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Whether you want to connect with far-flung family or need to promote your business, Facebook is almost indispensible these days. Get a quick primer and start joining the conversation, sharing pictures, and finding out what your friends and family are up to—all without compromising your privacy. Justin Seeley shows you how to start an account from scratch or dive into Facebook's inner workings. Learn how to make a Facebook profile; start finding friends; like and view friends' posts; share your own ideas via status updates, comments, and chat; and post photos, videos, and links. Plus, learn to control your privacy online and access Facebook from anywhere with your phone or tablet.
Hi, my name is Justin Seeley. And I'm a staff author here at lynda.com. I'd like to welcome you to Up and Running with Facebook. This course is meant to give you the basic tools that you need to get started using Facebook as quickly and as efficiently as possible. We'll begin by walking you through the steps of creating a new Facebook account, including adding a profile picture and setting up your Facebook timeline. From there, I'll break down some basic terminology that will help you understand the ins and out of Facebook as we continue throughout the course.
We're also going to cover things like building your friends' list. Sending and receiving personal message. Working with Facebook Newsfeeds. And also, how to share things, like photos and videos, as well. Finally, I'll wrap things up by showing you how you can access Facebook from anywhere, by using your mobile or tablet device. By the end of this course, I hope that you'll have a better understanding of what Facebook is all about. And how you can use it to enhance your online social life. I'm really excited to start showing you all of this stuff. So if you're ready, let's get you up and running with Facebook.
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