Pineville Communications Systems' Website Compass

10 WebsiteCompass NOTE: Unless otherwise stated, instruc- tions apply to the browser version of Facebook. Steps for performing the same functions on the mobile app may differ. 1. Find a New Job Did you know Facebook has a job board? You can find it at . Filter listings by distance from your home, job category (education, manufacturing, health care, etc.), and job type (full time, part time, contract, etc.). When you find one you like, select Apply and follow the instructions to be considered for the position. 2. Perform a Privacy Checkup If you’re concerned about privacy online —and everyone should be—the Face- book Privacy Checkup feature can help. It allows you to review settings for apps you log into with Facebook as well as who can view your contact information and posts. See page 12 for full instructions. 3. Create a Fundraiser Whether you need money for a medi- cal procedure or to give to a cause you believe in, you can start a fundraiser to enable friends to donate. Some people use this feature on their birthdays to ask for contributions instead of gifts. To get started, select Fundraisers on the left rail of your home page. 4. Add Trusted Contacts Trusted contacts can help you regain access to your Facebook account if you become locked out (if, for example, you forget your password). But you must iden- tify them in advance. To get started, go to Settings & Privacy > Settings > Security and Login and, under Setting Up Extra Security , choose friends to contact if you get locked out. 12 Facebook Features You May Not Know About Try them to enhance your privacy, security, and fun If you’ve been using Facebook for awhile, you’re probably familiar with the basics of what it can do. But there are other, less-known Facebook features that are well worth exploring. Here we describe a few of them, along with instructions for their use. Social Media Basics