Great Features On Facebook You Probably Didn’t Know About

Great Features On Facebook You Probably Didn’t Know About

With almost 2 billion people logging in on Facebook daily, it has become the most prominent social media site in the world, made by the billionaire American genius, Mark Zuckerberg. Despite this large number of consistent users, many aren’t making most of Facebook’s great features that can help extensively in living in the 21st century.

First, many Facebook users are not quite aware that they can discover the data Facebook has stored about them. It is no news that words are flying around on how big companies use personal data available on Facebook, which doesn’t make its users pretty comfortable. However, one can access one’s personal Facebook data by downloading it via visiting the Facebook Information tab. You can download not only the information but also decide what should be deleted and the info you no longer intend to make accessible for collection.

You can also create a fundraiser on Facebook, which helps extensively to broadcast your cause to your Facebook friends and ask for donations. Fundraisers on Facebook can be located in the News Feed Menu, where instructions for the necessary details to be filled are present.

It will further interest you to know that on Facebook, you can find an easy way to get a new job, and all you have to do is visit After this, you can adjust the filters by distance, job type, and category, which channels it down to your preference for subsequent application.

Furthermore, on Facebook, you can choose who gets to be your ‘legacy contact’, which means choosing an individual that can take control of your account in cases of emergency or the worst possible scenario – death. They can delete your account, turn it to a memorial or even send messages on your behalf. This feature can be set up in Account Settings.

Lastly, in cases where you see a post or info that strikes or interests you, but you’re unable to read and go through the post, Facebook affords you the ability to save links/posts for later readings. All you need to do is tap the three dots at the top right of the post and then go ahead to select ‘Save Post.’ They can be viewed later on the ‘Saved’ menu, which is on the left side of the desktop newsfeed. It’s also easily locatable on the main menu when using smartphones.

In conclusion, knowing you can easily do all the above on Facebook enhances your social media experience and helps you make the most of Facebook features, which can help you in real life.

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