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Facebook Navigation Assistant

Facebook Navigation Assistant – How do I use Facebook navigation assistant? is the constant questions from some Facebook users. Do not worry, We are here today for Facebook Navigation Assistant guidelines. Details Below

How do I use Facebook Navigation Assistant?

Navigation assistant is a tool for people who rely on screen readers or keyboard shortcuts to get around Facebook. If you use a screen reader, navigation assistant is always the first element on the page, even when it can’t be seen visually.

  1. To open navigation assistant, press Alt + / from any part of Facebook.
  2. You can also press tab to move the focus from your browser toolbar to the webpage.
Moving around in navigation assistant

Facebook Navigation assistant is a menubar that contains 3 menus: Sections of this page, Other pages on Facebook and Accessibility Help.

  • To move between the menus in the menubar, use the left and right arrow keys.
  • To open a menu, press enter or return.
  • To move within a menu, use the up and down arrow keys. You can also use letter keys to jump to the next menu item that starts with that letter.

Read Also: How To Share a News Feed Post On Facebook Using a Screen Reader

Using Sections of this page

The Sections of this page menu lists the landmark regions that are on the current page. All pages on Facebook are divided into large sections called landmark regions. Most pages on Facebook include the main content region.

For example, if you’re on your profile, the main content region includes your timeline. If a page on Facebook contains the main content region, it’ll be listed as the first item under Sections of this page.
Some examples of other regions you may find under Sections of this page are Search Facebook,

Navigate Facebook and Create a post

To move your keyboard focus to one of the sections in the menu, press enter or return.

Using Other pages on Facebook
  • The Other pages on Facebook menu list pages outside of your home page and News Feed. Some examples of pages you may find under this menu are Profile, Notifications, and Settings.
  • To move your keyboard focus to one of the pages in the menu, press enter or return.
Using Accessibility Help

Accessibility Help lists accessibility resources on Facebook. These include information about keyboard shortcuts on Facebook, self-serve resources for accessibility features on Facebook, a form to submit feedback about accessibility on Facebook and updates from the Facebook Accessibility team.