Learn how to adjust your Facebook privacy settings to change who can see your posts in this free lesson.
The Apps settings page contains general settings that apply to the apps, games, and websites you've connected with Facebook. These include controls that let you:
You can also modify detailed settings for individual apps. While these settings do give you some control over your privacy, keep in mind that all apps require you to provide at least a few pieces of personal information. Many apps even require you to let them share updates about your app activity. Before continuing to use an app, we recommend reviewing the app settings carefully to decide if you're comfortable sharing the requested information.
To access these settings, navigate to the Settings page, then select Apps.
Click the buttons in the interactive below to learn more about customizing your app settings.
Here, you can see all of the apps and websites that you've signed in to with your Facebook account.
If you're uncomfortable with the idea of apps accessing data from your Facebook account, you can choose to turn off all platform apps.
Even if you don't use any apps, the apps your friends use can access some of your personal information. Here, you can see what information your friends' apps can access.
We recommend unchecking every box to prevent your friends from sharing information about you with the apps they use.
You can click any app to control the information you share with that app. You'll also be able to decide who can see posts related to the app, remove information collected by the app, and more.