Use MySpace People Search

Trying to find your friends on MySpace may be difficult, so learning how to use MySpace people search can really come in handy. MySpace is a community of thousands of people so it is common that some people may have have similar names. Using the MySpace people search allows you to narrow down these people so that you can easily find your friends without spending so much time just trying to find them. Here are a couple of steps that will help to make this process easier.

To use MySpace people search, you will need:

  • Computer with internet
  • MySpace account
  1. Log onto your MySpace account using your computer. You do not necessarily have to be logged in to use MySpace people search, but it gives you way more options if you are. 
  2. Look for the search field in the top right hand side of your computer screen. Type in the name of the person that you want to search for and click "enter" to submit. A list of people who match your name should appear on the next screen.
  3. If there are too many results click on the filter button. This will reveal a variety of options that will enable your to narrow down your search. You can enter things like gender, location and age until you find the person that you are looking for with MySpace people search.

MySpace has a long list of users therefore finding people may be difficult. Now that you know how to use MySpace people search you can find all of your friends.

 

 

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