Briggs is so 2000. Are You a Snapchat Person, a YouTube Person, a Pinterest Person, an Instagram Person or a Tumblr Person? We've created an easy-to-use flowchart that will help you figure out one of the most ~relevant~ areas of your life.

What's your social media personality?

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Now that you've figured that out, you may now return to your regularly programmed snapping, Insta'ing, YouTube'ing, Tumblring or pinning.