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  • ISBN-10: 1119179033
  • ISBN-13: 9781119179030
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  • Formaat: Paperback, 384 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 235x190x20 mm, kaal: 494 g, illustrations
  • Ilmumisaeg: 08-Apr-2016
  • Kirjastus: John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • ISBN-10: 1119179033
  • ISBN-13: 9781119179030
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A new edition of the bestselling how-to Facebook title Facebook is constantly changing and evolving, replacing old features and introducing new ones. This new edition of the bestselling guide quickly and easily gets you up and running on all the site has to offer. Packed with straightforward guidance that demystifies the nuts and bolts of this popular social media site, Facebook For Dummies covers everything from finding friends and planning events to uploading photos and videos and so much more. Facebook is here to stay. For its billions of worldwide users, it's become a central meeting place for people from all corners of the earth to connect and share. If you're the type to share snippets of your life through photos and writing or just find joy in reading and seeing what your family and friends are up to, there's something for everyone on Facebook. Providing coverage of the latest changes to the site, this go-to guide cuts through the confusion and offers plain-English guidance on using Facebook to its fullest so you can deepen your connections, stay social, and just have fun! * Get up to speed on Facebook's standalone messaging app * Grasp Facebook's growing connection to e-commerce * Find the scoop on cross-over posts and sharing through other sites * Make sense of photo-sharing capabilities, such as 360-degree photo viewing Whether you're a newbie or an old hat looking to make sense of the latest features, this friendly guide reveals the many faces of Facebook in a language you can understand.
Introduction 1(4)
About Facebook For Dummies
1(1)
Foolish Assumptions
2(1)
Icons Used in This Book
3(1)
Beyond the Book
3(2)
PART 1 GETTING STARTED WITH FACEBOOK
5(44)
Chapter 1 The Many Faces of Facebook
7(16)
So... What Is Facebook, Exactly?
8(2)
Discovering What You Can Do on Facebook
10(5)
Connect with friends
10(1)
Learn what's going on with your friends
10(1)
Establish a Timeline
11(1)
Communicate with Facebook friends
12(1)
Share your thoughts
12(1)
Share your pictures
13(1)
Plan Events
14(1)
Join and create Groups
14(1)
Facebook and the web
14(1)
Promote a cause or business
15(1)
Keeping in Mind What You Can't Do on Facebook
15(2)
You can't lie
16(1)
You can't be twelve
16(1)
You can't troll, spam, or harass
16(1)
You can't upload illegal content
17(1)
Realizing How Facebook Is Different from Other Social Sites
17(1)
How You Can Use Facebook
18(5)
Getting information
18(1)
Keeping up with long-distance friends
18(1)
Moving to a new city
19(1)
Getting a job
19(1)
Reunions
20(1)
Organizing movements
20(3)
Chapter 2 Adding Your Own Face to Facebook
23(14)
Signing Up for Facebook
23(2)
Getting Started
25(5)
Step 1 Find Your Friends
25(3)
Step 2 Profile Picture
28(2)
What to Expect in Your Inbox
30(1)
Confirmation
30(1)
E-mail outreach
31(1)
Your New Home Page
31(2)
Adding More Friends
33(1)
Filling out Your Profile Information
34(3)
Chapter 3 Finding Your Way Around Facebook
37(12)
Checking Out the Blue Bar on Top
38(3)
Search
41(1)
The Left Sidebar
42(3)
The Favorites section
42(2)
Other sections
44(1)
Viewing News Feed
45(1)
Right On
46(1)
The Littlest Links
47(2)
PART 2 DAY-TO-DAY FACEBOOK
49(122)
Chapter 4 The Daily Facebook: News Feed and Posting
51(26)
Your Daily News ... Feed
52(6)
Anatomy of a News Feed story
53(1)
Common story types
54(4)
Ticker
58(1)
Interacting with News Feed
59(7)
Liking
59(1)
Reacting
60(1)
Liking Pages
60(1)
Commenting
61(2)
Sharing
63(1)
Liking and sharing across the Internet
64(1)
Saving
65(1)
Adjusting News Feed
66(3)
Hiding posts and people
66(1)
News Feed preferences
67(2)
Sharing Your Own News
69(8)
Status updates
70(1)
What should I say?
70(1)
Status updates "plus"
70(3)
Controlling who sees your posts
73(4)
Chapter 5 Timeline: The Story of You
77(26)
Scrolling Through Time
78(1)
First Impressions
79(5)
Add a profile picture that's already on Facebook
81(1)
Add a profile picture from your hard drive
82(1)
Take a photo of yourself using your webcam
83(1)
Telling Your Story
84(8)
Posts
85(1)
Status
85(3)
Life events
88(2)
Editing posts
90(1)
The left column
91(1)
All About Me
92(9)
Work and Education
93(6)
Sections
99(2)
Your Friends and Your Timeline
101(2)
Chapter 6 Privacy and Safety on Facebook
103(34)
Know Your Audience
104(2)
Privacy on the Go
106(3)
Changing privacy
108(1)
Privacy Shortcuts
109(2)
Who can see my stuff?
109(1)
Who can contact me?
110(1)
How do I stop someone from bothering me?
111(1)
Privacy Settings
111(15)
Privacy
111(2)
Timeline and tagging
113(4)
Blocking
117(3)
Apps
120(4)
Ads
124(2)
Timeline Privacy
126(2)
All about privacy
126(1)
Interested in privacy
127(1)
Privacy Tools
128(3)
View As
128(1)
Activity Log
129(1)
Privacy Checkup
130(1)
Remembering That It Takes a Village to Raise a Facebook
131(1)
Peeking Behind the Scenes
132(2)
Protecting minors
132(1)
Preventing spam and viruses
133(1)
Preventing phishing
133(1)
One Final Call to Use Your Common Sense
134(3)
Chapter 7 Facebook on the Go
137(34)
The Facebook App
138(18)
Layout and navigation
139(3)
News Feed
142(1)
Posting from the app
143(1)
Photo posts
144(4)
Check-ins
148(2)
Checking out Timelines
150(3)
Using Groups
153(2)
Events
155(1)
Facebook Messenger
156(4)
Navigating Messenger
157(1)
Viewing and sending Messages
158(2)
The Facebook Family of Mobile Apps
160(2)
Groups
161(1)
Moments
161(1)
Paper
161(1)
Hello
161(1)
Rooms
162(1)
Slingshot
162(1)
Riff
162(1)
Facebook on Your Mobile Browser
162(3)
Mobile Home
163(1)
Mobile Timelines
164(1)
Mobile Inbox
165(1)
Facebook Texts
165(6)
Mobile settings
167(1)
Mobile notifications
168(3)
PART 3 CONNECTING WITH FRIENDS ON FACEBOOK
171(66)
Chapter 8 Finding Facebook Friends
173(20)
What Is a Facebook Friend?
174(1)
Adding Friends
175(3)
Sending Friend Requests
175(1)
Accepting Friend Requests
176(1)
Choose your friends wisely
177(1)
It's quality, not quantity
177(1)
Finding Your Friends on Facebook
178(6)
Import your friends
178(3)
People you may know
181(1)
Find classmates, co-workers, neighbors, and mutual friends
181(2)
Find what you're looking for: Search
183(1)
Managing How You Interact with Friends
184(9)
Friend Lists
185(4)
Groups
189(1)
News Feed options
190(1)
Following
190(1)
Unfriending
191(2)
Chapter 9 Just between You and Me: Facebook Messages
193(20)
Sending a Message
194(5)
Sending links
195(1)
Sending photos
196(1)
Sending stickers
196(1)
Sending GIFs
197(1)
Sending payments
197(1)
Sending attachments
198(1)
Video chat
199(1)
Message Options
199(2)
Inbox
201(6)
Conversations in the Inbox
202(3)
Conversations with lots of people
205(2)
The Chat Menu
207(2)
Messaging on the Go
209(4)
Chapter 10 Sharing with Facebook Groups
213(24)
Evaluating a Group
214(3)
Sharing with a Group
217(8)
Using the Publisher
217(3)
Reading and commenting on posts
220(1)
Chat
221(1)
Events
222(1)
Files and docs
223(2)
Creating Your Own Groups
225(3)
Personalizing Groups
227(1)
Group Dynamics
228(9)
Controlling notifications
228(2)
Searching a group
230(1)
Adding friends to a group
230(1)
Being a group administrator
231(3)
Reporting offensive groups
234(3)
PART 4 WHAT TO DO ON FACEBOOK
237(86)
Chapter 11 Filling Facebook with Photos and Videos
239(24)
Viewing Photos from Friends
240(4)
Photos in News Feed
240(1)
Photo viewer
241(1)
The album view
242(1)
Viewing photos on your mobile device
243(1)
Viewing tagged photos and videos of yourself
244(1)
Adding Photos to Facebook
244(8)
Uploading photos
245(5)
Creating an album
250(2)
Editing and Tagging Photos
252(5)
Editing albums
253(2)
Editing a photo
255(2)
Automatic albums
257(1)
Working with Video
257(3)
Viewing videos
258(1)
Adding a video from your computer
258(1)
Adding a video from the Facebook app
259(1)
Discovering Privacy
260(3)
Photo and video privacy
260(1)
Privacy settings for photos and videos of yourself
261(2)
Chapter 12 Scheduling Your Life with Events
263(10)
You're Invited!
263(2)
Public Events
265(1)
Viewing Events
266(1)
Creating Your Own Events
267(3)
Inviting guests
268(1)
Adding an event photo
269(1)
Managing Your Event
270(3)
Editing your event's info
270(1)
Canceling the event
270(1)
Messaging your event's guests
271(1)
Removing guests
271(2)
Chapter 13 Creating a Page for Promotion
273(32)
Getting to Know Pages
274(3)
Anatomy of an Official Page
274(1)
Community Pages
275(1)
Connecting and interacting with Pages
276(1)
Creating a Facebook Page
277(5)
Do I need a Page?
277(1)
Creating your Page
278(1)
Getting started
279(3)
Sharing as a Page
282(7)
The Publisher
282(3)
Photos and videos
285(2)
Events
287(1)
Milestones
287(1)
Notes
288(1)
Using Facebook as Your Page
289(1)
Liking, commenting on, and sharing posts
289(1)
Liking other Pages
290(1)
Managing a Page
290(11)
Messages
291(2)
Notifications
293(1)
Publishing Tools
294(1)
Settings
295(6)
Insights: Finding Out Who Is Using Your Page
301(4)
Chapter 14 Using Facebook with Games, Websites, and Apps
305(18)
What Apps Need
306(2)
The basics
306(1)
The slightly less basic
307(1)
Permission to act
308(1)
Games on Facebook
308(5)
Game Home pages on Facebook
309(1)
Sidebar links
310(1)
Invitations and notifications
310(1)
Posts
311(1)
The Game Center
312(1)
Using Facebook Outside of Facebook
313(2)
Log in with Facebook
313(2)
Mobile Apps and Facebook
315(2)
Managing Your Games, Websites, and Apps
317(6)
App visibility
317(1)
Info you provide
318(1)
This app can
318(1)
Learn more
319(1)
Removing apps
319(1)
Apps others use
319(1)
Opting out
320(1)
Controlling what you see from friends
320(1)
Reporting offensive apps
321(2)
PART 5 THE PART OF TENS
323(28)
Chapter 15 Ten Ways to Make the Most of Your Facebook Content
325(6)
Remember the Past
325(1)
Scrapbook Your Baby Photos
326(1)
Say Thanks
327(1)
Give Your Photos Some Flair
327(1)
Review the Last Year (or Years)
327(1)
Track Your Feelings
328(1)
Add Tags
328(1)
Riff with Friends
328(1)
Use Stickers or GIFs in Your Messages
329(1)
Friend-a-versaries
329(2)
Chapter 16 Ten Ways Facebook Uniquely Impacts Lives
331(6)
Keeping in Touch with Summer Friends
331(1)
Preparing to Head Off to School
332(1)
Going on Not-So-Blind Dates
332(1)
Meeting People in Your New City or Town
333(1)
Reconnecting with Old Friends
333(1)
Keeping Up with the 'Rents... or the Kids
334(1)
Facebook Networking
334(1)
Facebook for Good
335(1)
Goin' to the Chapel
335(1)
Hey, Facebook Me!
336(1)
Chapter 17 Ten Frequently Asked Questions
337(8)
Do People Know When I Look at Their Timelines?
338(1)
I Friended Too Many People and Now I Don't Like Sharing Stuff --- What Can I Do?
338(1)
What's with the New Facebook --- Can I Change It Back?
339(1)
I Have a Problem with My Account --- Can You Help Me?
340(1)
What Do I Do with Friend Requests I Don't Want to Accept?
341(1)
Why Can't I Find My Friend?
341(1)
Will Facebook Start Charging Me to Use the Site?
342(1)
How Do I Convince My Friends to Join Facebook?
342(1)
What If I Don't Want Everyone Knowing My Business?
343(1)
Does Facebook Have a Feature That Lets Me Lock Myself Out for a Few Hours?
344(1)
Chapter 18 Ten Tips for Parents of Teens on Facebook
345(6)
Talk to Teens about General Internet Safety
346(1)
Beware of Strangers
346(1)
Teach Teens How to Report Abuse
346(1)
Teach Teens How to Block People
347(1)
Learn to Use Privacy Settings
348(1)
Talk about Posts and Consequences
348(1)
Remember the Golden Rule
348(1)
Respect Teens' Boundaries
349(1)
Don't Send Friend Requests to Teens' Friends
349(1)
Make Space for Your Own Social Life, and Your Family Life, on Facebook
350(1)
Index 351
Carolyn Abram helped make Facebook history when she signed up as the first Facebook user at Stanford University. She later worked for Facebook when the site grew from thousands to hundreds of millions of members. Carolyn holds a BA from Stanford and an MFA from California College of the Arts. She now mostly posts photos of her children on her timeline.