4 Facebook Tricks You Do Not Know, but Should!
Chances are you have a Facebook, but that doesn’t mean you know everything it can do
Most everyone has been on Facebook, but even the most avid users may not know every trick. Let’s take a look at the Facebook options you probably didn’t know exist, and will surely love to use
1. Logout Remotely
Remember when you forgot your phone, and had to use a friend’s to log into Facebook? Well, you forgot to logout. But don’t worry. With this hidden feature, you can log yourself out remotely, before your friend starts liking, commenting, and filling your page with cheesy posts. All you need to do is open Facebook, click the down arrow at the top right of your screen, and select “Settings.” Go to “Security,” and click, “Where You’re Logged In.” Scroll through the list, and select “End Activity” wherever you don’t want to be.
2. Secret Unfollow
Do you feel stuck seeing a constant stream of selfies from people you don’t want to see, but know you can’t unfriend? Rather than unfriending someone, and possibly hurting their feelings, you can unfollow them instead. Go to their page, and select “Unfollow” from the list of ‘Friend’ options. They won’t be notified about the change, and you won’t have to see any of their posts in your feed again. If you ever get curious about what they’re up to, you can always check out their profile, or change the “Follow” option later on.
3. Save for Later
The handy “Save for Later” tool that you typically see as an email option is also available on your Facebook page! When you find a great post on Facebook, but don’t have the time to read it, you can quickly put it away with this easy-to-use feature. Look for the down arrow on the top right of your screen, and click “Save Link.” Take a look at the sidebar to the left. Do you see the “Saved Folder” link? The posts you love will be there, ready and waiting for when you need them.
4. Language Settings
No matter what your native tongue may be, you can find other options under the “Language Settings” tab. Under “Settings,” click “Language,” and then “Edit.” Choose the language you’re looking for in the scroll box. Although there will be a lot of typical language options, you can find something different as well, like upside-down or pirate English.
Did you know all of these Facebook tricks? If not, it just goes to show that you learn something new everyday! Be sure to share any other Facebook secrets you’ve discovered in the comments below.