If you surf Facebook on daily basis or occasionally, you might already familiar with regular stuffs one Facebook like add/delete friends, update statuses, walls and profile, add and explore pages & applications, etc, yet there is much more to learn. Today, we want to cover some interesting things you can do on (or with) Facebook, inclusive of tricks that are unknown to many, as well as tips to stay connected better with your friends on Facebook. Without further ado, here are 20 Facebook tips & tricks you might not know.
Place Facebook Chat On Firefox Sidebar
You can place the Facebook Chat at the sidebar if you are using Mozilla Firefox.
Share Flickr Photos to Facebook
Flickr2Facebook is an unofficial Flickr to Facebook photo up-loader (Bookmarklet) which allows you upload photos to Facebook from Flickr.
Update Facebook without Using Facebook
hellotxt and Ping.fm both comes with features that let Facebook administrators update their Facebook Pages.
Sendible lets you schedule Facebook messages ahead of time so you can send messages to your friends, customers or colleagues in the future by scheduling them.
“Friend” Someone on Facebook & Hide It From Your Status Updates
Here is the small tutorial to guide you how to hide Facebook status updates and keep that fact limited to your closer friends.
Create a Photo Collage Using Pictures of Your Facebook Friends
Click on Friends tab. Proceed to More tab. From “Choose an option” dropdown, choose any of the dashes “—”. Your Facebook friends collage is right on your screen.
Display Selected Pictures Only on your Facebook Profile Page
A little-known feature in Facebook that lets you decides who shows up in that Friends box. Click that “edit” pencil in your Friends box and type the names of your best friends in the box that says “Always show these friends”
Remove Facebook Advertisements
This Greasemonkey script – Facebook: Cleaner removes many of the annoying ads and updates that unnecessarily appear on your Facebook pages.
Syncs Photos of Facebook Friends with Contacts in Microsoft Outlook
OutSync is a free Windows application that syncs photos of your Facebook friends with matching contacts in Microsoft Outlook. It also allows you to select which contacts are updated. So it is easy to update all contacts at once or within few seconds.
Display Facebook Statuses on WordPress Blog
Here is the method makes use of Facebook status feed and WordPress RSS widget to display Facebook Status on any WordPress blog.
Post Your Blog Posts to Your Facebook Wall Automatically
Wordbook allows you to cross post your blog posts to Facebook Wall. Your Facebook “Boxes” tab will show most recent blog posts.
Access Facebook Chat on Desktop
Gabtastik and digsby let you keep Facebook chat sessions open on your Windows Desktop outside of regular web browser.
Create Quiz on Facebook Easily
LOLapps provides quiz creator that can be employed to invoke these trendy personality quizzes that are so widespread in Facebook.
Hide Your Online Status on Facebook Chat from Select Contacts
Facebook has integrated friends list with Chat and you can also choose which of these list members get to see you online.
NutshellMail merges your Facebook accounts through the inbox you use the most.
Update Facebook Status from Firefox
FireStatus is a status update utility for multiple social networks, including FaceBook.
Get Facebook on Your Desktop
Seesmic Desktop, Facebooker, Xobni, Scrapboy and Facebook AIR application are desktop applications that allows you interact with your stream just as you would on Facebook, without using web browser.
Delete, Cancel and Terminate Facebook Account and Profile
This is a simple and quick guide to terminate, delete or cancel Facebook account, together with the Facebook profile easily.
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1 thought on “20 Facebook Tips & Tricks You Might Not Know”
This is a great tutorial …one of the best I’ve seen from you yet. I really appreciate you sharing your inside tips and tricks…
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