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Top 5 Facebook tips and tricks U don't know

This might not seem like the most useful feature given Facebook apps are available on everything with a screen. But if you have little data and you have a phone plan that doesn’t count SMS messages towards your data, it can be a good way of keeping up with social media.

Control what kinds of ads you see

Facebook ads are annoying — no two ways about it. But Facebook allows users to choose what flavor of annoying people have on their feeds. You can go to Facebook’s ad preference page and X out the ad categories you’d rather not see.
While I highly doubt this would eliminate all ads on your feed, it might be useful if you’re getting ads from something you accidentally clicked on once and have no interest in.

Get a copy of all your Facebook data

Facebook gives you the option of downloading all the data it has on you. This obviously includes your statuses, pictures, and apps you’ve used. It also includes info on the ads you’ve clicked on, your facial recognition data, and your IP addresses. You can find a complete list of everything you can download on Facebook’s Help site, in case you want to get creeped out by how much Facebook knows about you.
To begin the download, go to your settings. It’ll be at the bottom of your “General Account Settings” page in blue text.

Make sure no one is peeking in your account — and end them if they are

I don’t mean literally end them, but end their peep sessions. When you go to your Security Sessions, you’ll find a list of all the places where you’re logged into Facebook and Messenger. If you don’t recognize a location or device on the list, hit “End Activity” to shut it down.
If your phone, tablet, or computer is ever stolen, you can remotely log out of any Facebook or Messenger sessions. Anyone who tries to access your account from the same device, they’ll need your password to do so.

Designate a Facebook ‘heir’

While your Facebook account outliving you isn’t a happy thought to contemplate, it’s a distinct possibility. And unless you’ve given your password to another person, it’s likely it’ll stagnate until Facebook deletes it or someone else asks for it to be deleted. Facebook has accounted for that, as well, with the option to designate a Legacy Contact.
Select whichever friend you want to be your Legacy Contact in your Security Settings. The contact won’t be allowed into the account until it’s memorialized, which can be done by contacting Facebook. If you don’t want someone to manage your account, you can request to have it permanently deleted instead.
What other Facebook tips do you use, and have they made your life any easier? Let us know in the comments!

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