Or when you accidentally sign into Facebook chat and Jordy from elementary school awkwardly asks to see if you want to get coffee. Read on for the best Facebook hacks you never knew so you can make the most of your Facebooking.
You have so many friends that your phone is blowing up with birthday notifications every day.
This is so those unflattering pictures from last night don't automatically make it onto your timeline.
By going back to "Settings" (which you can always find by going to facebook.com/settings), you can change the way your timeline and tags are managed.
Under the "Timeline and Tagging" section in the sidebar, go to "Who can add things to my timeline?
" to find "Review posts friends tag you in before they appear on your timeline?
According to a Facebook representative, if you're only going to make one change to your security settings, it should be this one.
Facebook will text you a code to complete the login process every time you try to sign in to your account from a new phone or computer, which greatly reduces the chance you'll be hacked.
To see what it looks like for a specific friend, go to the top left and type in the friend's name.detailed report of what you've written on your friend's timelines, what you've liked, what you've posted – basically your entire Facebook life on one page.Click on the globe that shows your notifications in the top bar of Facebook and click "Settings" in the top right corner of the drop-down.Go down to "Birthdays" and switch "on" to "off." Now just put your friends' birthdays in their phone contact because you're twentysomething and can manage to do that now.Click on "View Activity Log" on the top right of your profile and start viewing your Facebook history.You can even go back and see what you posted when you started using Facebook (and laugh at how you used to type in high school).By creating a list of relatives that are typically not fans of your party selfies, you can block them from seeing those posts without a problem.