How do I log into my Facebook account?
Make sure no one else is logged in to your facebook account.
1. To log someone else out, click at the top right of any Facebook page and select Log Out
2. Go to the top of www.facebook.com and enter one of the following:
- Email address: You can log in with any email address that is currently listed on your Facebook account
- Username: You can also log in with your username
- Mobile number: If you have a mobile number confirmed on your account you can enter it
3. Enter your password
4. Click Login
Social Media Login makes it easy to connect with people using your app or website, read the basics about the features of login in our overview.
How to protect your Facebook Account:
Sometimes spammers create fake websites that look like the Facebook login page. When you enter your email and password on one of these pages, the spammer records your information and keeps it. This is called phishing.
When someone has been phished, their account will often start automatically sending messages or links to a large number of their friends. These messages or links are usually ads telling friends to check out videos or products.
If your account is automatically sending out spammy messages or links, secure it here.
If you think your friend’s account was phished, tell them to change their password and run anti-virus software on their computer.
Also if you are a developer this will be helpful:
Facebook Login support for Windows 8 launches today and is ready to use for app developers, but the Windows Phone 8 version launches in beta today. Microsoft says it expects the beta will last for around two months to gain feedback. A number of apps are integrating the new support soon. Foursquare is planning to update its Windows 8 app to take advantage of the Facebook Login support. Adobe is also updating its Photoshop Express and Revel apps to let users easily share photos through the apps. iHeartRadio will support the Facebook Login API on Windows 8 to enable quick access to its app. Easy access to apps is essential for app developers to ensure consumers actually use their apps without the friction typically associated with having to sign up for yet another online account.