Hello and welcome to VisiHow. In this series of videos I will introduce you to the Facebook application and some of its more complicated settings and features. Today you will be shown how to edit and add basic information, like birthday, gender, and languages spoken on your Facebook page on the iPhone 6.
This example uses 'Birthday' of which only friends are able to view, as indicated by the 'Friends' label and checkmark to the right. To make this information public, click 'Public,' which is the top option on the pop-up menu.
The other example used here is the birth year. Here, the year is viewed by 'Only Me,' as indicated by the label and the checkmark to the right. To make the birth year viewable to friends, click 'Friends,' which is the second option on the pop-up menu.
The keyboard appears at the bottom of the screen when you can type your desired language. This example is French, which Facebook will suggest a format for the language. Choose the desired format to see the language under the 'Language' label in your profile.
In this instance, friends are able to view the languages spoken, as indicated by the checkmark to the right of the 'Friends' option in the pop-up menu. To make this information public, click 'Public' which is the top option in the pop-up menu.
Near the bottom of 'Edit Profile' menu the option for 'Religious Views.' Click the white box under the 'Religious Views' label to access the keyboard and enter a religion. This information can be left empty.
You have just watched the editing of personal and basic info on the Facebook application on the iPhone 6. If you have any additional questions on how Facebook and related applications work please leave them in the comment section below to be answered as soon as possible. Stay in touch with VisiHow. Bye-bye.