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Showing posts with label Timeline. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Timeline. Show all posts

Thursday, June 14, 2012

How to review posts friends tag you in before it appears on your Facebook Timeline



With Facebook you know how your pals keep posting updates and tagging you in it. Sometimes these tagged posts may not be something you really want to appear on your Timeline. Facebook has a process found in your privacy settings to take care of this. It is nice to have people tagging you in a post but if you would like to review all these posts before they appear on your Timeline, you can use this workaround to make sure nothing appears without your approval. This goes for all kinds of posts like pics, videos, status updates etc.


How to review a post before it appears on my Facebook Timeline
1. Login to Facebook
2. Click the down-arrow beside home
3. Choose Privacy Settings
4. Beside Timeline and Tagging click on Edit Settings
5. beside 'Review posts friends tag you in before they appear on your Timeline Choose 'On'
6. You now see a screen with Enabled on it - this will mean that posts your tagged in need your approval before they appear on your Timeline
7. Select Enabled and you're done - to disable this option please follow the same process and choose 'Disabled'. 


Note: Posts your tagged in may still appear elsewhere.  When you have a post to review, the Needs Review tab will appear on your timeline.








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Sociolatte



Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Get your Facebook Timeline before is becomes mandatory



Facebook has been slowly moving towards making it mandatory for all profiles to move to the new Timeline. Timeline is the new profile and people who have so far not moved might actually want to get started. Once you decide to add the new Timeline to your profile you will have seven days to clear things up and ensure that things that should not be there are not. Timeline is like one big giant resume and looks exactly as it sounds, it is Timeline of all your past events on Facebook from the time you joined. 


When you first preview Timeline you will see thing son your Timeline that you thought was long gone from Facebook. It will however show up on Timeline and therefore it is mandatory to review everything that appears there before it goes live on the site. Users are now being notified on top of their homepage that they are being updated to Timeline. From that day on they have just seven days to get their timeline right. You can however take the initiative and get it right now.


We have a lot of Timeline guides that have been prepared for to make use of and help you get started. These guides can help you set-up Timeline before you are forced to use it. Here are a few of them.
How to edit Timeline
Timeline guide
Get Facebook Timeline now




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Sociolatte



Sunday, March 18, 2012

How to suggest friends on Facebook


With users beginning to familiarize themselves with the new Timeline. This post comes as another helpful tip to help you know your Timeline better. Like it or not Timeline for Facebook is here to stay. You might be wondering how to suggest a new friend to someone on Facebook. This is the old functionality that all of us have been familiar with. When you want to make sure two of your friends get introduced to each other. This is also a great way to introduce people on Facebook. With this functionality so easy you get your friends to Facebook each other. Great way to bring people together on Facebook



How to suggest friends on facebook
1. Login to Facebook
2. Click on the person's profile who you want to introduce the other person to.
3. On the bottom of their profile cover is the tab 'Messages' with a drop-down button next to it.
4. Click on the drop-down and choose 'Suggest friends'

How to suggest friends on Facebook



5. From the pop-up window you can start by typing a friend's name or scrolling through your entire friend's list and choose the one or more you want to suggest.
6. Once your done click on 'Send Suggestions'
7. Each friend that you have selected will receive an invitation to add your friend as a friend.
8. You're done.

Please leave a comment with your feedback to continue this discussion.

Saturday, March 17, 2012

Why don’t I have Facebook Timeline?



Well it seems that half of all Facebook users have got Timeline and the other half have not. Many users have not yet had the time to login to Facebook and keep up with all it's happenings. This has led people who have probably just joined or do not login too often to find out about this new profile thing they find on their friends profiles and have found out it is called Timeline. The reason why not everyone has it is because it is still not mandatory for everyone to have timeline it is being rolled out in a phased manner. if on top of your profile you see a link to edit your timeline. This would mean that you have 7 days to get your Timeline in order before it goes live. So if you do not have timeline you get get it right now, simply click the link at the end of this article.


Once you get your Timeline on Facebook you will need to remember that whatever goes on Timeline will go through something called 'Activity Log'. This is a chronological list of all your activity on Facebook and from here you will be able to decide what goes on your Timeline and what stays off. You can edit all your Timeline info through the activity log. We have a Facebook Timeline guide to help you through your Facebook Timeline setup and can be found here. There are a couple of videos that will also serve as a guide. 
Click here if you don't have Timeline and get it now. Once you land on this page scroll down and click on the link 'Get it now'. 





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Sociolatte



Friday, March 16, 2012

How to disable or remove Facebook Timeline and view profiles in the old Facebook style





Facebook Old profile style

There is new a hand y little app that helps you hide Facebook Timeline. The app is actually a chrome extension that you can add to your chrome browser and it works by hiding Timeline. You can then begin to view your profiles and other people's profiles with the old Facebook back and not in the new Facebook Timeline mode. When other people visit your profile however they will still be able to view your profile in the Timeline format. So, it does not really turn-off Facebook Timeline but simply hides it from you while you are browsing Facebook.

In reality your Facebook profile will still show in the new Timeline format but while you are working on Facebook Timeline everything you view will be in the old Facebook style and format. So if you find it annoying to keep looking at people's profiles in the new Facebook Timeline style this will bring you the old Facebook look, feel and style back. Something that most users had gotten used to and fell in love with. This extension will do a pretty good job at bringing it back for you. There is a also a toggle in the app to help you switch between old and new Facebook. So when your want to view profile with Timeline all you need to do is to toggle back and forth between old and new styles.


So keep in mind that this app only disables the display of the new Timeline and does not get rid of it. So in essence it allows you to work and use Facebook in the old style, when you view your friends profiles, they will appear in the old Facebook style with the Timeline. When you friends view your profile it will appear in the Timeline display.
Timeline Remove





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Sociolatte



Sunday, March 11, 2012

Facebook Cover Photo Privacy Settings



This post has more to do with what actually happens once you upload a cover photo. Because if you're wondering if the Facebook cover photo has any options for privacy, there are none. You Cover photo is public and that's why when you visit your albums on Facebook you 'Cover Photos' album does not have cog and a drop-down arrow to change privacy settings. The Album only has a globe icon and if you hover over the globe icon you will see a pop-up with the message 'Cover Photos are public'. Facebook Cover Photo Privacy Settings are nil.

This means if you are really concerned about your privacy and you choose a personal photo as a cover pic, be sure that it is visible to everyone. Your Facebook Timeline is like a resume with everything you decide to share with the public visible to everyone. So if there is a pic that you would rather not upload and make visible to the public. Cover Photo is not a place for it, once upload as a cover photo it is visible. Timeline is your new Facebook Profile and when people search for you and if you have Timeline enabled then this is what they see and you cannot make your Cover Photo only visible to a select few friends. 

Facebook Cover Photo Privacy Settings

Over the next few weeks Timeline will be rolled out to all users and whether you are ready or not, it is coming to you. This is the new Facebook profile that will be visible to all. So if there is a pic you do not want visible to the public, be sure not to upload it as a cover photo.


Tuesday, February 14, 2012

How to stop apps from posting to your Facebook Timeline



There are a whole lot of apps available and even websites these days have Facebook logins. Once you sign-in to an apps anywhere in the internet, you need to set to app permissions. One of the permissions the app usually requests for is the ability 'To post to Facebook as you'. If you allow this then the app can update your Facebook Timeline and News feed with your activity like what music you listened to and what videos you watched. Sometime the info posted by these apps can be potentially embarrassing. So if you have an app that is posting stuff to your Timeline and you would like to stop it, here is how to do it. To illustrate we will use the new Myspace app for Facebook. Whenever you listen to music on Myspace it shows up on your Facebook Timeline, this is because the app was given permission to do so. 


How to stop apps from posting to Facebook as me
1. Login to Facebook
2. Click the down-arrow beside the home button
3. Click on Privacy Settings
4. Beside Apps and Websites click on Edit Settings
5. Beside Apps you use click on Edit Settings



6. Click on edit beside the app you want to stop from posting to Facebook
7. Click the (x) besides posts to Facebook as me



8. You're done



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Sociolatte



Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Move photos to a different album on Facebook


This post is in response to a question by one of our users. can I move photos from one album to another without having to upload them all over again?. The answer is yes, it is very easy to move photos between albums on Facebook without having to upload them once again. This can be done on the new Facebook Timeline by accessing your photos link on Timeline. It will also be good to remember that this works only with albums you have created and not for albums that have been complied automatically. Compiled automatically will mean those albums that are created automatically by Facebook like Profile Pictures, Mobile Uploads and Wall Photos Albums. These are albums that get created automatically from photos you upload randomly to your Timeline.


Move photos to a different album on Facebook


How to move photos to a different album on Facebook


1. Click on the photos link on your Timeline or profile and choose an existing album
2. Click on Edit Album found on the top of the page above the photos
3. Click or select Edit Photos found in the bottom left corner
Note: With the new settings you will have to move your photos around. Move to different placeholders or just drag-and-drop till the move options pops-up.
4. Select a new album from the drop-down menu found under each photo you wish to move.
5. Select the album you wish to move to found under each photos
6. Click Save Changes to move the selected photos
7. You're done


Note: You cannot move to albums that have been compiled automatically by Facebook. So the Facebook Timeline Covers album will not be available in the drop-down menu. You can move any photo to an Album you've created.

Please check video below for details
http://youtu.be/u4yAkSZM1GY

 

 

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

How to delete a post on someone else's Facebook Timeline


Now that you have begun to cleanup your Timeline and make sure it is ready for public viewing, this is if you have just got Timeline as your new profile. If you have had Timeline for sometime and have been busy deleting posts and adjusting your Timeline. You might now want to check what you have posted on other people's profiles that is now showing up on your friends' Timelines. This will include all your posts, pics, images and videos. There is an option for you to quickly find all your posts and see all your posts that you have posted on other people's wall that is now showing up on their Timelines. The instructions below will help you on, how to delete a post on someone else's Facebook Timeline.



How to remove or delete your posts from other people's Timelines. (Including likes, events and other posts)
1. Login to Facebook
2. Click on your name to bring up your Timeline
3. Click on activity log
4. Click on 'All' found on the top right-hand corner
5. Choose 'Your Posts', this will bring up all your posts found all over Fb.
6. Find the post you want to delete and remove it, you cannot hide it as it is found on someone elses' Timeline. You will have to delete.
7. Once your satisfied you're done.

Facebook Timeline: Control who can view your Timeline and make it private




If you are worried that your new FB profile, now known as Timeline is visible to everyone under the 'Public' settings on Facebook, you can change that now. There is a Global setting reserved for who can view your Facebook Timeline and there are three options available. You can choose between 'Everyone', 'Friends' and Friends of friends'. The implications of this setting would be you can set your Facebook Timeline to private and ensure that only your FB friends are able to view your Timeline. If you do not want everyone who visits your profile to view your Timeline you can limit the audience of your Timeline. 


How to adjust your Facebook Timeline visibility settings
1. Login to Facebook
2. Click on the down arrow next to the home button
3. Choose privacy settings
4. Beside 'how you connect' click on 'Edit Settings'
5. Beside 'who can look up your Timeline by name or contact info' click on 'everyone'
6. Now you can choose between 'Everyone, Friends or friends of friends'. Choosing everyone would mean anyone on Facebook or people who find your profile through search engines will be able to view your Timeline, if you choose friends then only your pals can view your Timeline. Friends of friends means people who are friends of your pals can also view your Timeline
7. Choose your privacy option
8. Click done and you're done.




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Sociolatte



Monday, January 30, 2012

Control who can see my friends list on Facebook Timeline



Facebook Timeline has a feature that is very similar to the one found on LinkedIn. You can adjust your friends list privacy settings and decide who gets to see your list of friends. There are many reasons you might want to do this on Facebook. Many teens have been leaving Facebook and heading to Twitter citing privacy concerns. Now that their parents, uncles, aunts and grandparents have been sending them friend requests. Their space has slowing been slipping away online. Not to worry, the new Timeline does have some good to it and one of them is the ability to hide your friends list from certain people, or make it public and available to everyone or just visible to your friends. You can also make it visible to once certain lists you have like your business list or close friends list, you get to decide and choose.


How to Control who can see my friends list on Facebook Timeline and adjust full friends list privacy settings
1. Login to Facebook
2. Click on your name to bring up your new profile also known as Timeline
3. Click on your list of friends
4. Click on the pencil icon titled 'edit'
5. Click on the Globe Icon
6. You can now choose between public, friends, only me, custom or certain lists only. If you choose custom you can make your friends list visible to certain people or hide it from certain people)
7. Once you make a choice you're done.




Please leave a comment with what you think.

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Facebook Timeline Guide





Image Credit: Facebook

Facebook launched Timeline last year with the option for users to try it out, test it for 7 days before it goes live on their profiles. Over the next week whether you are ready or not it is coming to you, once you see the announcement on top of your homepage, you will have 7 days to check it out and delete or remove or add stories to your Timeline. This is going to take many uses by surprise and the rush is going to be on as to how on earth do you get it ready before friends can see your Timeline.


We have a few guides to help you get started and we have them listed below. If you require further guides and lists do let us know in the comment section below.

1. How to delete old posts on Facebook Timeline

2. How to limit the audience of past posts on your Timeline

3. How to upload videos to your Timeline

4. How to add apps to your Timeline 


5. How to get Facebook Timeline right now
6. Difference between delete and hide post on Timeline
7. How to set your full friends list privacy settings
8. How to make sure your Timeline can be viewed only by friends and set it to private. 



A lot of the adjustments you will make will be through the activity log

1. What is the activity log and how does it work? 

2. how to allow, feature or hide posts on Timeline using the activity log. 




Blog Post by Facebook announcing the Timeline now being available globally can be found here


Facebook Timeline: How to videos







Move photos between albums






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Sociolatte