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7 Facebook tips only power users know

7 Facebook tips only power users know
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Facebook is one of the most popular social media sites in the world. There are an estimated 1.8 billion active monthly users worldwide. That's impressive!

It's a great way to connect with old friends that you haven't seen since high school. You can also play games, post pictures and videos of your latest vacation, and so much more.

There are so many entertaining activities on Facebook, it's easy to lose track of time and spend hours on the site. And you know what they say, "time is money."

That's why you need to learn about these seven Facebook tips that only power users know. They will help you use your time more efficiently.

Where You're Logged In

It's possible to be logged into your Facebook account from multiple gadgets at the same time. Everywhere that you are logged in is considered an active session.

If you are suspicious that someone is spying on your account, there is a way to find out.

The Where You're Logged In feature allows you to see and manage a list of your active sessions. You can even use it to end an unfamiliar active session.

Here are the steps to use this helpful feature:

  • Tap Settings
  • Tap Security Settings
  • Tap Where You're Logged In

When you get to the Where You're Logged In feature, you will see a list of devices with your active sessions.

 Image: The Where You're Logged In feature shown on a PC

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If you see a session that you know wasn't made by you, end it and change your Facebook password. To end a session from your mobile gadget, tap the next to the session you want to end. On a desktop computer, tap the End Activity option next to the session.

One thing to keep in mind when using this feature is that logins from mobile phones sometimes show a location that is unfamiliar. That is because mobile phones can connect through cell towers outside your area.

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