Facebook has changed the interface for its Find Friends Browser, switching to checkboxes for filtering, adding infinite scroll, and making the Add as Friend buttons constantly visible.
The Find Friends Browser was introduced earlier this month, adding the filters from user search to a buildout of the People You May Know sidebar module. Now, users first see suggestions of users with a variety of shared networks and connections with them and their friends. If there are enough suggestions for the selected filters, user can use the same infinite scroll employed in Photos and the news feed to load more suggestions. Facebook has a high market penetration in some areas of the world, which can make it difficult to find people you’ve met but only know a little bit about. Update: The new Find Friends Browser interface does not allow users to filter by a specific class year of high schools or colleges. Users can access Find Friends in Facebook for iPhone by clicking the Friends icon on the home screen, and then the arrow button in the top right corner. These Facebook native mobile apps don’t allow users to edit their profiles, but the new updates can generate a special prompt asking users to add their phone number to their profile. By encouraging users to add their phone numbers, Facebook is looking to become a sort of cloud-phonebook. When visiting a foreign country it’s always best to prepare and have a basic understanding of how to get along.
One of the most important issues for journalists to resolve is how much personal and professional information is public.
Jumping head first into Facebook without considering the implications of how you setup your account can result in unwanted exposure of your personal information.
After you’ve mastered the basics and feel comfortable with your understanding of the many Facebook settings you can gradually peel off levels of privacy to reveal the information that you choose.
This tutorial is designed to give journalists a basic understanding of Facebook setup and privacy issues. If you do not have an account fill in the required information and clik the Sign Up button.
This step will guide you through setting the recommended initial privacy settings for your account.
The second main purpose of your profile is to keep your friends informed about your activities.
Click the Upload a Picture option to upload a picture from your computer or click the Take a Picture option to use a camera connected to your computer to take a picture.
With just two friends (and some identifying profile information) the home page is much more interesting. In addition to seeing activity from Jeremy, Facebook also suggests new friends based on the profile information I entered and interests and networks I share with my friends.
However, you’re not sure you want to share the same information about yourself with your co-workers as you do with your family members. Facebook Friend Lists are a way for you to control what information you share with custom lists of friends. From your personal Facebook homepage click Friends in the blue menu bar at the top of the screen. When you consider your privacy settings you need to consider how you, as a professional reporter, are going to use Facebook. In the above example the Basic Information does not present any real compromising information. The best way to control your privacy on Facebook is to only put up information that you are comfortable having public. In the above image, Everyone can find and see my Basic Information and Personal Information. In the above example, everyone on Facebook can find me via search and the search results will display my profile picture, a link to send a message, and a link to add me as a friend.
In addition, Facebook will create a public search listing and submit that information to search engines.
As a journalist promoting your news organization and your own brand, the more ways that people can find you—and the more locations you promote yourself—the more effective your promotional campaign. The Wall is also the place where your Facebook friends can post messages and other content for you and your friends to read, view or watch. In the above example, Scot posted a message about this tutorial and Jeremy posted a message and a link to the Berkeley Advanced Media Institute home page. The News Feed on the Facebook homepage publishes a stream of news about you and your friends. You have control of what goes out to your Facebook friends as a news item originated by you. The above Wall and News Feed privacy settings shows what will appear by your choice on your Wall and in your News Feed that goes out to your friends.
Note on the right side in the Wall and News Feed privacy settings is a list of actions that are never part of your News Feed and will never appear on your Wall.
Needless to say that as a journalist you want no part in Facebook’s advertising program.
Applications, through the Facebook API, have access to all of the information that you enter on Facebook. This means that an application that is authorizes by you or your friends can access your public information. This means that if you have your privacy settings set to only allow family to see your photos but authorize an application for photo sharing that needs access to your photos to work, you implicitly grant that application access to your photos.
The following settings are for information about you that can be accessed by applications that your friends authorize. The best recommendation for using Facebook applications is to research the application thoroughly and use only applications that your really need for your publishing and promotion.
First, it means that developers outside of Facebook can use the Facebook Authentication to implement social networks on their sites without coding a new social networking authentication system. It also means that you can easily share information on these third-party social networks with your Facebook friends. You have the option, recommended, to not allow friends to view your membership on other sites through Facebook Connect.
Above is the recommended setting for allowing your Facebook friends to see sites you join using your Facebook identify. This tutorial was written and is maintained by Jerry Monti, Technology Trainer at the Knight Digital Media Center at UC Berkeley. This content may not be republished in print or digital form without express written permission from Berkeley Advanced Media Institute. I’ve been in this people search industry for over 3 years now and while researching, I found many free, high quality free people search engines to help you reconnect with friends, family, school friends or any other person from your past (or, in other words, find anyone for free online.) So I decided to put them in one huge list. What does it do: Search for people on Twitter by name, profession, religious background and many other criteria. What does it do: If you know that the person you’re searching for has an unique username you can use this tool to search by that criteria and see where is he registered. What does it do: Alumni provides a list of alumni websites all over the world to help find your classmates. What does it do: Classmates is a big people search engine to help you find your friends from college, workplace and military. What does it do: Zoominfo will search for large range of employees for different companies.


What does it do: White Pages is the most popular directory to search for a person’s addresses and phone numbers.
What does it do: I’ve found AnyWho, although it has a smaller database than WhitePages, it containts some information about people that White Pages does not currently have. What does it do: Search people by their social security number and see if they’re still alive. What does it do: You can use Google to enter a phone number (this is only for United States) and it will give you the owner of that number. So those are the top 25 free people search engines to find anyone no matter where they’re from.
Facebook rolled out a new feature over the weekend designed to help you make friends with the people around you. The feature, originally called Friendshake, was developed by the team behind Glancee, an app that helped users connect with the people around them. Tapping that takes you to basically the same screen you see if you use the mobile website instead.
While a lot of the apps out there for locating friends or getting in touch with the people around you can seem a little stalker-y, this one is actually pretty handy. This mega-star of the social networking world started out as a way for college kids to connect, as the movie "The Social Network" demonstrated.
The most specific way to find people you may know is to click Friends on the top left of your profile. There’s no formal Facebook notification to alert users that they’ve been dropped from someone’s friend list, but this handy app can help. To let your mom friend you without letting her view all your party pics, add her to a specific friend list, and then limit that list’s access. There are a million and one John Smiths in the world, but you’re looking for someone specific who you know to be in his 20s. This feature is a great way to broadcast information to a small set of people instead of your entire friend list.
The friend suggestion tool has been refocused to help you find other users that share profile traits with your friends, not just you. The feature defaulted to display other users that shared a profile trait with a user in one of a few categories, such as high school or college.
Users can simultaneously filter this pool of suggestions through pre-made filters of popular entries in different categories including high school, college, employer, hometown, current city, or mutual friend. Lastly, buttons to add the displayed users as friends are always visible, instead of only when a user is moused over.
This prevents users from seeing only those that graduated their year — a popular method of finding potential friends. When users import their contacts from their email provider, they’re shown a list of non-friends they can send requests or invites to join Facebook to. Having stored someone’s number may be a better indicator of friendship than having emailed them, so these mobile iterations of Find Friends might help Facebook make more accurate friend suggestions than the web version.
Please use newer version of your browser or visit Internet Explorer 6 countdown page for more information. In addition to normal concerns of privacy and the real danger of identity theft, journalists are pulled by the desire for transparency in what we do and the need to protect sources and to protect the privacy of our family and friends. This tutorial takes you though the setup process and shows you how to setup your account for maximum sensible privacy.
You will likely change these restrictive settings as you better understand how Facebook works and as you better understand how you want to use Facebook as a reporter. In Facebook all the content is generated by you and by your friends…and advertisers, of course. In addition to your basic information, your profile is where you publish information about yourself. The following images show the information that I suggest you share to begin using Facebook. There is little risk in letting your friends and readers know what about your favorite TV show or book.
For example, by specifying that I work at the University of California I will be able to join the UC Facebook Network. You want some people to see a lot of information, but most people to see a small subset of information about you.
I suggest inviting someone you know who is pretty savvy about Facebook…ask the intern in your newsroom.
An email is sent to your friend’s email with a link to your profile picture and an option to accept your invitation. As you add more friends and activities, Facebook will continually expand the scope of people recommended as friends. And your co-workers probably aren’t as interested in the personal parts of your life as your family members. Use this to prepare for a category of friends that you haven’t yet started to gather…like Readers or Family. The next section will show how to use these lists to set custom privacy and information access settings. The idea that you can accomplish this by setting all your privacy options to the most restrictive setting just doesn’t make sense. Removing the birthday would be slightly more secure, but birthdays are part of the Facebook culture. If your life is more exciting or you enter more risque or controversial personal information you can control who sees that information. If you wish to have only your family see your personal information, create a Friends List that contains everyone except the family friends that you want to be able to see your Personal Information. Through the use of Facebook Friends Lists you can, with some work and creativity, restrict the information you share with different categories of friends. This content can be a standard text post or it can be a photo, video or a link to other content on the Internet. Clicking one of the lists in the left column will just show you the news from from friends who are on that list.
Recommendations that come from someone you know are more interesting and more effective than almost any other type of advertising.
Facebook can match these up with products and services that you use and transform  this information into an ad campaign targeted specifically at your friends. For most users, especially journalists trying to attract users to content, this is generally not a problem.
Because applications have poor privacy policies and a great deal of access to your information, thoroughly research an application before you authorize the application.
You can supply a fictitious name with an email account (as I did by giving my cat Kali her own Facebook account). Once you establish your Facebook identity, all Facebook native services are available to you when you are on Facebook.
You can participate in this new not-at-Facebook social network without setting up a new account and providing more personal information about yourself at another web site. Your friends will see which third-party sites you join and you will see which friends are on the third-party site. Note this also blocks the sites you join from spamming your friends with invitations to join you on the third-party site. Beacon broadcasts what you buy, what you review and other actions that you take on participating third-party sites to all your friends.


The program, although now more controlled by the user, is still a form of affinity marketing. This is obviously not a role for a journalist. They get their data from various sources and display them on one page where you can see online profiles, blog posts that person made, archives and other valuable information.
KGBPeople is a very robust engine for finding people and their social networking accounts, web data, pictures and so on. I really like their ability to do a reverse email lookup (using the 16 most popular social networking sites) and haven’t found any free website doing a better job on this. In that case, you can use Jigsaw (which is probably the biggest business directory) to search by company and find that person’s phone number.
You can also do a reverse phone and address search so if you know the address or the phone, you can easily find the name.
However there are some excellent free functions they provide and that’s why I put it in the list. The new Find Friends Nearby feature went live first as a mobile web page, but was quickly rolled out to the iOS and Android versions of Facebook's mobile app. When Glancee was bought by Facebook, the app's three developers went to work for Facebook and shut down Glancee.
It sounds an awful lot like a feature Facebook already has - the ability to see who's checked in near you - combined with a feature Apple rolled out with iOS 5 last year - the Find My Friends app.
While you're there you discover that your friend has pretty good taste in friends, and you'd like to connect with some of the people you've met. Which means that until Facebook streamlines the feature a little, the only reason to use the mobile app instead of the webpage would be if you're not signed into Facebook on your phone's browser. Today people spend 700 billion minutes per month sharing links, pictures, videos, and their thoughts at any given moment. Your  friend list, on the top right of the screen, lets you find friends based on friends that your friends know. For each of the items listed — including Birthday, Contact Information, and Photos and Videos I’m Tagged In — you can limit the information shared by clicking the drop-down menu on the right and selecting Customize. This interface was better suited to finding people you had met numerous times within that shared context, but not added as friends.
For instance, they might see filters for their own current city, one they previously listed as their current city, and a current city shared by many of their friends. While some may complain that the new Find Friends Browser makes it easier for people to track you down without your consent, most will benefit from being able to add people as friends who they only met briefly. Facebook also uses the data to power friend suggestions for both the person who uploaded the contacts and the contacts on the list. The prompt explains “When your number is on your profile, friends can use Facebook to call you. If you have a different email you want to publish, or if you wish to remove your email from your Facebook profile, this is the place.
This may make it easier to find and contact individuals about stories related to the UC system. Casual acquaintances could be Facebook friends but you don’t want to share much with them…but you still want to keep tabs on them. Making your friends visible makes them access points for information about you that you may not want generally available. Even those that do not violate Facebook’s privacy policy can access and distribute information that you thought was private.
However, there’s a (nice) catch: you cannot view the full email but can always send a message to the person via their system. If you have a picture of a person and you want to see where that picture appears elsewhere on the web this is a great tool. Find Friends Nearby isn't about helping you find the people you're already friends with, though. Usually that involves having each of them tell you their name (and, if they're anything like me, spell it for you) and sending friend requests one by one. In that case, navigating through the menus to get to Find Friends Nearby might be more convenient than typing in your password, especially if your password is long and complicated. And people who use Facebook on their mobile devices are twice as active as non-mobile users.
Then install it in your Web browser (Chrome, Firefox, Opera, or Safari), log into Facebook, and Unfriend Finder will do its work.
In the pop-up window, write the name of the previously created friend list in the Hide This From box. Some companies also have a network, but you must have a valid work e-mail address to affiliate yourself with that business. The change favors users who have been on Facebook for awhile and probably have more friends still left to be found in the networks of friends than their own. Users can still use class year filters when performing a search for people within Facebook. While a fundamental part of to site’s growth and loyalty strategy, Facebook has also had to respond to German privacy concerns about the feature with changes. The exposure of education information may make it easier to find sensitive identity information through other sources. You can also send an email to friends who are not on Facebook inviting them to join Facebook so that they can be your Facebook friend. People who pose with you may not realize that, as a journalist, you are a public figure and that by posing with you their relationship with you may become more publicized than they wish. In the privacy setting example above, I’ve excluded everyone except family from seeing my Facebook friends. The developer uses the Facebook Connect code to authenticate that you are a real person—at least that you have a real Facebook identity.
They currently index 1 billion images…and this is a very small proportion of the web but the index grows rapidly every month.
Often if you’re looking for a married female you can find her maiden name this way (or if you don’t know her married but know the maiden name.) You will also see previous locations where that person lived. While these new people you've met might be cool, they may not be cool enough to be worth all the hassle.
You should have two options - Find Friends on Your Phone and Other Tools - above a list of people you may know.
The group window works the same way as a Wall, and while what you write will appear in your Newsfeed, only members of your group will be able to see.
Unlike the old drop-down menu, category-separated interface, the checkbox filters can be combined to show you very specific suggestions, such as people who went to your high school and work at Google with some of your friends.
So the more you use, the bigger the chances are you’re going to find the person you’re looking for. There you'll see a whole lot of ways to find new friends - your city, your home towm, your workplace, and so on.




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