Manage Apps & Websites You Logged In Using Facebook
I logged in Facebook this evening only to see this…
Protecting Your Information We understand the importance of keeping you data safe, and are making it easier for you to control which apps you share information with.
You can go to the apps and websites section of your settings anytime to see the apps and websites you have used Facebook to log into. You can also remove the ones you don’t want connected to Facebook anymore.
I was about asking myself why Facebook had to display that info on my news feed and came to realize that it’s a basic way to inform users that we all can now manage apps and websites we logged in using Facebook. See the screenshot below…
|Manage Apps And Websites Logged In With Facebook|
There are many websites online which require you to log in with your email address and password or Create an Account with them to make use of their services and at the same time add some social buttons below asking you to ease yourself the stress by clicking on one of the buttons.
HOW TO MANAGE APPS & WEBSITES LOGGED IN USING FACEBOOK
To get this done, you are to:
- Log in Facebook
- Tap on the 3dash at the top-right corner of your screen
- Scroll down and click on Settings
- After that, click on Account Settings
- Now scroll down and select Apps
Trouble ShootingDidn’t see this feature? Update Your Facebook App
- Tap on Logged In With Facebook
The next screen displays a list of apps and websites you have logged in to using Facebook.
- Now kindly tick the ones you which to remove and click on the Remove button
If you received the notification on your new feed then kindly click Go to Settings and follow the above step to proceed.
View Removed Apps & Websites
Click on the “Removed” tab and a list of deleted apps will be listed.
View Expired Apps & Websites
Click on the “Expired” tab to see expired apps and websites you previously signed in using Facebook.
Is it safe to manage Apps & Websites logged in with Facebook?
Well, for me personally it’s a very good idea to check from time to time apps that are using your Facebook Account to access their services. So you can remove apps and websites running with your Facebook account without your consent.