5 Useful Facebook Settings We Bet You Aren’t Using. Facebook is officially the biggest social media which means more and more people have subscribed to the service. Yet, only few people know all the potential of this social network.
In this write-up, we take on a brief exploration of the famous Mark Zuckerberg’s creation.
1. Read hidden messages
In case you don’t know, Facebook has two inboxes. One of them is for messages from people who aren’t your friends on Facebook. To read these messages, you need to click the ’Message’ icon, then click ’Message Requests,’ and tap ’See filtered requests.’
2. Check where you logged in
If you’re wondering if you logged out of your friend’s PC, you can click a small down arrow in the upper right corner of the screen. Select ’Settings,’ click ’Security’ from the list on the left, and then select ’Where You’re Logged In.’ Now you can track all the browsers where you’re logged in. To log out of any browser, just click ’End activity.’
3. Be sure you won’t be cracked
If you have any doubts about the Facebook security system, you can use ’Login Approvals’ on the ’Security’ tab. The security system will require a password when logging in to your account from an unknown device. In the case of logging onto your page from a device that you’ve never used, you’ll need to use a password that will be sent to your phone.
4. Choose a friend responsible for your account
Facebook gives you the opportunity to choose a person who will be responsible for your page if you die, by clicking the ’Trusted Contacts’ on the ’Security’ tab. Trusted contacts won’t be able to publish or chat on your behalf. Their job is to change your profile picture and answer friend requests.
5. Have some nostalgia
Sometimes we want to take one more look at our old ridiculous photos and old conversations with our best friends. To do this, you don’t need to scroll down, you can simply click the ellipsis icon in your friend’s profile and tap ’See Friendship.’