Minggu, 07 Agustus 2011

Facebook mobile site m.facebook.com relaunched

The previous version of mobile site was different for diverse mobile user like for touch screen mobile user, it was touch.facebook.com. First of all it was made for high-end touchscreen and after that it was designed for feature phones. But now only one site (m.facebook.com) is designed for all mobile users that will work according to your mobile phones.

Previously, some mobile browsers are not capable to show the Full facebook site. The new facebook mobile site gives more convenience to access facebook from your phone. Before today, only feature phone could access m.faceook.com, while some Smartphone users probably use native applications to access facebook. But now, every device uses the same framework that means everyone can get the benefits of facebook features, whether writing messages or checking into Places. With m.facebook.com, works of facebook site is also became easy because now they can move even faster and make new features just once for every mobile device.

The new version of the site is supported wireless universal resource file (WURFL) technology. Facebook new website features will permit users to remove the thousands of formerly written code for old mobile website. M.facebook.com will maximize development usefulness functions that respond to diverse device application development.

Using face book mobile web, you can use main features of the site like adding friends, making wall posts as well as editing your privacy settings, but you can not take the benefit of facebook chat or adding networks. Now you can upload photos and video on your profile and also change your profile picture through your mobile phone.

Senin, 30 Mei 2011

m.facebook.com – Mobile Facebook

by cell phone m.facebook.com is the quick link to the mobile version of Facebook, where you can connect and share photos, links and videos with your friends by your mobile.

How to Log in?

If you signed up for m.facebook.com from your phone, enter your number including country code and excluding “+” or “00″ when logging in. If not, log in with your usual email and password.

How to Upload Photos/Videos?

facebook help page Log in your Mobile Facebook, go to the Publisher, located at the top of your Wall, and click the Photos button next to “Attach.” Then click “Upload a Photo” and select the “upload via email” link.

More FAQs from http://m.facebook.com/help/?view=faq

Site m.facebook.com Gets Privacy Controls

More than 150 million people are actively use Facebook on mobile devices, often posting status updates and photos. If a user wants to set their status to only be available to friends before making a particularly sensitive post, they’ll soon be able to do this from m.facebook.com. The blog makes no mention of when Facebook’s mobile apps, like Facebook for iPhone, will gain privacy controls.

The mobile site is only part of Facebook’s multi-pronged mobile strategy, which also includes mobile apps and 0.facebook.com, but the addition shows that the company is committed to letting users control their data across platforms. The feature is being rolled out slowly, so it is currently unclear if users will be able to set distribution on a post-by-post basis or only as an overarching setting.

Users will soon be able to access the new mobile privacy controls at m.facebook.com/privacy, or by navigating to Settings->Privacy Settings. There they’ll be able to select who can see the content they share by selecting one of the buckets (Friends Only, Friends of Friends, Everyone, Recommended or Custom) that came along with the new privacy interface released in late May. Recommended is the first option, however, this in fact means sharing posts with everyone, which we noted could be risky since users often post content which could be dangerous or damaging to their credibility if seen by the wrong people.

Users will also have granular privacy control of who sees any of the actions one can take on Facebook. Block lists, public search settings, and basic directory information privacy will also be editable from m.facebook.com.

Mobile Site m.facebook.com’s New Home Page Emphasizes Notifications

The relatively low-bandwidth interface is part of Facebook’s multi-pronged mobile strategy designed to ensure users have access to the service regardless of their handset or the strength of their data connection. M.facebook.com fits between more data intensive mobile applications like Facebook for iPhone and mobile site touch.facebook.com, and the minimal-bandwidth interface 0.facebook.com.

When users visit m.facebook.com they’ll see a trimmed down version of the status publisher above the new notifications, birthdays and requests panel. From here users can respond to friend requests, see that day’s birthdays, and click through links to view all of their latest notifications or their pending event invitations and other requests. This change refocuses the mobile interface on viewing and responding to the actions of others over creating new content.

Below notifications users will see Top News or Most Recent views of their news feed. Options to view only status updates or photos have been relocated behind the See More Stories button at the bottom of the Most Recent feed. There users will also find options to view feeds of only Link, Note, or Event stories — options not available on Facebook.com. Comment and like buttons are now in-line with news feed story timestamps, giving a more streamlined look with less empty white space. At the bottom of the feed is a People You May Know panel similar to the one seen in the right sidebar of the web version of Facebook.com’s home page.

At the bottom of the home page, the Bookmarks panel has been split with Notifications, My Pages, Events, and Photos remaining above the fold; and Links, Notes, Groups, and SMS hidden behind a More button.

This redesign is primarily aesthetic, and doesn’t give m.facebook.com users Places functionality like touch.facebook.com and Facebook for iPhone have. Though some traffic comes from m.facebook.com being used to direct people to download their handset specific Facebook app, m.facebook.com had almost 10 million daily active users and almost 50 million monthly active users by mid August. Keeping this user base engaged through redesigns is important as Facebook waits for them to have access to more full-featured apps and interfaces which increase overall usage.

Senin, 23 Mei 2011

Www m facebook com login - .Pdf & Word Free Ebooks Download

'The only problem with facebook is that the login textboxes in the mobile version don't work on kindle, so you can't enter any text on them :-S
The solution is quite straightforwards... log in to the full version and then (before it hangs up and after the log in process is done) go to the address address bar and change it to m.facebook.com.'

I tried the websites for mobiles http://www.m.facebook.com etc from a desktop PC using Firefox and Opera. I could enter the sites, but didn't stay to look around. I assume the Kindle3 webkit browser will be able to do this too.

Will Kindle3 be able to enter the normal websites listed in the left-handside column above? If so, what will the user-experience be, acceptable or just plain awful (if answerable)?

For me the Kindle3 is for reading, but our teenage children want to use it for facebook too. From what I have seen I think they will be able to, so will go ahead and buy.

Rabu, 18 Mei 2011

Mobile > Mobile: Facebook Mobile Web (m.facebook.com)

Using social media is one of the most popular things people do on their phones -- and not just on smartphones. A new analysis indicates that more mobile Facebook users .Facebook is a social network site that started out strictly for college students and was available by invitation only. Now, it is a cultural phenomenon stretching across the globe. With more worldwide users than MySpace, Facebook has taken hold as undisputable leader amongst social networking sites.

The network is made up of hundreds of separate networks based around schools, businesses and regions. Although registration is now open to the public, the site still caters to a college and high school demographic focusing on networking through groups and social activism.

Profiles allow users to post pictures, comments, blogs and apps. Additionally, it has some of the best privacy options on the Internet. We felt that Facebook really encouraged using the site to foster relationships with people you already know, or friends of friends. Within hours, we were already in touch with scores of old friends, relatives and acquaintances.

The only real griping we could do concerns Facebook’s lack of customization options. However, most users like the design and uniform feel of the site the way it is. Choosing between MySpace and Facebook is really a matter of interface preference and going to where your friends are. But, if you’re new to the whole social networking thing, Facebook is the place to be.

Facebook's mobile website more popular than its apps

Facebook Profile: Key Features

  • Facebook allows you to maintain a friends list and choose privacy settings to tailor who can see what on your profile
  • Facebook allows you to upload photos and maintain photo albums that can be shared with your friends
  • Facebook supports interactive online chat and the ability to comment on your friends "walls" in order to keep in touch or just say 'hi'.
  • Facebook supports groups and fan pages, allowing businesses to effectively use Facebook as a vehicle for social media marketing
  • Facebook's developer network delivers advanced functionality in the form of social apps like Flixster and Vampire Wars
  • Facebook Connect allows websites to interact with Facebook and allows Facebook to be used as a universal login authentication service

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