Connect with old friends and make some new ones with Facebook and this one-of-a-kind reference AARP Facebook: Tech to Connect is packed with examples and guidance to familiarize you with Facebook and all it has to offer. People over 55 are among Facebook's fastest-growing user segment, with well over six million users, and this guide shares the insights of many 50+ users. It covers signing up, creating a profile, adding friends, posting status updates, chatting online, uploading photos and video, creating events, joining groups, and much more. Covers creating and tweaking a profile, finding and adding friends, creating events and groups, subscribing to news feeds, creating status updates, and sending messages to friends Explains how to become a fan, play social games, add and manage applications, post notes, share links, add and tag photos, and adjust privacy options Features task-oriented tutorials arranged in such a way to make it easy to find material and achieve success You might as well face it. You'll love Facebook, and this guide is filled with the essentials you need to enrich your experience and have some Facebook fun.Finding and Making Friends: Old and New. Hopefully, you have friends already on Facebook. Friending the people who become your online friends is the first step into becoming integrated into the thread of ... You also learn how to organize your groups to make life online a lot easier. 3. ... Around with Facebook Games and Apps. Playing around . . . hmmm . . . ita#39;s more like ahaving fun with friends online.
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