How To Use Facebook
If you haven't already, it is time to learn how to use Facebook. The site, used for social networking, is a great way to talk to friends and family members, keep up to date with what they are up to, and share and check out pictures. This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what this website will do. Make sure that you are in the loop with everything that goes on by learning how to use Facebook.
You will need:
- a computer
- internet access
- a desire to interact with other people
- Sign up for a Facebook account. The best way to learn how to use Facebook is to just jump right in. After filling out a few online forms and providing some personal information, you are all set to go. You will have your very own “page” filled with as much information as you want to share.
- Fill out profile information, You can talk about who you are dating/engaged/married to, where you were born, where you live and work now and even what types of movies and music that you like. If you want to share, go ahead. If you like to keep more to yourself you can. You can also decide who is going to have access to your account and how private you would like to keep it.
- Look for friends. As you learn how to use Facebook you are going to want to interact with other people. People that you already know may have an account, so you can type in their name and find them or search by their email address. When you find them, send them a friend request. They can either accept or deny.
- Have conversations with others through status updates, comments and chat. In the box that says, “What's on your mind?” you can fill out what your status is. Write in a quote, let people know what you are doing, or even upload a photo. You can also have a live chat with people who are also online at the same time as you.
- Become a fan of things you like. Certain pages are created that you can become a “fan” of. You can “like” the page and receive access to coupons, music, or games depending on the type of site it is. This can also give other people an idea of what you are interested in and what you like to do.
Trial and error is one of the best ways to learn how to use Facebook.