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Here are a couple of settings you can use to reduce the chance of being reminded of things you’d rather not be reminded of.
You may not have full control of your news feed, but there are a few options to increase your odds of seeing posts from your favorite Facebook Pages.
No need to wait for Facebook to point out your Memories from over the years. Now you can find them yourself!
Save Facebook posts or be notified when others make comments on them without sharing or commenting on them yourself.
Tech-savvy types are welcome too!
You have several options for choosing what appears in your own Facebook news feed. What appears in your friends’ feeds? Not so much.
A workaround for one of Facebook’s most annoying “features”…
Learn how to avoid passing along these common types of myths and hoaxes.
Learn what this ubiquitous symbol means and how to make the most of it in your tweets.
Notable posts and reader comments from the past month.
A few months ago, Facebook did one of those cute things it likes to do where it adds an annoying new feature and doesn’t bother telling anybody about it.
Three years later, people are still asking this question but the answer stays the same.
Learn how Graph Search affects what people can and cannot find out about you on Facebook.
Learn how to protect your privacy when other people post things about you on Facebook.
Learn how to manage the privacy settings for things you post on Facebook.
First of a 4-part series on the current state of Facebook privacy controls.
There seems to have been a rash of incidents on Facebook over the last couple of days where people are getting notifications that they have viewed one of their friend’s profiles or that one of their friends has viewed theirs–even when neither of these things has happened in recent memory.