How to Gain More Privacy and Security On Facebook [Pt 1]

Most of us love using Facebook, but we hate the privacy changes that occurs ever so often with this social media network. Privacy for some is a coveted commodity, as there are times where we want only certain people to contact us. With the changes that are always taking place, it’s sometimes good to know how you could keep up some level of privacy within Facebook.

There are different ways for you to protect your account and your privacy. You could set up logon activities, You also have the choice of using your Android phone, iOS device or computer to make these changes.

Using Code Generator: 

Two step authenticator is a safe way to make sure that only you would have access to your account. It is recommended that you turn this feature on. You have the option of getting a code through the Facebook App or through the Google Authenticator App:


The code generator produces a random code that could be used to login into Facebook. This helps to protect your account from malicious intrusion and it gives you peace of mind when it comes to knowing that you will get an alert if someone tries to get access to your account.

To turn on code generator on your account you will need to go to your security settings:


Click edit next to Code Generator


You could select whether you would like to receive a text, get the code via the Facebook App,via the Google Authenticator App or some random codes that could be printed out for the times you do not have your phone:


To turn on your Android Device follow the directions on the apps and you should be good to go.

Go ahead give it a try. Let me know what you think.

The Google Authenticator App.

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