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Facebook and Twitter 101 20150529

Creating Facebook and Twitter accounts and managing your settings on each

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Facebook and Twitter 101 20150529

  1. 1. FIRST THINGS FIRST Creating your Facebook account
  2. 2. STEP ONE Importing contacts
  3. 3. STEP ONE Importing contacts
  4. 4. STEP TWO Setting your profile picture
  5. 5. GETTING STARTED Your Welcome Screen
  6. 6. GETTING STARTED Privacy Tour
  7. 7. GETTING STARTED Privacy Tour
  8. 8. GETTING STARTED Privacy Tour
  9. 9. GETTING STARTED Privacy Tour
  10. 10. YOUR PROFILE PAGE Your Cover Photo
  11. 11. YOUR PROFILE PAGE Your Cover Photo
  12. 12. YOUR PROFILE PAGE The About Section
  13. 13. YOUR FACEBOOK ACCOUNT Pre-confirmation
  14. 14. CONFIRMATION EMAIL Make it official
  15. 15. YOUR NEW FACEBOOK ACCOUNT Post Confirmation
  16. 16. THE NEWSFEED Your Homepage
  17. 17. FACEBOOK FRIENDS Add Friends
  18. 18. FACEBOOK FRIENDS Confirm Friends
  19. 19. FACEBOOK PAGES Like Organizations, Companies, Public Figures, Etc.
  20. 20. FACEBOOK PAGES Like Organizations, Companies, Public Figures, Etc.
  21. 21. UPDATE Your Homepage
  22. 22. BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS Manage Your Settings
  23. 23. To view and adjust your privacy settings: 1. Click on the triangle next to the lock at the top of the page 2. Select Settings from the dropdown menu 3. Click on Privacy in the left column BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS Manage Your Settings
  24. 24. How to choose who sees your posts: BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS Selecting an Audience
  25. 25. BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS Selecting an Audience
  26. 26. BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS Selecting an Audience
  27. 27. How to choose who sees your posts: BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS Selecting an Audience • You'll also find an audience selector tool most places you share status updates, photos and other stuff. • Remember, when you post to another person's timeline, that person controls what audience can view the post.
  28. 28. BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS Changing Past Posts If you want to change who you shared something with after you post it, return to the audience selector and pick a new audience. You can also adjust the audience of many posts at once.
  29. 29. BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS Changing Past Posts Some important notes about this tool: • If you want to undo this action in the future, you'll need to adjust the audience of each individual post. • If you have shared a previous post with a Custom audience such as Friends except Acquaintances or Close Friends, this tool will not change the audience for those past posts. • If you tagged someone in the post, the audience of the post will still include the person you tagged and people they include in posts they're tagged in. • This tool only controls the audience for posts you've shared. If you've been tagged in someone else's post, they control the audience.
  30. 30. BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS Your Activity Log To get to your activity log to you review and manage what you share on Facebook: • Click your privacy shortcuts in the upper-right corner of the page and select Who can see my stuff? • Click Use Activity Log (after Where do I review who can see or find things I’ve posted or been tagged in?).
  31. 31. • Tags can added to photos, as well as posts. Anyone can tag you in anything. Once you are tagged, you and your friends will be able to see it (such as in News Feed or in search). • Your photos and the photos you're tagged in are visible to:  The audience they're shared with  The people tagged in the photo  Friends that the people tagged choose to add to the audience. • Tags from people you're not friends with will appear in your Activity Log under Posts You’re Tagged In, where you can decide if you want to allow them on your Timeline. Remember, posts you choose not to allow on your Timeline may appear in News Feed and elsewhere on Facebook. • There are a few things you can do to make it more difficult to tag you. BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS Tagging
  32. 32. Your Tag settings: BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS Tagging
  33. 33. BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS Tagging
  34. 34. BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS Tagging
  35. 35. BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS Tagging
  36. 36. BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS Tagging
  37. 37. BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS Tagging
  38. 38. To remove a tag from a post you’re tagged in: • From your Activity Log, click and select Report/Remove Tag. BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS Tagging
  39. 39. BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS Tagging To remove a tag from a post you’re tagged in: • From your Activity Log, on the arrow in the upper-right corner of the post and select Report/Remove Tag or or Report post.
  40. 40. Remove a tag from a photo you’re tagged in: From the photo, click Options at the bottom of the photo: BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS Tagging
  41. 41. You can also remove tags from multiple photos at once, Go to your activity log 1. Click Photos in the left-hand column 2. Select the photos you'd like to remove a tag from 3. Click Report/Remove Tags at the top of the page 4. Click Untag Photos to confirm Remember, when you remove a tag, that tag will no longer appear on the post or photo, but that post or photo is still visible to the audience it's shared with on other places on Facebook, such as in News Feed and search. BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS Tagging
  42. 42. BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS Sharing The good news: If a person shares your Friends Only post, only your friends will see the shared post. • However, when you comment on or "like" someone else's story, or write on their timeline, that person gets to select the audience. For example, if a friend posts a Public story and you comment on it, your comment will be Public. You can see the audience someone selected for their story before you post a comment, however, the person who posted the story may later change their audience. • If you do not want someone to tag you, you have to reach out to them and give them that feedback. If that does not work, you can block them. This will prevent them from tagging you going forward. You can also report the post. • If you tag someone, that person and their friends can see your story no matter what audience you selected. The same is true when you approve a tag someone else adds to your story. • Comments on Pages are always public.
  43. 43. BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS App Settings
  44. 44. BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS App Settings
  45. 45. BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS Visibility
  46. 46. BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS Visibility
  47. 47. BASIC PRIVACY SETTINGS AND TOOLS Notifications
  48. 48. FACEBOOK RESOURCES Privacy, Pages and Groups Facebook Privacy Settings and Tools: http://on.fb.me/ZIkhgx & https://www.facebook.com/about/basics/ Facebook Pages Basics: http://on.fb.me/16H9UNC Facebook Groups Basics: http://on.fb.me/170acZe Help Center: https://www.facebook.com/help/ What’s New on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1bwOYY3 dinica.williams@ohea.org
  49. 49. NOW WHAT? Status Updates
  50. 50. BASIC TERMS Hashtags
  51. 51. BASIC TERMS Unfriend, Follow, and Message (Chat)
  52. 52. BASIC TERMS Like, Comment, and Share
  53. 53. WHAT IS TWITTER? In a nutshell • Twitter is a free social networking micro- blogging service that allows users to publish short posts online called Tweets. • Tweets, which may include links, are limited to 140 characters, including spaces and punctuation. Twitter uses tinyurl.com to automatically shorten long URLs, but can use any link shortener you chose, e.g. Bitly. Pictures use up characters. • On Twitter you can follow other users and then you will see their Tweets on your homepage as soon as they post something new. • The default settings for Twitter are public. Unlike Facebook where users need to approve social connections, anyone can follow anyone on Twitter if their account is public.
  54. 54. FIRST THINGS FIRST Creating your Twitter account Your username preceded by the @ symbol is how you’ll be identified on Twitter, e.g. @DinicaW or @OhioEA
  55. 55. STEP ONE Connect Your Cell Phone (Optional)
  56. 56. STEP TWO Choose your interests
  57. 57. STEP THREE Twitter’s Who To Follow suggestions
  58. 58. STEP FOUR Setting your profile picture
  59. 59. STEP FIVE Importing contacts
  60. 60. STEP SIX Follow people you know
  61. 61. FINAL STEP Confirm your email address
  62. 62. SETTINGS Manage Your Settings
  63. 63. MANAGE YOUR SETTINGS Account
  64. 64. MANAGE YOUR SETTINGS Security
  65. 65. MANAGE YOUR SETTINGS Privacy
  66. 66. MANAGE YOUR SETTINGS Privacy
  67. 67. MANAGE YOUR SETTINGS Text Notifications
  68. 68. MANAGE YOUR SETTINGS Email Notifications
  69. 69. MANAGE YOUR SETTINGS Online Notifications
  70. 70. MANAGE YOUR SETTINGS Mute or Block Accounts
  71. 71. MANAGE YOUR SETTINGS Design
  72. 72. MANAGE YOUR SETTINGS Design
  73. 73. YOUR PROFILE What other people see
  74. 74. BASIC TERMS Glossary @ The @ sign is used to call out usernames in Tweets: "Hello @twitter!" People will use your @username to mention you in Tweets, send you a message or link to your profile. Direct Messages Direct Messages are private messages sent from one Twitter user to another Twitter users. You can Direct Message someone for one-on-one private conversations, or between groups of users. favorite Favoriting a Tweet indicates that you liked a specific Tweet. You can find all of your favorite Tweets by clicking on the favorites link on your profile page. hashtag A hashtag is any word or phrase immediately preceded by the # symbol. When you click on a hashtag, you'll see other Tweets containing the same keyword or topic.
  75. 75. BASIC TERMS Glossary header photo Your personal image that you upload, which appears at the top of your profile. Home Home is your real-time stream of Tweets from those you follow. list From your own account, you can create a group list of other Twitter users by topic or interest (e.g., a list of friends, coworkers, celebrities, athletes). Twitter lists also contain a timeline of Tweets from the specific users that were added to the list, offering you a way to follow individual accounts as a group on Twitter. mention Mentioning other users in your Tweet by including the @ sign followed directly by their username is called a “mention.” Also refers to Tweets in which your @username was included. Similar to tagging in Facebook.
  76. 76. BASIC TERMS Glossary pinned Tweets You can pin a Tweet to the top of your profile page to keep something important to you above the flow of time-ordered Tweets. profile Your profile displays information you choose to share publicly, as well as all of the Tweets you've posted. Your profile along with your @username identify you on Twitter. Promoted Accounts/Trends/Tweets Bought by advertisers to appear in your Home timeline and elsewhere on the site. As opposed to Trends and Top Tweets, which are determined by an algorithm that calculates what is most popular at that moment. protected/private accounts Twitter accounts are public by default. Choosing to protect your account means that your Tweets will only be seen by approved followers and will not appear in search.
  77. 77. BASIC TERMS Glossary reply A response to another user's Tweet that begins with the @username of the person you're replying to is known as a reply. Reply by clicking the "reply" button next to the Tweet you'd like to respond to. This will only show up in the timeline of people who follow you and the other user. Retweet A Tweet that you forward to your followers is known as a Retweet. Often used to pass along news or other valuable discoveries on Twitter, Retweets always retain original attribution. timeline A timeline is a real-time stream of Tweets. Your Home stream, for instance, is where you see all the Tweets shared by your friends and other people you follow. timestamp The date and time a Tweet was posted to Twitter. A Tweet's timestamp can be found in grey text in the detail view of any Tweet.
  78. 78. START TWEETING #MyFirstTweet Leave 13-25 characters to allow for Retweets, depending on the length of your username. Retweets add the characters: “RT @username: ” Images will be cropped in the timeline at a 2:1 width to height ratio, i.e. 1200 pixels wide by 600 pixels tall.
  79. 79. START TWEETING #MyFirstTweet
  80. 80. TWITTER RESOURCES Privacy, Pages and Groups The Twitter Glossary: https://support.twitter.com/articles/166337-the-twitter- glossary Twitter Basics: https://support.twitter.com/groups/50-welcome-to-twitter Managing your profile and account settings: https://support.twitter.com/groups/51-me Help Center: https://support.twitter.com/ dinica.williams@ohea.org

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