To start with, you will need to go to your settings in Facebook which is in the blue bar across the top and at the right and use the arrow to open the drop down menu and click settings.
At first glance, I’m thinking, “That’s great, I don’t have too much to check on.” But then, looking at it closer, I see that I have allowed 38 apps to have access to my Facebook account; probably a disaster waiting to happen and not a good idea.
I won’t go through each of the apps with you in this post. There are just too many scenarios for a Facebook account for me to try and cover here. By following along, I hope you will look closely at your own account and decide if you have too many apps and which ones are not providing any value to your Facebook account.
Cleaning Up Your Facebook Account…
Go through your account and delete any apps, especially ones that you are no longer associated with or maybe the site is no longer online. It may leave your account vulnerable if an app still has access but is no longer a functioning site (I don’t know this for sure, just my opinion about your account being vulnerable; better safe than sorry).
Out of the 38 apps on my Facebook account, I deleted 15 of them. Some I don’t use any longer, some I’ve never heard of and do not remember giving permission for them to have access. Of the 23 I have left, I will go through them in detail and see exactly what they do before I decide to keep or delete and you should also do the same to your Facebook account.
Facebook Statements… Social Media
Take the time to open the three drop down menu sections “Apps others use; Instant Personalization and Old Versions of Facebook for Mobile:” and decide what YOU want people to see or not see about you.
So, I hope the second post in the series of six helps you to understand more of what is happening with your Facebook account and how you can go in and take control of your own account.
Next week we will tackle YouTube and see what we find there. This will be a little bit of a challenge since YouTube has closed my account down. I believe I have a friend that will let me log into their account to gather some information for you, so long as I don’t make any changes.
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