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How to change your privacy settings for social media

How to change your privacy settings for social media- Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

Do you know how to change your privacy settings on social media? Find out in this post.

22% of eGPlearners (responders to the quiz) do not. Making sure your privacy settings are set to your preference and up to date is a vital part of keeping you and your patients safe if you are using social media.

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In this episode of the eGPlearning #TipThursday I show you how to change your privacy settings on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn so you can be sure you are sharing only what you want to share.

Facebook privacy settings

See this section to learn how to do a Facebook privacy check-up. Also, see the privacy shortcuts that Facebook offers to support users.

Twitter privacy settings

In this section, I show you how to change your privacy settings on Twitter including how to make your account private

LinkedIn privacy settings

With a happy medium of content with privacy settings compared to Facebook and Twitter, watch this section to see how to get the most out of the professional social network.

Ensuring your privacy settings are up to date and set at a level you choose is vital to keeping both you, and your patients safe when using social media. I recommend checking them every 6 months to a year.

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