The sorting options present in Facebook’s redesigned News Feed for desktop have made their way to the iOS application. Many iOS users have seen a prompt on their main screen to see more feeds. Below that is a News Feed button they can tap, giving them options similar to the right-hand side of the desktop feed.
Facebook announced an update to its Ads Manager that will allow advertisers to better analyze their campaigns by drilling down into specific metrics, rather than just seeing an overview of all actions for those campaigns.
Facebook continues its efforts to educate its users about privacy on the social network, following up January’s announcement of its Ask Our CPO series, featuring Chief Privacy Officer of Policy Erin Egan, with an announcement on its Facebook and Privacy page Wednesday that it will launch a “Tip of the Week” program.
The list of hoaxes is never complete, as Hoax-Slayer uncovered a phishing scheme that uses Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg as bait, but butchers the spelling of his last name as Zurckerberg.
Facebook users who are suddenly being blitzed with ping sounds when they receive notifications while accessing the social network via desktops — including several of our readers and yours truly — have the option of muting those sounds.
Facebook users with questions for Chief Privacy Officer of Policy Erin Egan now have a forum for those questions, as the social network announced on its Facebook and Privacy page Sunday that it launched its Ask Our CPO series, in which Egan responds to users’ privacy-related queries.
Facebook and Germany are at odds again, this time over whether the social network’s insistence that users provide their real names conflicts with the country’s data-protection law that permits the use of pseudonyms.
Facebook wants to help you. The site recently redesigned its help center in an effort to get answers quicker to the people who need them. Through the help center, users can get quick answers to questions regarding privacy, timeline, pages, and several other topics.
Any confused, challenged or perplexed Facebook user who heads over to the Facebook Help Center Forum is in for nothing but added frustration these days. That’s because a gang of slimy spammers has full-on infiltrated the forum center, originally built to capture and address user questions from authentic Facebookers, who’d be hard pressed to slip in an organic question now amid the “Watch Live!!!!” posts and threads of jumbled nonsensical emoticons.