Note: clicking “Menus” when logged on to your Facebook account, you will go to the configuration screen. You can view your menus by clicking “View menupod” on top right.
The left side of any screen on Facebook is taken up by what Facebook calls the sidebar. The sidebar is the menu on the left side of the page that provides links to frequently used areas of the site, as well as access to your online friends for easy chatting.
– Make sure you’re using the most updated version of the app or browser; – Restart your computer or phone; – Uninstall and reinstall the app, if you’re using a phone; – Log into Facebook and try again.
Newer Android phones do away with physical keys altogether, but there’s still a virtual “Menu” button (see the three dots?) in the corner of the screen. Instead, you’ll find a virtual Menu button (a.k.a. the “action overflow” button, in Android-speak) in almost any application.
Where is the tool bar on FB?
A Facebook toolbar at the bottom of your Web browser serves as a distraction when trying to get down to business. If such a toolbar is keeping you from your work, removing it is a surefire way to eliminate the problem. The removal process differs depending on the Web browser you use.
Editing your menu
First up, click ‘About’ on the left-hand side of your page. Below where it says ‘More Info’, click ‘Add Menu‘. Then, you can upload a photo or PDF file of your menu. Once your menu has uploaded, click ‘Confirm’ and that’s it!
– Uninstall and reinstall the app; – Log into Facebook and try again. Also, make sure that you’re connected to a safe Wi-Fi network and that the connection is stable. If it isn’t, try again when you have a better connection.
For most devices the Menu button is a physical button on your phone. It is not part of the screen. The icon for the Menu button will look different on different phones.
Facebook moves shortcut bar to bottom on Android
That’s because a bottom navigation bar makes it simpler to access different tabs. Moreover, most Android phones now boast a tall screen, thus making it difficult to reach to the top with a single hand. Though the ability to swipe between the tabs dodges this issue.