Facebook-Tools/Settings

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Privacy Settings and Tools

Who can see my stuff?
Who can see your future posts?
Friends except Acquaintances
Use Activity Log
Review all your posts and things you're tagged in
Limit Past Posts
Limit your audience for posts
Who can look me up?

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Facebook-Tools/Settings

  1. 1. FACEBOOK  TOOLS/SETTINGS  
  2. 2. Privacy    Who  can  see  my  stuff     Manage  who  can  see  your  present/future/past  posts    =  select  your  audience,  control  your  privacy  
  3. 3. Privacy    Who  can  see  my  stuff  You  can  personalized  your  selecLon  by  adding  single  name  into  your    privacy  list  
  4. 4. Privacy   •  Who  can  look  me  up  ?  Control  who  can  see  your  info,  in  order  to  manage  your  ‘about  me’  visibility  
  5. 5. Security  Who  can  add  things  to  my  Lmeline  Control  what  appears  on  your  Lmeline,  review  each  post  ,  before  post  it  on  your  wall  
  6. 6. Security  Control  your  Tags,  in  order  to  avoid  embarrassing  pictures  
  7. 7. Manage  Blocking  Restricted  list  =  Friends  except  acquaintance      Open  a  restricted  list,  in  order  to  evaluate  which  people  are  authorized  to  which  content.  
  8. 8. View  As  Control  if  your  parameters  have  been  applied  well,  by  using    the  ‘view  as’  tool  
  9. 9. Edit  secLon/Edit  Privacy  Edit  SecLon      Edit  your  secLon  to  determinate  which  plaWorms  you  allow  on  your  Lmeline,  because  most  of  them  will  post  youre  acLvity  by  default  
  10. 10. Edit  secLon/Edit  Privacy  Edit  Privacy     Edit  your  privacy  by  establishing  Fiends  and  Following  list   Be  specific  into  your  relaLonship  
  11. 11. Create  lists  Create  as  much  friends  lists  as  you  want  (work-­‐family-­‐professional-­‐high  school  …)  and  organize  your  network  of  friends  trough  these  lists.  
  12. 12. Create  Lists   You  can  always  edit  your  lists     You  can  establish  them  trough  several  topics     Pre-­‐exisLng  groups   Previous  works   Previous  schools   Previous  locaLons   Close  relaLonship   …  
  13. 13. Create  Lists   Edit  the  content  of  your  list  by   adding/removing  your  friends  
  14. 14. Select  your  Audience  For  each  post,  before  posLng,  select  a  specific  audience  
  15. 15. Subscribe  to  interests  feed   Subscribe  to  newsfeed  which  belong  to   your  interests     In  order  to  extend  your  network   efficiently    and  to  obtain  informaLons   which  at  least  interest  you  

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