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10 Facebook Features To Help You Get Ahead

Facebook may not be the core of your professional social network, but you should be doing these things on Facebook to get connected, get protected and get ahead.
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If you have an Android-based smartphone, you can use Facebook Home, which puts the social network front and center on your mobile device. This feature requires a certain level of commitment or affinity to Facebook, but it will certainly help keep you connected if Facebook is really important to you.

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i know the some bugs of facebook but they are not security, is they consider for bounty
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