A lot of users are concerned about their privacy settings with the new Facebook Graph Search and you should be. You don't want all you information out there. In this presentation, you'll find a few
A lot of users are concerned about their privacy settings with the new Facebook Graph Search and you should be. You don't want all you information out there. In this presentation, you'll find a few things to help.
What’s going on?• Graph Search allows users to search your personal information in 40 different fields• Users can combine any type of information into any kind of search and the result is people in various areas with various likes• Your information could be in that search result
So, it’s time to update your privacy settings and review your profile.
Where do I start?• Review your recent activity log and past posts• Review your “likes” and location check-ins• Review your “about” section information
Terminology• Timeline = your profile• “Likes” = brand pages and other pages you have “liked” on Facebook• “Maps” = locations you’ve been tagged in or personally checked-in to
What to click• In most sections we will go through you need to click these icons to make any changes: or
What to click• Where your “Likes” and “Maps” are: Click to expand into this
Reviewing Recent ActivityShows a list of all your photos, posts, comments,likes and everything you’ve done on Facebook.Change the privacy of your activity: – Go to your privacy settings – Click the “limit past posts” section – Change to friends, only me, or public
Change Timeline Tagging Settings Also in your privacy settings, click the “timeline and tagging sections” from the left menu Turning this to ON will all you to review all posts, photos, etc. you are tagged in before it goes public on your profile
Reviewing LocationsGo to the “Maps” tab on your Timeline.Click the locations where you are tagged, see if it ispublic and change the privacy by clicking the icon.
Reviewing LikesEveryone has a few likes they need to get rid ofGo to your Timeline, click on your “Likes” tab – Go through favorites – Scroll down to all the years – Hover over the likes to unlike from this page – Choose if your likes are public, friends only or only you
Unliking your “Likes”Hover over a page you like:
Unliking your “Likes”Hover over the “Liked” box:
Reviewing the “About” sectionYour location and info can be searchedGo to your Timeline, click “About” under your photo – Go over all your information and make changes
Just a note:• If your information is set to “friends only” then your friends can still search your information.• The changes in this presentation are to make sure all your information is not public.• You can choose not to change anything.
Questions?Leave a comment here:http://bit.ly/graphquestions or tweet me @laurenkgray on Twitter.