Facebook is one of the most popular social networking platforms on the internet. It has over two billion active users and continues to grow. Facebook allows you to connect with friends and family, share photos and videos, and stay up-to-date on what’s going on in your friends’ lives.
You can also use Facebook to stay connected with your favorite brands and businesses. There are many different ways to use Facebook, and one of the most popular is by using it to login to other websites and services.
This is known as Facebook auto login. Auto login allows you to login to websites and services with your Facebook account instead of having to remember a bunch of different usernames and passwords.
There are many different websites and services that allow you to use Facebook auto login, but not all of them are created equal. In this tutorial, we will show you how to turn on auto login for Facebook on the most popular websites and services.
How To Turn On Auto Login Facebook On Google
To turn on auto login for Facebook on Google, follow these steps:
1. Open a web browser and go to https://www.google.com/settings/security/autologin
2. Login to your Google account
3. Click on the “Edit” link next to “Auto-login for certain websites”
4. Click on the “Add a new website” button
5. Enter the following information
Video – How To Turn On Auto Login Facebook
Now that you have successfully turned on auto login for Facebook, let’s take a look at some of the settings you can configure to make your experience even better.
To start, you can decide how long you want Facebook to stay logged in for. Under the “Auto Login” section of the “Security” tab in your settings, you’ll see a section called “Stay Logged In.” By default, it is set to “Never,” but you can change it to “Forced Login” to make sure Facebook always logs in automatically, or you can set it to a specific number of hours.
You can also choose whether or not to require a password when Facebook automatically logs in. This setting is also under the “Auto Login” section of the “Security” tab in your settings. If you choose “No,” Facebook will automatically log in without requiring a password, but if you choose “Yes,” you’ll be prompted to enter your password when Facebook logs in automatically.
Finally, you can choose whether or not to show notifications for Facebook events and messages when Facebook is automatically logged in. This setting is under the “Notifications” section of the “Apps” tab in your settings. By default, it is set to “On,” but you can change it to “Off” if you don’t want to see notifications for Facebook events and messages when you’re automatically logged in.