Monday, 28 March 2011


The Blue Bar of social networking site facebook

  • Monday, 28 March 2011
  • Tommy MIA
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  • Running across the top of every page on Facebook is the same bright blue bar, cleverly known as “the blue bar.” It will be your faithful companion for all your journeys on Facebook, more loyal than Tonto, Robin, or even
    Dr. Bunsen Honeydew’s faithful lab assistant, Beaker.

    The left side of the blue bar

                                                                                                                         The right side of the blue bar

    The three icons in the blue bar, from left to right: Friend Requests, Messages, and Notifications. All three light up with numbers in little red balloons to let you know how many new friend requests, messages, or notifications you’ve received since the last time you checked. Click on them to open their pop-up menus for more details.

    The links in the blue bar help you navigate your way around Facebook.

    n Facebook and Home take you to your Home page on Facebook.
    n Click on the Friend Requests icon to open a pop-up menu that shows you the most recent friend requests and friend suggestions you’ve received.
    n Click on the Messages icon to open a pop-up menu that shows you summaries of the newest messages you’ve received in your Inbox.
    n Click on the Notifications icon to see your latest notifications—short messages that let you know when something has happened that Facebook thinks you should know about, such as a friend writing on your Wall or commenting on something you’ve posted.
    n Toward the middle of the blue bar is Facebook’s search field. You can use this to find all sorts of things on Facebook: people, Groups, Events, Pages, apps, and more. You can even use it to search for results on the web.
    n Profile takes you to your Profile page.
    n Clicking on Account opens a menu that lets you access your account settings, privacy settings, and other account management tools. It’s also where you’ll find the command to log out of Facebook when you need to.

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