Most people are familiar with the standard way to use Facebook touch: logging in with your username and password scrolling through your News Feed and liking or commenting on posts. However, did you know that there’s a different way to use Facebook if you’re on a touchscreen device?
There are a few key differences between using Facebook on a touchscreen device and using it on a desktop or laptop computer. For one the interface is designed to be touch-friendly so you can tap swipe and pinch your way around the app. Additionally, there are some features that are only available on the touchscreen version of Facebook such as the ability to draw photos or add filters.
Steps To Follow:
If you’re not sure how to get started with using Facebook on a touchscreen device don’t worry! This guide will walk you through the basics of how to navigate the app and make the most of its features.
1. Swipe left or right on the main screen to move between stories.
2 To scroll through a story drag your finger up or down the screen.
3 To like or comment on a story tap the heart or speech bubble icon at the bottom of the screen.
4 To view a list of who has seen a story tap the eye icon at the bottom of the screen.
5 To share a story tap the share icon at the bottom of the screen.
Use Facebook on Touchscreen:
Using Facebook on a touchscreen device is a little different than using it on a desktop or laptop computer. Here are some tips to help you get the most out of Facebook on your touchscreen device:
1. When you open Facebook you’ll see your News Feed. To go to a different part of Facebook tap one of the icons at the bottom of the screen.
2 To see more options for each item in your News Feed tap the down arrow next to it.
3 To post something on Facebook tap What’s on your mind? at the top of your News Feed.
4 To upload a photo or video tap Photo/Video at the top of your News Feed. You can also choose to take a new photo or video right from this screen.
5 To send a message tap Message at the top of your News Feed.
6 To view your profile tap Profile at the bottom of the screen
Facebook’s touchscreen interface is designed to be user-friendly and easy to navigate. The first thing you’ll see when you open the app is the News Feed. This is where you’ll see updates from your friends and family as well as any Pages or Groups that you’re a part of.
To post something on Facebook tap the “What’s on your mind?” box at the top of the screen. From here you can add text photos or videos. You can also tag friends in your posts by typing “@” followed by their name.
To view your profile tap the Profile tab in the bottom-right corner of the screen (it looks like a person). Here you can see all of your posts and photos as well as information about your education work and other interests.
To message someone on Facebook tap the Messages tab in the bottom-left corner of the screen (it looks like two speech bubbles). From here
The Facebook app for touchscreen devices is designed to be easy and intuitive to use. The home screen shows your News Feed which is a stream of updates from your friends and Pages you’ve liked. To the right of the News Feed is a list of shortcuts to different parts of Facebook including your profile messages and notifications.
To post an update on Facebook tap the “Status” or “Photo” icon at the top of the screen. This will open a new window where you can enter your status update or choose a photo to share. You can also add filters tags and your location before posting.
To view someone’s profile tap their name or profile picture. This will take you to their profile page where you can see their posts photos and information. To message someone on Facebook tap the “Message” icon on their profile page.