Social media has become a part of our professional lives and is used for networking, research, and marketing. Along with the ability to instantly reach large professional and lay audiences, there are ethical and legal challenges that must be considered. NCRA’s Social Media Committee developed social media guidelines, which we encourage all members to review. http://www.ncra-usa.org/About/Connect/Social-Media
In an effort to encourage the appropriate use of social media, NCRA’s Social Media Committee created the NCRA Social Media Tips Page. This page will offer helpful tools to assist anyone who posts on NCRA’s social media channels.
The following are recommendations for social media use:
Click the search bar at the top of the Facebook page and enter the topic you are looking for.
If you remember a phrase of the post or what the post was about, you can use the Graph Search function at the top of the Page. Enter the phrase and then use the magnifying glass to get all the results.
Then you will be able to sort through the posts from your friends or any posts that are public that have this phrase in it. You can also use this technique to do more general searches to find out what people are posting about around a certain topic!
Click Activity Log in the menu on the left side of the page.
If you have interacted with the post in some way – liked it, commented on it, or shared it somewhere – you can find it in your Activity Log.
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