Facebook, one of the world’s most popular websites, has a smooth sign in homepage. The Facebook sign up homepage puts everything you need to get started right at your fingertips.
Facebook has made leaps and bounds over the years to make their homepage streamlined and easy to follow. Here, we will show you how to navigate that new Facebook sign up homepage on a browser and for the app. Read closely.
1. The Facebook Sign Up Homepage (General)
If you type in Facebook’s website, you’ll come across this:
It’s got a description of the things you can do on Facebook on the left and the sign up process on the right (you should focus on this to get signed in for the first time). At the top, on the dark blue bar, you see the logo on the left and the login boxes on the right. You can also create a page for a musician, celebrity, or company by selecting the link beneath the green “Sign Up” box. Just above this box, in fine print, are the Policies of Facebook for you to review.
Here’s what the Facebook sign up homepage on the app looks like. It’s much simpler, as you can see.
2. Need Another Language?
Good news! Facebook has allowed for the translation of the Facebook sign up homepage into several other languages including: German, French, Hindi, Italian, Arabic, Spanish, Portuguese, Mandarin, Japanese, Polish, and the list goes on (by clicking the ellipses next to Japanese). These links are at the bottom of the screen and by clicking one, you’ll instantly change the entire Facebook sign up homepage into the language of choice.
3. Facebook Company Information
Just below the language translator on the Facebook sign up homepage, in white, you’ll find a list of Facebook company information. Everything you’d want to know about the company, about creating ads, about applying for jobs, about becoming a developer, apps, games, mobile, and so forth, you’ll be able to find here. If you don’t know what it is that you are looking for, just click “Topics”.
The Facebook sign up homepage has changed a lot over the years, but it has always retained most of the information mentioned above. I find that the language option is one of the most useful. My friend did not speak English, so she had to click on the Arabic link in order to change the language into her own so that she could use Facebook. Once you click on your preferred language, the entire site will convert to that language, even once you’ve logged in. You can always change it back to English by scrolling down to the bottom of the page, or clicking on your account in the top right of the screen. The Facebook company information is also very useful for those applying to internships and for those who want to do some research on the business aspects of Facebook because it is a business behind all those photos and articles and statues. Here, you can also learn about advertising. So, the Facebook sign up homepage is useful and full of great information.
Hope this helps with navigating the new Facebook sign up homepage. As Facebook continues to get more streamlined, yet more complex, we’re sure you’ll have some questions and suggestions! Leave them in the comment box below. Thanks for visiting!