Social Media Education: Facebook Interest Lists.
One of the biggest problems I have been seeing over the years with the Facebook News Feed is the mass marketing tactic of tagging hundreds of “friends” on a photo of some sort of product or marketing material. This usually happens when one of your friends loses control of their account to a spammer. If you happen to be the person doing this, it can easily be fixed by simply changing your Facebook password. If you happen to be the user being tagged and you want it stopped, you can easily change your privacy settings in four easy steps.
Step 1: Under the drop-down menu click “Privacy Settings.”
Step 2: Click “Edit Settings” under “Timeline and Tagging.”
Step 3: Click “Review posts friends tag you in before they appear on your timeline.”
Step 4: Enable Timeline review of posts.
By enabling the Timeline Review you become empowered as a user to control what content is posted to your Timeline. If a friend tags you in a status update, photo, or location you will need to approve the tag before it becomes visible on your Timeline. You can review pending tag approvals at anytime by clicking the “Activity Log” on your Facebook Timeline.
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