Add Professional Skills to Your Facebook Profile on iPhone 6
Edited by Kara, Melissa Rae, Eng
Hello, and welcome to VisiHow. In this video, I'm going to show you how to add your professional skills to your Facebook profile if you have an iPhone 6.
To start with, unlock the phone by pressing the button at the bottom, and access the home screen with all of the applications on it.
Next, we're looking for the Facebook icon, which is a blue square with a white letter "f" on it.
Give it a tap to open it.
Then, look at the bottom menu bar, and tap on the option that says "More".
Give it a tap, and it will take us to the main menu.
Next, look for "Update Info".
It's the first line under the profile link. Give it a tap.
Scroll down to the "PROFESSIONAL SKILLS" section.
For career-oriented people, editing the "PROFESSIONAL SKILLS" section on their Facebook profile can help them find a better job, and it can be helpful for connecting them with the company they currently work with. Tap on the "Add your skills" line.
Tap "What skills do you have?".
It will summon the keyboard, and then we can type. We've added three professional skills.
We can make the skills public, private or only available for friends to view.
Tap on the globe icon to see the options.
To make it private, tap "More Options".
Tap "Only Me" to make it private.
To save the addition, tap "Save".
It will take a second or two to proceed.
Scroll down to "PROFESSIONAL SKILLS".
In the example, it says, "Responsibility, Languages and Punctuality". It means we're always on time.
To delete the professional skills, tap "Edit".
Tap on the little cross next to each skill.
Let's tap on "Punctuality", and it's gone. There are only two left. Tap on "Save" to save the changes.
You just watched me add professional skills to my Facebook profile.
If you have any additional questions on Facebook and connected applications, please leave them in the comment section below.
Video: Add Professional Skills to Your Facebook Profile
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Recent edits by: Melissa Rae, Kara