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Facebook Privacy Setting Tutorial


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Hi guys, here is a tutorial about Facebook Privacy setting, hope it may help you.

Here is my video version of Facebook Privacy Tutorial on YouTube channel:

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Facebook Privacy Setting Tutorial

  1. 1. Facebook Privacy Setting Tutorial By: Lee KarMun
  2. 2. Hi everyone today im going to show you few easy step to protect your Facebook privacy setting.
  3. 3. To get to the advanced privacy settings, click the drop down arrow in the top right on any Facebook page, click “Settings",
  4. 4. and then click the "Privacy"in the left navigation column.
  5. 5. This is where you control how much information you share with your friends.
  6. 6. The first section: “Who can see your future posts” tell you that you can control the privacy of your status and photo updates directly on your Timeline. When updating your status, select the privacy setting you want from the drop down menu here. You can always edit the privacy of a post once it’s up. Next, under Control Your Default Privacy you can select a favorite privacy setting from the few options here “Public”,“Friends“, “only me” or “custom”
  7. 7. Let’s look at “Review all your post and things you’re tagged in”.
  8. 8. From this section, you can check out your recently activities like photo that you have liked, post that you had been tag and also commented you have did.
  9. 9. Once you have done , go back to the privacy setting page and lets move to the next .
  10. 10. Limit the audience for your old posts for your Timeline click on the limit past post This will revert all your previous posts from "Public" or "Friends of Friends" to just "Friends". But if you've tagged a Friend in one of your posts, their
  11. 11. Who can contact me? Who can send you friend requests? As you can see my setting is friends of friends, so mean only your friends of friends can add you on Facebook. but the only other choice on Facebook is everyone.
  12. 12. Whose messages do I want filtered into my inbox? As you may know, your Facebook has two inboxes, and one of them is kind of hard to find. This setting determines how strong the filtering is that pushes messages to that second inbox. Basic Filtering will put more messages in your inbox (which makes them easier to find, but could give you more spam)
  13. 13. Who can look me up? Who can look you up with the email address you provided? to change it click on the edit and you can choose either /everyone/ your friends of friends/ friends, as you can see my setting is friends.
  14. 14. Who can look you up using the phone number you provided? This is the same as the Who can look you up with the email address you provided section above.
  15. 15. Do you want other search engines to link to your timeline? Your first impulse may be to turn this off, but Facebook only allows information you've marked as Public to be
  16. 16. And that’s it! Thank you for listening and please leave your comments in the comments section below. Have a good day.Bye~~