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Facebook New Changes 2011

Facebook New Changes 2011



A Short Presentation of Facebook's New Features.

A Short Presentation of Facebook's New Features.



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    • The New Facebook Changes
      September 2011
    • 1. Subscribe to Public Posts
      Go to the user’s profile, and click on “subscribe”.
    • 2. Allow Others to Subscribe to Your Public Posts
    • 3.Facebook Picks the Top Stories for Your Newsfeed
      To change this order, click on the top left blue tag above the friend’s name.
    • 4. Facebook Decides Which of Your Friends’ Posts You See in Your Feed
      You can change the default setting of “Most Updates” to “All Updates” by
      clicking on the arrow at the top right hand corner of your friend’s post.
    • 5. Follow Your Friends’ Activities by Scrolling Down The Ticker on the Right Side of Your Newsfeed
    • 6. Read, Run, Cook, Watch and Listen with Your Friends on Facebook
      Click on your friend’s activity in the ticker, and do whatever they are doing.
      There must be an integrated open graph app, such as Spotify, Yahoo, Netflix
      and more, to enable this option.
    • 7. Remember to Check the Privacy Settings on Each Application, before Joining Your Friends in Activities.
    • 8. Enjoy Your New Timeline Profile
      Instructions on How to Download Your New Timeline Profile
    • 9. Remember to Review Your Privacy Settings
      Go to your timeline profile, and click under the arrow in the top
      right hand corner.
    • 10. Remember that, even if your settings on Facebook are set to friends only, your data (posts, pictures, comments, likes, messages etc..) could become discoverable in a lawsuit such as divorce or insurance claim.
    • Please Spend Two Seconds on this Poll:Do You Believe Facebook is Free?
      • Yes
      • No