By Marsha Collier
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AARP Facebook: Tech to Connect is choked with examples and advice to familiarize you with fb and all it has to supply. humans over fifty five are between Facebook's fastest-growing consumer section, with good over six million clients, and this advisor stocks the insights of many 50+ clients. It covers signing up, making a profile, including buddies, posting prestige updates, chatting on-line, importing photographs and video, growing occasions, becoming a member of teams, and masses more.
- Covers developing and tweaking a profile, discovering and including associates, developing occasions and teams, subscribing to information feeds, growing prestige updates, and sending messages to friends
- Explains tips on how to develop into a fan, play social video games, upload and deal with functions, publish notes, percentage hyperlinks, upload and tag images, and...
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Part of the fun of the online world is the visual. Sharing photos and videos (even those you didn’t create yourself) with friends and family gives your community insights into what you’re doing and your interests. It’s fun — and best of all, it’s not difficult once you’ve read these tips. 5. Fine-Tuning: Account and Privacy Settings. We’re all concerned with privacy. Experience tells us that once you’ve announced something in public, it’s no longer private. Here I tell you how to limit some comments and posts to a select group of your friends — or to the entire world.
Take a look at your blue toolbar on the top-left of your page: The button resembles the silhouette of two people. If you have a new Friend Request, you see a small red box with a number in it, overlapping the icon. To access your Friend Requests, click the icon. 2. When you click the icon, a drop-down menu listing your Friend Requests appears. At the bottom of the box, click the See All Friend Requests link so you can go to a full page to examine these requests more closely. 3. Once you have accessed your Friend Requests, you’ll see your potential friend’s photo and name.
If you don’t want to grant blanket access, that’s okay, too (I don’t — refer to Figure 1-7). So click Close, and there you are, in all your glory. 12. You may now pose for your picture. When you’re satisfied with how your picture appears, click the small camera icon at the bottom of your image. 13. Facebook has now taken your picture! If you’re happy with it (or as happy as you can be at the moment), click the Save Picture button and your photo will upload to your Facebook Profile. Remember, you can always swap out this picture later.