Facebook Language Setting – How to Change Language in Facebook to Any of Your Choice
“How to Change Language in Facebook”; When you create a Facebook account, it appears in the same language as the one you choose in your device’s language settings. In this article, I will be showing you can change your language on Facebook.
There are more than 100 languages to choose from on Facebook. So, if you wish to change your language, read on to find out how to do that.
You can change your Language on Facebook using the mobile app and also the web on your desktop or pc. So, let’s find out how that can be done.
Where is settings on Facebook 2021?
How to Change Language in Facebook
You can change your Language settings to see things like buttons, notifications, most text, and tooltips in a different language. Have in mind that changing region settings like temperature and dates, time, and number formats are only available on your computer at this time.
Follow the instructions below to change your language in your Facebook account;
- Open the Facebook website and click on the dropdown arrow at the right top.
- Then click on “Settings & Privacy” and select Settings.
- Click Language and Region in the left column. From here, you can change the language you see on Facebook.
- Click on “Edit” next to the Facebook language and pick a language that you’d like to use.
- Then click on “Save Changes”.
Change how dates, time, and numbers show on your Facebook; follow below;
- Click on “Edit” that is next to Formats for dates, times, and numbers, and then choose a region to use.
- Save the new settings by clicking on “Save Changes”.
Change your Facebook temperature from Fahrenheit or Celsius;
- To change, simply click on “Temperature” and change it.
- Click Save Changes to commence.
How to Change Language in Facebook App
To change Language in the Facebook app, follow the instructions below to do that;
- Tap the menu at the top or bottom right of your Facebook.
- Then scroll down and tap “Settings & Privacy > Language”.
- Select the language you want your Facebook to appear in and tap Save changes to commence.
Just like that, your Language on Facebook will be changed to the one you’ve selected. Now, you don’t have to worry about not understanding what is shown on your Facebook.
You can use the steps above to change the language on Facebook at any time you want easily using an app or computer.
Security and Login
Under Where You’re Logged In, look through the entries. If you see any devices you no longer use, such as a friend’s computer you used to log into Facebook once, click the 3 dots and then Log Out. If you see any devices you don’t recognize, click the 3 dots and then Not You?
Click Change password. Set a long, strong password (20+ characters, with a mix of uppercase, lowercase, numbers, and special characters). I recommend using a password manager, such as LastPass, to create and store your password.
LastPass helps you remember and manage your secure passwords all in one place. Never forget a password again.
If Use two-factor authentication isn’t already set to On, click Get Started. Click Authentication App when you’re asked to choose your security method. Follow the on-screen instructions. Under Add a Backup, next to Recovery Codes, click Setup. Follow the on-screen instructions. Save the recovery codes in your password manager (I use the Notes field in LastPass). Learn more in How & Why to Use Two-Factor Authentication.
Click Authorized Logins to view. Check the boxes for any browsers, software, or services that should no longer have access, then click Remove.
Click Get alerts about unrecognized logins. Choose where you want to receive notifications.
Click Choose 3 to 5 friends to contact if you get locked out. Choose 3-5 people you trust to help you if you get locked out of Facebook.
Click Off-Facebook Activity.
On the right, under What You Can Do, click Manage Your Off-Facebook Activity.
If you want to clear your history for all the apps and websites shown, click Clear History.
If you want to clear your history for only particular apps and websites, click one, then click Turn off future activity from [name].
On the right, click Manage Future Activity. In the window, click Manage Future Activity.
Toggle Future Off-Facebook Activity to off.
Taking these steps may disconnect apps you have connected to Facebook. For example, it disconnected my Buffer account, which I use for posting to multiple social media accounts. However, I was able to simply go into Buffer and reconnect to Facebook. You should be able to do the same for any integrations you truly need.