For most Facebook users, the term friend is no longer reserved for one’s closest confidants. Friend encompasses family, acquaintances, coworkers and clients. While this can be a great tool for networking and building stronger relationships with your colleagues, you probably don’t want Chris from human resources flipping through your Memorial Day Weekend photo album.
Luckily, Facebook gives you the option to create lists of friends, limiting what certain groups can see on your profile.
As you probably already know, navigating the Facebook Account Settings menu is not unlike assembling IKEA furniture without directions (or with directions, for that matter). But Lifehacker.com has put together a simple guide to walk you through the process of creating lists and adding friends. And it’s much simpler than the manual for your new KROOP wardrobe.
Now you can share you professional information and interests with your networking contacts, while your weekend activities are reserved just for your inner circle.