Showing posts with label Facebook. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Facebook. Show all posts

You can Bookmark News Feeds in Facebook Now

Posted by Unknown Posted on Monday, July 28, 2014
Earlier in Facebook it was not easy to book mark the posts you like and review it later. Now Facebook introduced a new feature to SAVE the news feeds you are interested in and read it later. This feature will be very useful to keep a track of interested posts if you are running short time while on Facebook.

This feature is available in Web and Mobile and lets you save Events, Links, Music, Movies, TV shows, Books and Places.  The saved items will be kept as private until you share them and also you will get notification if you do not look at the saved feeds for a while. So you will not miss any interested feeds.

How to Save Facebook News feeds


To save the feeds, click on down pointing arrow at the top of the post and select save option from the drop down menu.



How to review Saved items


From Facebook home, click on SAVED in the navigation link. On mobile, click on the more tab.



The saved items can be accessed by category or by clicking All 



Later you can archive or permanently delete the Saved items by clicking the “X” on the top-right corner of the post.

How to logout Facebook from other computer or devices

Posted by Unknown Posted on Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Facebook provides an option to track your log in and stop the activities on other computer and devices. This option is very helpful those who use public computers to check Facebook updates. For this 

1. Log in to your Facebook account and click on the down arrow icon at the top right corner and select settings from the menu popped up 

2. Select Security and click on “ Where You're Logged In” . It displays the current session, and other sessions on the same page (The devices are sorted by desktop, mobile and other)

Facebook Security settings

3. Each session is display the last access date, location and device type. Click on End Activity to stop the active sessions on other computer or devices. 

Official Facebook App for Windows 8.1

Posted by Unknown Posted on Thursday, October 17, 2013
Here is a good news for Windows 8.1 users, the social networking giant launched their official Facebook app for Windows 8.1. Instead of unofficial apps, now you can download and install Facebook app from windows store

The app look similar to the website, however there is some additional features and also optimized for touch devices. The app will run in background and notify you about updates when you are working with other apps. 

Features

  • Your friends are always at your side, even when you're using other apps
  • See what your friends are up to
  • Get notified when friends like and comment on your posts
  • Get updates on your Start screen
  • Share updates and photos
  • Chat and have group conversations


Five years of Facebook [ Infographic ]

Posted by Unknown Posted on Saturday, February 16, 2013
LONO Creative designed visual treat of the past 5 years of Facebook with consolidated their milestones, achievements and the process of their evolution. This infographic expresses the significant and rapid growth of Facebook. Just have a look at it...



Facebook introduced new privacy shortcuts

Posted by Unknown Posted on Saturday, December 22, 2012


Security was always being a concern while using Facebook. As part of their ongoing effort now Facebook introduced new privacy shortcuts at the top of the page. You may have noticed it, the lock icon at the top of the page.
This update makes their security settings simple and you don’t have a computer geek to manage it. The latest updates include:

1. New privacy shortcuts in the lock icon at the top of the page
2. An easier-to-use Activity Log
3. A new Request and Removal tool for managing multiple photos you're tagged in
4. Settings are easier to get to, and some have been reworded in plainer language
5. A new setting has been added, 1 has been retired and 2 have moved inline

Visit https://www.facebook.com/about/details to see the details of the privacy settings change in Facebook.

Facebook Messenger for Firefox

Posted by Unknown Posted on Saturday, December 08, 2012
If you are using latest version of Firefox, here is good news for you!!!

You can make it possible for social network features to be accessed straight from Firefox. It support Facebook only now and should eventually include most other major social sites such as Twitter. 

This feature lets you access Facebook directly from your browser without being on Facebook site. Once you enabled this feature; you get extra buttons in the toolbar and from there you can see what’s happening on your Facebook account.

You get four buttons to be precise. The first is the options which let you hide/show the sidebar or switch off the Facebook integration. You then get buttons for friend requests, messages and notifications exactly as you do on the website. The buttons work exactly the same as the website as well giving you a clear indication if you have any new notifications/messages/requests and how many. Clicking on them opens a little box exactly the same as on the website. You also get little pop ups in the bottom left if you get a notification whilst you are browsing.

To enable this you need to go to the official page Messenger for Firefox and click the Turn On button.


Write us your experience with this feature under comments.

Facebook AV Marketplace Expanded with 7 new partners

Posted by Unknown Posted on Saturday, October 20, 2012
In our previous post we have discussed about the Facebook Anti-Virus Marketplace where the Facebook users can download full versions of anti-virus software for six-month subscription without any charge. It was a great offer for millions of Facebook users who cares security and privacy.

Here comes the exciting news, last week Facebook announced the expansion of AV Market place to include 7 new partners to their growing coalition of security companies. Starting now, Facebook users will be able to download software from avast!, AVG, Avira, Kaspersky, Panda, Total Defense, and Webroot including from the existing partners Microsoft, McAfee, Norton, TrendMicro, and Sophos . Also to make your Facebook experience even more secure many of the existing partners offering anti-virus software for your mobile devices and Mac.

Facebook AV Marketplace

You can visit the AV Marketplace now to download your free anti-virus software for PC, Mac and Mobile. These 12 companies will join on the Facebook Security Blog, where you can learn more about how to keep yourself safe and your information secure both on and off Facebook. 

Facebook Shortcut Keys – Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox

Posted by Unknown Posted on Saturday, June 30, 2012
Key board shortcuts are always a mile stone and in my previous post I described about Internet Explorer and Windows 8 keyboard shortcuts. We are all social network users and almost everyone have the Facebook account. Here I would like to share the common Facebook Shortcut Keys which you can use in top 3 Internet browsers.