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Yes, You Have a Facebook Email Address
 

Yes, You Have a Facebook Email Address

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In today's video I want to make sure you understand that (1) yes, you do have a Facebook email address and (2) you can access it easily. You may have heard that Facebook made your Facebook email ...

In today's video I want to make sure you understand that (1) yes, you do have a Facebook email address and (2) you can access it easily. You may have heard that Facebook made your Facebook email address (based on your username) the only email address to show on your timeline. No sweat ... we will talk about how to make other email addresses show on your timeline, edit your Facebook username and how to find your Facebook messages and deal with the not-so-scary "Other" folder.

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    Yes, You Have a Facebook Email Address Yes, You Have a Facebook Email Address Presentation Transcript

    • Thank You for Tuning In!Yes, You Have a Facebook Email Address.And EEK! Consumers might email you through the Facebookmedium. No worries. You can totally do this … © Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com| June 2012
    • But HOW did this happen?Your Facebook email address is your Facebook username@facebook.com. Your Facebook username is your unique ID onFacebook. You can pick one or get one randomly assigned.This allows people to send you a message through Facebook andgives your profile it’s own address on the web. © Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com| June 2012
    • What Are My Options?If youd like to customize your address onFacebook, you can choose a new public username.If you choose a new username, your new Facebookemail address will be added to your Contact Info inthe About section of your timeline and will appear tofriends.More recently, Facebook made this the ONLY emailaddress to show in the About section of yourFacebook timeline. © Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com| June 2012
    • Why This Matters …This week, Facebook changed the email addressdisplayed on your Facebook timeline to your Facebookemail address.Okay, not a huge deal and totally editable. The biggerissue that people seem to have is the “Other” part ofyour Facebook email. © Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com| June 2012
    • Where is my FB Inbox?So, if you send an email tome through the “SendMessage” on my Facebookprofile, the email/messagegoes to my Facebookinbox. © Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com| June 2012
    • The Others Think of the Other as your bulk email/spam folder that you need to check every so often.© Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com| June 2012
    • Editing Your Username Click on the drop-down arrow next to your name at the top- right of your screen. Click on Account Settings to view the username details. © Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com| June 2012
    • Editing Your Username You can set your username once and then change it once – so chose carefully. © Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com| June 2012
    • Changing What DisplaysOn your profile, clickon Update InfoScroll down to theContact Info box andclick Edit. © Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com| June 2012
    • Changing What DisplaysUse the drop-down arrows on the right todetermine which email addresses display and towhom … the first set is public, friends, etc. optionsand the second set of drop-downs deals withhidden or shown on your Facebook timeline. © Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com| June 2012
    • Don’t Sweat This …I know that many of you (whether you admit it ornot) spend time on Facebook every day. Rememberthat Facebook is a free service and we are theirconsumers – Facebook is not out to get you, they areout to connect you (just through Facebook though).Be aware of account and privacy changes onFacebook. If you are unsure – PLEASE ASK  © Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com| June 2012
    • Thank You!Thanks for watching! Have aSAFE and happy 4th of July! Stefanie A. Hahn stefanie@stefaniehahn.com www.StefanieHahn.com © Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com| June 2012