Friend Lists are Facebook’s way of giving you separate groups (or circles) to communicate with. You can choose to only view content from one list OR you can choose to publish just to one list. This Show-Me video explains Friend Lists and shows you how to make and use them.
These video lessons will get you started on the right track with using Facebook. Lessons marked *Free are viewable by anyone, otherwise you must be a Geeks on Tour member. Login at the right, or click ‘Join Now.’
Facebook has multiple methods for deciding when to categorize a post as a Top Story. This Show-Me video will explain and give you some pointers. Note: Facebook has now renamed ‘Top Story’ to ‘Highlighted Story.’ They’ve also added a ‘Sort’ option at the top of your news feed allowing you to choose to sort with [Click for the rest ...]
Who can see your information on Facebook? This video has been updated to reflect changes made to Facebook privacy in September 2011. Now, you use the Inline Audience Selector for each time you post information in Facebook. This video will show you how.
As our news feeds grow and grow, facebook is devising ways to sort things out. Changes in September 2011 divided content into 3 levels – roughly based on importance: 1)Top Stories 2)Other Stories and 3)The Ticker … everything happening *right now* This show-me video gives you an orientation to this divided news feed.
Facebook’s home page is like your own custom Newspaper. You build it yourself by following friends and ‘Liking’ businesses and other pages. Whatever your friends or your favorite businesses post on their walls will show up on your ‘News Feed.’ The following video will show you. Hover your mouse over the video to see the [Click for the rest ...]
Not only can Facebook be your personalized custom newspaper, but you can also interact with it. You can comment on stories simply by clicking a little ‘comment’ link and typing. If you have nothing to say, you can still let your friends know you saw it with a simple click of the ‘Like’ link. This [Click for the rest ...]
Facebook’s Help Center is very easy to navigate and find what you need. You can access it with the Account menu: Help Center, or, if you’re not logged in, Help also appears in the menu at the bottom of the screen. Watch this video to learn more. Hover your mouse over the video to see [Click for the rest ...]