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Sent: Sunday, May 17, 2020 10:42 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] switching log in
email address in facebook
The item you want is account settings. To the sighted it appears as
either 3 dots or 3 verticle lines. Click to expand the menu.
Arrow down to settings and press enter to open it.
move by heading to the general settings heading.
Expand the contacts menu.
Down arrow until you come to emails.
Your current email is shown.
Keep arrowing down to the add email button.
Add the email you want to use as your new user ID.
You will receive two emails. One will go to your current primary
account telling you that a new email was added.
The other goes to the new email address asking you to confirm it.
Press the confirm button.
Reopen Facebook and navigate back to the emails dialog.
You will see both the old and new emails listed. There will be a
checkbox labeled primary or something similar. Check it for the new
email and you should be all set.
On 5/16/2020 12:30 PM, Keith S wrote:
Hi, I asked this question earlier in the week
and was told by one member that she could not remember exactly how to do
I did a help search from inside facebook and it
said something about clicking on a 3 dot symbol and then selecting from a
drop down menu that opens.
Is this possible on a windows 10 compuger
Seems like every application and/or program out
there (at least the ones made by microsoft) have hotkey buttons and
keystrokes you can use but Facebook apparrently has not caught
Ponse media downloader even has hotkeys a blind
person can use, though I honestly don't use them, instead I simply use the
tab key to navigate around.
But I digress,
I added an additional email address to my
facebook account, but the original email I entered to make the account is
still listed as the primary log in email.
these 3 dot thingie is supposed to open a menu
to make the needed changes, but like I said, I have never come across 3 dots
(due to being blind) to get this done.