Facebook is still a social network of enormous popularity in Europe. The social network’s security and privacy concerns have been commented on many times, although luckily there are ways to protect your account in the app. One aspect that worries many users is that they enter their account without authorization.
On Facebook, we have a recording of the sessions started, a tool with which we can see if someone has entered our account without our permission. Along with this function, we can add an extra layer of security by activating alarms that notify us if someone enters our account.
6 tips and tricks to better use Facebook for Android
If you want to use Facebook better for Android, there are a series of tips and tricks that will help you in the app.
Enable Facebook Connection Alerts
Facebook has a function that alerts you when someone logs into your account. The social network alerts the user when a suspicious connection is detected. They’ll then show you the device you’re trying to access, as well as where it is, in case it’s someone you know or suspect it is. In addition, the social network will allow you to change your password at that time, to avoid security problems.
It’s a good way to be always alert if someone has access
- Open Facebook.
- Click on the three horizontal bands at the top right.
- Click Settings & Privacy.
- Go to Settings.
- Go to the Security section.
- Enter Security and log in.
- Go to the option Receive alerts on unrecognized connections.
- Select Receive notifications.
- Click on the Save button.
This function is presented as a good additional security measure in your account on the social network. This way you will know at all times if someone has entered, without having to be the one always accessing that log. In addition to a feature like this, you can enable two-step verification in the app, to have greater security in your account.
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