4 new privacy features of Facebook to keep your account secure

How to make your Facebook account safe with 4 new privacy features?

One of the most used social media platforms is still Facebook, especially in India. In that case, privacy always remains a major concern. Recently, the social media giant has updated its privacy checkup tool with four new features so that users can control how their information is used. Notably, the privacy checkup tool has been live since 2014 and the updated version will roll out globally this week.

Let us take a look at the features that will help you to keep your account secure:

1. How to keep your account secure feature? Thisfeature will help you to strengthen your account security by setting a strong password and setting login alerts.  It was revealed by Facebook itself in a blog post late Monday.

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2. How people can find you: The social media platform in a blog post said, “We know privacy is important to you and we have integrated privacy tips to help you in making the right decisions.” How people can find you feature will let you review ways in which people can look up on Facebook and people who can send you friend requests. You can access the privacy a checkup by simply clicking on the question mark icon on Facebook’s desktop site and selecting a privacy checkup.

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3. Who can see what you share: You don’t want to share everything with everyone, right? So, Facebook will help you in monitoring your content. This feature will help users to review who can see their important information such as phone number, email address, as well as their posts.

4. Data settings on Facebook: This feature in the privacy tool will let you review the information you share with apps. Interestingly, you can remove all the apps that you no longer use.

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Parul Srivastava

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