Facebook accessibility options for ease of its users from FbPasswordRecovery's blog

From five years ago, Facebook has started the accessibility team to make Facebook better for people with disabilities and to have much better experience for them in accessing their account. There were two motives of Facebook team to launch this team. One is to make Facebook easy to operate for its users with disabilities and another is to give a push to their Innovation related to Facebook. Contact Facebook Customer support number Australia +61-180-082-5192 for the best help that our tech experts can give you 24*7. Facebook itself is always committed for creating a great and amazing experience for its users. In this post you will get useful steps to access Facebook with its features and technologies for its users with disabilities like vision loss and deafness.

Shortcuts while using Facebook: Facebook has created shortcut keys known as access keys for the peoples who can only access Facebook with their keyboards. These access keys are differed from browser to browser. Some of the main browsers are:

·         Internet explorer

·         Safari

·         Firefox for Mac

·         Chrome for Mac

·         Chrome for PC

To hear the Letters and Numbers for completion of captcha:

While you are signing up for an account or trying to pass a security check in Facebook, there is an option to complete a captcha by manually typing a group of letters and numbers displaying on your screen. If you are using the Facebook with a screen reader, there are even audio alternatives to the written captchas. Click on “Audio captcha” to use an audio captcha and hear the captcha written over there.

Adding mobile number for more ease to access: By adding your mobile number, it would be easy for the user to solve some security checkpoints but remember that to cross these checkpoints for Account verification.

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