Facebook can be accessed by a large range of devices over the Internet and mobile networks such as desktops, laptops, tablet computers, and smartphones. A user profile can be created after registering to use the site, which indicating their name, occupation, schools attended and so on. Users can add other users as "friends", receive notifications when others update their profiles or make posts, exchange messages, share digital videos and links, post status updates and digital photos and use various software applications ("apps"). In addition, users may join common-interest user groups organized by workplace, school, hobbies or other topics, and categorize their friends into lists such as "People From Work" or "Close Friends".
You should have a Facebook page if you have a business. Maybe Facebook page for business was set up by one of your many employees but you as the company owner or manager may not have access to it. So how do you even know who controls the page and what happens if that person that set it up quits or is fired?
That's a great question, and one we hear almost every week from customers at Infront. Here's the good news but you've got to do it NOW, before anything tragic happens. If you have a business Facebook page and if the person who set it up still works for you, you can ask for the password or just have yourself added as an admin on the page and have total control of it. However, the bad news is that if your employee has already left and you don't have admin access, there's pretty much nothing you can do about it and you're completely at the mercy of your (potentially) disgruntled employee.
But for today, let's assume that everything's fine and you just want to change the password. Here are the steps to do that.
Login to Facebook Using Your Current Password
Once logged in, go to the top right of your page and click on the settings icon.
2. Go to Your “Settings” Page
Clicking on “settings” will navigate you to your account settings page. Look for the “Password” area four options down. Click the “Edit” button on the right.
3. Change Your Password
After clicking on the Edit option, you have to enter in your current password, then create your new one. Make sure the new password you make is either “medium” or “strong”. Having a weak password makes it easier for your Facebook to be compromised again in the future.
When you’re done, click on “Save Changes.”