How To Hide What You Read Outside Of Facebook

One day, my brother asked me how to hide what we read like this picture below? That time, I have no idea. I just simply answer, don’t subscribe the apps.

Maybe you as a user not realize that your friends are know what you are reading because the social apps is attached in blogs and newspapers. Here’s a guide to ensuring your reading habits stay private.

1. Make sure you adds the app of blog/ newspaper to your Facebook. Here I give example popular blog app

2. Set your ‘Who can see posts this app..’ to Only Me. Click Go to app.

3. You also can set in Account Settings->Apps. You will see this option. Set it here.

To protect your reading privacy, you need to change the settings for every newspaper and website which shares what you’ve read with your friends. In fact, do it for every newspaper and website application, regardless of what they share right now. You never know what you’ve pre-approved them to do later. Get them all updated now, then make it a habit to add these applications with privacy set to “Only Me” in the future. Then you’re set!



Another trick using fake Facebook emails to redirect users to their page

WARNING:Do you have any idea how hackers hack your Facebook? Yes, one of their methodology is using fake emails, pretending notifications from Facebook. Recently, a wave of fake emails from Facebook has surfaced. It alert the users saying that they have pending notifications. However, the emails direct users to a Canadian pharmacy website where they can purchase Viagra and Cialis.

Sophos’ Naked Security blog reported on the spam emails, saying that they are very similar to actual Facebook emails, and that the spammers are likely earning cash for every user they drive to the Toronto Drug Store site the links contained in the email currently point to, as well as to other sites those links can potentially redirect users to.

Have you received similar emails? Get more idea on this post to protect yourself.


New features Facebook Page you might not know -Admin level and status scheduler

Maybe a few of you have FB fan page or manage fan pages. Facebook page can be maintain by anyone as long as the owner give the authorization to them. Facebook organized them into five levels admin which have level of security such as Manage Admin Roles, Edit page and Add Apps, create posts,response and delete comments, send message via page, create ads and view insights. Here five levels of page admin starting with the least powerful.

Admin level Facebook page

  • Insights analyst: Can view insights.
  • Advertiser: Can view insights and create ads.
  • Moderator: Can view insights, create ads, send messages as the page, and respond to and delete comments.
  • Content creator: All moderator powers, plus the abilities to create posts as the page, edit the page, and add applications.
  • Manager: All content creator powers, plus the ability to manage admin roles.

Facebook said all admins start out as managers by default, after which roles can be assigned.

Posts status scheduler

You can prepare a post and schedule it to appear later by adding a date and time in the future before you post it. You can schedule a post up to 6 months in advance in 15-minute intervals.

From your Page’s sharing tool:

  1. Choose the type of post you want to add to your Page
  2. Click the icon in the lower-left of the sharing tool
  3. Choose the future year, month, day, hour and minute when you’d like your post to appear
  4. Click Schedule

Posts can be scheduled up to six months in advance at 15-minute intervals. If you choose a date in the past, the post will appear immediately at the appropriate place on your Page’s timeline. All times correspond to the current time zone you’re in.


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How to unfollow a Facebook post after leaving a comment

I have problem using Facebook. Sometimes, after start join commenting someone status or just Like the status, Facebook won’t stop give you notifications especially when you already stop comment the status but others not. So, how you want to excuse from the conversation? If you make a habit of viewing and commenting on posts strictly from your Facebook News Feed, or only on your mobile device, odds are you’ve never noticed an Unfollow Post link. But, it’s there, and here’s where you find it.

So, this is the way to stop the notifications after commenting somebody status. Even new comments left on the status, you won’t get any notifications. But if your friends tag your name in the comment, you still get notification even though you unfollow post. You can Follow Post back if you change your mind. Ok, all the best!