How to customize Facebook
To begin with, you can customize Facebook and create quite a buzz in the social media world. Many people are asking how to get the a Facebook profile page, and more importantly, how to customize it.
1. Get a Facebook Profile page.
For starters, the first thing you need to do is get the new Facebook profile enabled on your personal profile page. Point your web browser toward https://www.facebook.com/about/profile where you’ll see an overview of the new layout.
2. Take advantage of Facebook layout by posting new images.
Next, the Facebook profile layout presents users with an exciting opportunity to customize their Facebook profile like never before. In some cases it can be achieved by the simple act of changing a single profile image. Many creative Facebook users are already taking advantage of this opportunity to customize their profile and show their creativity. One creative Facebook user, Dan Pellegrino came up with the first popular profile example of customization, but I expect that soon to come there will be many more Facebook profiles that are customized.
- Go to your profile.
- Click “photo”.
- Click “upload a photo”. Choose the photo from your hard drive and save.
After you have added new images to take advantage of the new Facebook profile and customized the look, you can post links to your profile in the comments field. You will need to “tag” yourself in the images that you uploaded in Step 2. Begin with the right-most image and move to the left. To tag a photo:
- Click “photos”.
- Choose the photo you want to tag.
- Click “tag this photo”.
Customize Facebook Pros
The new Facebook profile includes an updated introduction section, with the basics of where you’re from, where you went to school and where you work. However once you enable the new Facebook on your personal profile, you will notice that it’s photos that take center stage. The “tag” feature displays to your friends highlighted images in your Facebook profile.
There’s also a great deal more flexibility in exactly how you can share your interests and activities. Additionally, you can share your life philosophy by connecting to religions, political affiliations, and people you follow and admire. Hence, images represent interests. Rearrange the images to showcase the photos that are most important to you.
In conclusion, Facebook sped up browsing photos through a new “infinite scroll” feature and improved its people search, allowing for more search filters including name, hometown, school and more. It’s clear that by tagging photos and manipulating their order, a person can easily customize their new Facebook profile. Have fun!