Facebook Updates Inline Privacy Control

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If you hadn’t noticed, Facebook recently tweaked inline privacy control for its users. It makes setting privacy much simpler, enabling users to remove and update settings when they post updates, or after.


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Users also have the additional option to tag people via a button in the status box.

Additionally, the new tweaks also allow users to easily add location to their posts. This can be turned on or off at any time.

With the new privacy settings, users can easily control who sees updates or comments on posts they share. Once set, it remains for future posts until the settings are changed again. The “Everyone” label has been changed to “Public”.

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Facebook settings (especially Privacy controls) have always been hidden up in submenus, so this is a welcome tweak for users.

What do you think of the new tweaks?

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