Welcome to Facebook Login Sign in, your ultimate online help resource and tutorials on all aspects of the Facebook login process and sign in options, including security precautions and measures you need to take when checking your Facebook outside your home or on another computer than your usual desktop or laptop. Our tutorials will guide you from the very basics -how to login to your Facebook account from your computer or a public location- to more advanced topics like sharing a Facebook profile with different people (or a company page), and using separate Facebook accounts on the same computer.
Once you sign up and create a Facebook account, you will choose a "user name", and a password. Your user name is an email address, and your password can be pretty much anything you like. Whenever you want to check your Facebook profile or update your account, you will need to login: this is how Facebook protects access to your personal information and allows you to keep private (hidden) some portions of your public profile. Here are the basics of accessing your account from a web browser:
|‣ Facebook login & sign in settings||‣ Secure Facebook login option (HTTPS settings)|
|‣ Facebook Login||‣ Facebook Sign in|
|‣ Facebook sign in page and homepage screen||‣ Facebook login problems: web browser settings|
|‣ Make Facebook remember my email address||‣ Make Facebook remember my password|
|‣ Facebook Logout + confirm sign out status|
Tip: Facebook now offers a couple of security measures that allow you to (1) know when someone accesses your Facebook account: learn about the Facebook login notifications (account sign in alerts), and (2) monitor who logs into your profile: read Facebook login activity: check last account sign in history.
As you have guessed, you can easily change your Facebook password as is the case with all online services: change password for your Facebook Login. But unlike most other social networking or online accounts, Facebook lets you also very easily change the email account you use as contact, which is also used as login ID (username) from the sign in form: change Facebook email address (username ID).
In this series of tutorials, we'll show you how to make the best of Facebook on two popular tablet computers: Apple's iPad, and we'll show you how to use the "Friendly" app, which comes in a free version or $0.99 paid version, and then Amazon's Kindle Fire, where we'll use the mobile version of Facebook.
|‣ Login to Facebook from iPad with Friendly app||‣ Login to Facebook on Kindle Fire|
|‣ Sign in as another Facebook user on Friendly app||‣ Facebook logout on Kindle Fire + remain signed out|
|‣ Logout of Facebook on Friendly iPad app|
As the most popular social networking website in the world, most people access Facebook outside their homes, either from a laptop at school or public computer at the library, but more often than not, from a cell phone like the iPhone or a mobile internet device of another type (like the iPod touch or iPad). The following series of Facebook tutorials will explain how to check your Facebook profile in situations that warrant extra security measures, to avoid seeing your account hacked. We'll answer throughout these Facebook tutorials some common questions like "Can you login to Facebook from a different location?"
|‣ Facebook Login at school||‣ Facebook Login at work|
|‣ Facebook Login from another computer||‣ Login to Facebook from someone else's computer|
|‣ Login to Facebook as a different user||‣ Anonymously login to Facebook|
|‣ Change security question of your Facebook Login||‣ Setup "Login Approvals" for new computers|
Facebook Login Tip: always keep your Facebook login credentials safe, and never share them with anyone; if you need to sign in to Facebook from a new or unfamiliar location, we recommend that you change your password afterwards.
These Facebook Login Sign in tutorials only touch the surface of all Facebook.com has to offer, and all aspects of the site we can cover. To learn more about Facebook in general, outside the world of login forms and sign in security settings, be sure to check out our Facebook Tutorial for more details, like how to customize your account, change your privacy settings and the visibility of parts of your profile, etc.