Facebook is one of the most famous social networks that exist today and although many young people would prefer Snapchat or Instagram, this social network is an extremely comprehensive virtual place and will continue to be for a while. Even though Facebook’s business model has evolved to include its mobile incarnation and other associated applications, the old family website is still the place of choice for many. And why not? Facebook is one of the most advanced public websites that exist. In fact, there are so many things you can do on Facebook that you probably do not know everything, we are talking about all the official functions, easy to access and easy to access that are just a few clicks away. This time we have brought you some surprises that you can find on this page when the Easter season approaches, there are even some functions that seem to be remnants of past times that we are not even sure that Facebook even knows they exist.
The inbox that you did not even know you had
If you have been a Facebook user for a while, then you probably have a folder full of unread messages that you did not even know you had: the “Message requests” folder (previously, the “Other” folder). This is where Facebook sends all the messages of people with whom you are not currently friends, but who try to communicate with you. To review these messages, click on the “messages” icon at the top of your home screen (a chat icon with the Messenger Lightning icon in the middle). By default, you will find yourself in the “Recent” tab of your inbox. Directly to the right, you will find the “Message requests” tab. After clicking on this, you can see a link that says “View filtered requests”.
Create a personalized customizable message
Sometimes you want to share something that is worth more than a few sentences or a single image. If you do not have your own blog, you can take advantage of a note, this is a personal blog post that lives within the Facebook ecosystem. Here you can share paragraphs of text and multiple images, just go to facebook.com/notes, where you will find notes of the people you follow. If you want to add yours, simply click on the “Write a note” link in the upper right corner. Spill your ideas using the easy publications editor, add a cover image if you wish, and share just like you would with a normal Facebook post. If you can not finish your note at once, save it and post it later.