How to Use Facebook on a Mobile Device

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Using Facebook on a mobile device will likely require you to download a dedicated application. Use Facebook on a mobile device with help from a technology strategist and cloud expert for small to medium businesses in this free video clip.

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Hey, this is Charles Henson. I want to show you how to use Facebook on a mobile device. The reason you'd want your Facebook app on your mobile device is so that you can connect with your friends and have the same functionality as your desktop. When you load Facebook on your phone, you're going to have a few buttons across the top. The button on the far right is going to allow you to chat with friends that are online. And then, the world globe there allows you to see your notifications, friends that have liked your post, comments that they've made about you or with you. The message, that's a private message that is not put out to Facebook. That's the little two message button bubbles in the middle. And then, you have your friends' button, that's the two silhouette icon. And that's how you find new friends, add new friends, things of that nature. Now on the far left, you'll there are three little lines. And under that, you're going to have options for various apps that you can install on your phone from Facebook, you can find friends. You can set your interest, your settings, the app settings, set your favorites, set your privacy settings. It has all of these information in there, as well as the Help Center. The other thing what you'll notice right down the middle, is this is your news feed, this is the updates from your friends, find out what's going on with them. Along the top, you have the check in button, if you want to check in at a local restaurant or a local business, you can check in there. If you click on the photo button, then that allows you to upload photos to Facebook to share with your friends. As well as you have a status, so that you can write a message and post on other people's news feeds. And let them know what you've been up to. The reason you'd want Facebook on your mobile device, is so that you'd have the same functionality of Facebook has on a desktop. Except it's while you're on the go.


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