3. You can turn on ‘pending posts’ to review posts to groups before they appear on the wall. Being able to review posts before they appear gives you more control of what appears on timelines, pages and groups.
4. Utilise privacy shortcuts to make sure you’re clear on who can see posts, you can access the privacy shortcuts by clicking on the padlock logo at the top right corner of your timeline and adjust your settings.
5. Pupils and teachers can still keep a professional distance - classroom groups are closed and pupils and teachers do not have to be friends on Facebook to interact.
6. Use the ‘View as’ button on your Timeline to see what your profile looks like to different people - using this function enables you to ensure that they are in control of who can view what content on their profile.
7. Use the ‘activity log’ button on your Timeline to curate different profiles for different audiences - the activity log enables you to choose which of your activity can be viewed and by whom
8. Untag photos you might be uncomfortable with or change their audience.
9. Familiarise yourself with Facebook’s reporting tools - there are two main ways to contact Facebook - in the help centre which provides information and contact links sorted by topic and from content on the site where people can report abuse or violations of Facebook’s standards through the reporting tool.
10. Know where to find support with Facebook’s Family Safety Centre - https://www.facebook.com/safety.
If you have any tips of your own, please share them in the comments below.