The Facebook login home page will let you log out depending on what device you’re on and whether you know where the log out button is. Your Facebook home page will automatically login if you tell your browser to remember the password and tick the box that tells Facebook to stay logged in. However, if you want to log out of your Facebook home page, I will show you where the log out button is located.
Facebook home page log out
If you are on a desktop computer such as a Mac or PC, then either copy and paste or click on the Facebook home page link https://www.facebook.com to open Facebook in your web browser.
Then, when you’re on your Facebook page there should be a circle gear symbol at the top right that looks like the symbol to the right. Click on that symbol and that will bring up a menu bar. The third from last option is “Log Out” which if you click will log you out of Facebook.
Facebook home page automatic login
Depending on the specific device you’re using Facebook will automatically login in the home page. You can log out following the steps above. Also, you can go into your web browser’s settings and select for it to not remember the password, which will keep Facebook from staying logged in.
Note: If you are in a public setting make sure you do not leave your Facebook account logged in. Someone can get on your Facebook account and cause tons of problems. As sad as it sounds, people have been killed and divorces have happened due to comments and statuses on Facebook. Therefore be wary when you leave your Facebook home page logged in.
Facebook home page automatic log out
If you’re using Google Chrome you can download the Facebook automatic log out extension, which will make sure you are logged out of Facebook each time you’re done using it. The extension is super helpful and keeps others from using your Facebook account.
Facebook’s homepage has gone through some changes over the years. When it was created ten years ago, users had to have an active college email address in order to access the social network site. That meant that everyone on Facebook was in college and that was the point of it in the early days. You used the college email address to log in. Then Facebook allowed anyone over a certain age to create an account as long as they were invited by someone who was already a user – which made it kind of like a college party that high school students had to be invited to. The exclusivity of Facebook ended a few years later when it opened up to anyone 13 and up as well as celebrities, companies, and musicians who have a separate login homepage. Now Facebook is the most popular website, period.
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