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How to Secure Facebook Account With Mobile in 4 Easy Steps

How to Secure Facebook Account With Mobile in 4 Easy Steps.

Given the amount of information we share on Facebook, it is very important to make sure you don’t share more than you need to. I mean, there have been times when people have lost their jobs due to Facebook posts. People often casually share their views, opinions, photos and videos on Facebook, which leads to all sorts of problems. Most often they are drunk, high, or think no one is watching.

How to secure a Facebook account using a mobile phone in 4 steps

This guide will guide you through setting your privacy and security settings and protecting your Facebook account with a mobile device, so you can share information with the people you want to share with and are protected from hackers and thieves who want to use your data for their own purposes. … … Let’s start.

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Step 1: Secure your login with password and two-factor authentication

Let’s start with your Facebook account settings. In the “Account Settings” section, select “Security & Login”. The first option that you get under the heading “Recommended” is “Choose the friends you want to contact if you get blocked.” Here you can choose from 3 to 5 proxies from your friends list who will receive security codes in case you ever forget your password and are unable to log into your Facebook account.

Account Settings – Security & Login – Recommended

After you select Trusted Friends on Facebook, another option appears that says “Where are you signed in.” This list contains all the devices that are logged into your Facebook account. It also shows the time and location of the device. If you are unsure of any device, log out now.

Next on the list is the Change Password option. You can change your password by entering the old password and then the new password twice. It is recommended that you change your password every few months. This is because we use Facebook to connect to so many apps, log in to so many sites that there is always the risk that something went wrong.

Then go to the “Configure Advanced Security” option. Here you can receive notifications about logging in from unrecognized devices. You must leave this “On”. The second option is “Use two-factor authentication”. This means that every time you log into your Facebook account using your browser, you will receive a notification in your Facebook application asking you to verify your login. This adds an extra layer of protection.

When you enter Facebook two-factor authentication, first check the box to enable two-factor authentication and follow the process. Next, set recovery codes in case you need to login using a browser and don’t have a mobile phone to authenticate Facebook login. Write these recovery codes to a safe place and never lose them. If you have the Google Authenticator app installed, you can use the third-party Authenticator option to use the Google app instead of Facebook for code generation and login verification.

This is where we are done protecting your Facebook account from possible hacks and unrecognized logins. Now, in the next section, we’ll take a look at Facebook privacy issues, timeline and tag options, and public post options. These settings will ensure that you share with the people you want, not the rest of the world. Let’s start.

Step 2: Facebook privacy and schedule settings

Your privacy, timeline, and Facebook tag settings allow you to control who sees what on your profile. Here you can protect your updates, images, friends, videos, age and other personal information.

Go back to your account settings and click on “Privacy”.

The first option on the list is “Check a few important things.” This will guide you through a number of options, for example:

Choose who you share the news feed with. You can set it to Friends, Public, or Friends Except. The latter option will allow you to choose who you don’t want to share it with. Negative list. Add here all the names from the list of friends with whom you do not want to share the news.

Click Finish and then click Next. Here, you will see a list of personal information such as your email address, mobile number, age, date of birth, and more. Check again who you want to share this information with.

When you’re done, click Next again. You will see a list of all websites and apps that you are logged into using your Facebook account. Delete the ones you no longer need and click Next again. You made. Click the close button to return.

Step 3: Facebook Activity Settings

Now let’s take care of who sees what on your Facebook profile when you’re in the middle of a party and want to post an update. In your Facebook privacy settings, you will find the Your Activity option. There are three options here, so let’s take a quick look at each one.

Who can see your future posts?

This means that all your future messages will only be visible to your Friends if you set it to Friends. This is your default setting and most people only set it for friends. This way, if you forget to set a preference during the publication of an update, the default settings will take effect.

Limit who can see past messages

This is exactly the same as the above option, but for your past update posts that you’ve already posted. All errors can be corrected here.

Who can see the people, pages, and lists you follow

There are people you are friends with and subscribe to, and there are lists that you subscribe to and subscribe to. If you don’t want others to act wisely, choose Just Me or Friends. You can set it to Public if you don’t care.

Next on the list is “Who can see your friends list”. Set it to Only Me and no one will get wiser. Remember that when someone visits your profile and is friends with you, they can only see your mutual friends. Everyone else can’t see anything. This is it.

The last three options on the list relate to email, phone number, and search engine. Let’s go over them quickly. If you don’t want people to find you by email or your phone number on Facebook, select Just Me. Or you can let friends of friends find you. Since I am a blogger by hobby and profession, I have installed both for everyone. If you want Google and other search engines to find and display your profile in search results, set it to Yes.

Step 4: schedule and marking

This is the last section of our Facebook mobile privacy and settings guide. This is where you specify who can tag you in photos and updates, who sees what in your timeline.

You will find the timeline and tags in your account settings.

There are two options on the timeline. The first is “Who can post messages in your timeline.” There are only two options here. Friends and just me. So, set it to Friends if you don’t want anyone and everyone to post to your timeline.

The second option is “Who can see what others are posting on your timeline.” This means that if one of your friends posts a picture of you and him drunk on the floor, who do you want the post to be seen? Add it to your Friends List and only your friends will be able to see it. There are other options such as Friends of Friends, Just Me, and Friends besides Acquaintances. The latter option will show the message to your friends, but not to the people you work with, in the office, or to anyone else you’ve included on the list. Divide your friends list into close friends and acquaintances, and then choose the first one.

Moving on to the tag settings. Your friend is crazy and marks you in everything and everywhere? Uncomfortable or just annoying? This is where you can keep the situation under control before it quickly spins out of control.

There are three options available here. The first is “Who can see the messages you are tagged in.” Pretty obvious, and again you will get the same options as above in the timeline settings.

The second option is “who is the audience by tag”. Once again, set what you are comfortable with sharing. Remember, this is your audience, not your friends.

The third option is Facebook’s artificial intelligence, which tries to recognize your photos and automatically suggests tags to your friends. Set it to Friends and only they will see your tag suggestions when uploading photos.

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Facebook has actually made it easy to customize your profile’s privacy settings by logically grouping them, but sometimes it can be tricky to understand them. If you have questions or something that you do not understand, feel free to post your questions in the comments below and I will try to answer them.

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