Due to the fact that Facebook has lots of contents, talking about different pages, groups, people’s post, friends, photo and video tags, places, and events, it can make using the Facebook search button quite cumbersome. But do not worry, Facebook just gets easier by the day as I will show you how to streamline your Facebook search for your desired purpose. One of the basic ways to use your Facebook search in your Facebook new account or Facebook app is by spelling correctly. Read on and let’s explore more.
Facebook Search by Name on your Facebook new account or old Facebook account
When you equally use the name option, it brings out for you, full search result of the users that have the name you searched for. I can’t count the number of Facebook users that currently use this option because there are actually so many. The use of Facebook search, by name option, is a sure way to make progress with your search.
So, take the leap with the search button and search for friends and general content on Facebook by name, and get a full load of desired search results well customized for you, with the correct spelling.
How to use Facebook Search by Name on your Facebook account
Now, note that whenever you search for photos or pictures, your search brings out all the pictures that were tagged with the name you just searched for. This also applies to videos, pages, places, groups, events, peoples post, and also finding people. Navigating through Facebook just got easier when it comes to searching for things. If you are familiar with the known Google search, then this should be as easy as ABC. Follow these simple steps to finding anything on Facebook search with your Facebook account:
- Enter the home page at www.facebook.com with your web browser or mobile app.
- On your keyboard, type the exact name of what you need in the search box at the top, and enter.
- The page that comes up will display a list of items which you have searched for.
You can narrow it down to a particular item which can be searching for a page, a friend, an event or even anything new related. Just immediately after the menu, there are two options. I am talking about the “all” and “more” button. The more button gives you access to a specific class of thing that you want to look for, related to your search. That’s if the first page does not contain what you are looking for. There is the “see more” result link that’s found right below the list of search results. To widen your search, click on the see more result link that is on the search list. Also, note that when you search for a specific or particular thing, Facebook brings out all the content on that item. Facebook just keeps getting better.