Want to Control Messages Coming to You From a Facebook Group
Posted by loiswstern
As we have all come to realize, Facebook is a conundrum of puzzles to unravel, and slowly but surely I am determined to master them all.
If you are getting unwanted messages from a member of a group (as opposed to messages I send directly to all group members), there is a simple way to control that pesky problem.
1. Click on the inverted triangle in the upper right corner of your Facebook page.
2. Select PRVACY SETTINGS.
4. Look for the words “Edit Settings” to the right of the words: “How You Connect”
5. Where you see the words: “Who can look you up using the email address or phone number you provided?”, select FRIENDS.
If you have further tricks to share, please post them here so we can help one another learn!
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About loiswsternI was in education for just over 20 years when I unexpectedly pursued another passion and entered the world of authors and journalists. I have since published two non-fiction, full length books on different aspects of beauty, but also avidly endorse the confluence of Inner and Outer beauty. I have written feature articles for Long Island Beauty Guide and LI Woman, and have served as Editor-at-large for MakeMeHeal.com, the largest Internet site for plastic surgery and beauty needs. I enjoy researching what's new in the world of aesthetics & anti-aging and devote one of my blogs: www.FabulousBeautyBlog.wordpress.com to sharing cutting edge, hype-free information. I devote my second blog to my other passion: writing, collecting and sharing stories to warm the spirit and inspire the soul. To this end, I have created an 'Authors Helping Authors' project/contest, to create books for inspiration, the first of which is titled: Tales 2 Inspire ~ Beyond Coincidence. It is a jewel of a book, filled with inspiring stories and full color original photos and/or drawings. If you're a talented writer with one inspiring story to share, visit www.tales2inspire.com to learn how to participate. FREE to enter. All you need is the talent and perseverance to do so. Lots of positive platform building opportunities for the winners. Learn more at: www.tales2inspire.com.
Posted on May 19, 2012, in Authors helping authors project, Off the Beaten Path, Words to Inspire and tagged "authors helping authors", "CREATOR OF THE TALES2INSPIRE CONTEST", "Facebook privacy settings", author, Lois W. Stern. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.