Starting today, you’ll see prompts for Facebook Connect at websites across the Internet and have the opportunity to take your Facebook profile information, friends and privacy preferences to your favorite sites.

If you’ve used the early versions of Connect on CitysearchCNN’s The Forum or CBS’ The Insider, this will already look pretty familiar.

For example, you can use Facebook Connect with the reviews website, Citysearch. You can easily log in using your Facebook account, and from there, you’ll be able to interact with all of your Facebook friends. They’ll be able to see some of the same profile information they can see on Facebook, which is fully controlled by your privacy settings. When you write a review for a restaurant, you’ll have the option to publish that story back to Facebook, where your friends can see it, too. This makes finding your friends’ reviews on Citysearch a snap. With Facebook Connect, it will be easier for you to share and connect with your friends across the Web.

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  1. noactive says:

    AT LAST – FACEBOOK CONNECT .Thanks for nice post.I added to my twitter.

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