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BY: Kristelle & Jia. Connection. lets you use your Facebook ID and password to sign-in to third-party sites can also let you link up any blog or Web site posting to your profile. aggregating.
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Connection • lets you use your Facebook ID and password to sign-in to third-party sites • can also let you link up any blog or Web site posting to your profile
aggregating • pulls together information into a single location, or helps a user consolidate multiple social networking profiles into one profile.
Communication • enables you to add people whom you may know. • Lets you send private messages or post in your wall. • Tag your friends.
Sharing • Depending on whom you'd like to share with, there are different ways to share content on Facebook: • Sharing with a broad audience: Use the share menu that's located at the top of your homepage and Timeline to let others know what's on your mind. You can update your status and share photos, videos, links and other application content. Things you share will appear as posts on your Timeline, and can appear in your News Feed. To control whether or not specific people have the option to view your stories, you can change the privacy settings for each piece of content you post. • Sharing with a small group of friends: Use the Groups feature to share content with a select group of people, like family members, your soccer team or your book club. • Sharing with an individual: You can use the share menu at the top of a friend's Timeline to write or share something on his or her Timeline. Friends of your friend will also be able to view your post. If you'd like to share something privately, you can always send someone a private message.
Groups • Facebook groups allow you to further connect with friends on your network, creating a close-knit social network within the larger Web site. • You can join any group on your network or create your own. From pets to football to computer programming, you can create a group on any topic that interests you
Information Gathering • Facebook also collects information about you from other sources, such as newspapers and instant messaging services. This information is gathered regardless of your use of the Web Site.