Menu Tab For Facebook Mac Download

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Safari User Guide

The 6.4 version of MenuTab for Facebook for Mac is available as a free download on our website. The most popular versions among the program users are 6.4, 4.3 and 4.0. MenuTab for Facebook for Mac lies within Communication Tools, more precisely Social & Blogging. This free Mac application was originally produced by FIPLAB Ltd. Adding your restaurant menu to your Facebook Page takes just a couple of minutes to do. In fact, I'm surprised more restaurants haven't added their menu to their Facebook Page by now. By adding a menu to your Facebook Page, it can help with your restaurant marketing and add value for your Facebook fans.

In the Safari app on your Mac, use Websites preferences to customize how you browse individual websites. To change these preferences, choose Safari > Preferences, then click Websites.

The settings you can customize (such as Reader and Content Blockers) are listed on the left.

To apply a setting to a website on the right, first select the setting, then choose the option you want from the pop-menu next to the website.

Option

Description

Reader

  • On: Automatically use Safari Reader to display articles on the site without ads or other distractions.

  • Off: Don’t use Reader by default on the site. (You can still choose to use Reader for individual articles on the site.)

Content Blockers

  • On: Stop ads and other unwanted content from appearing on the site.

  • Off: Don’t block ads and other unwanted content on the site.

Auto-Play

  • Allow All Auto-Play: All videos on the site can autoplay.

  • Stop Media with Sound: Only videos that don’t have audio will autoplay.

  • Never Auto-Play: No videos can autoplay.

Page Zoom

Choose a percentage of zoom to make text and images on the site easier to see.

Camera

  • Ask: The site must ask if it can use the camera on your Mac.

  • Deny: The site can’t use your camera.

  • Allow: The site can always use your camera.

Microphone

  • Ask: The site must ask if it can use the microphone on your Mac.

  • Deny: The site can’t use your microphone.

  • Allow: The site can always use your microphone.

Screen Sharing

  • Ask: The site must ask if it can use the camera and microphone on your Mac.

  • Deny: The site can’t use your camera and microphone.

Location

  • Ask: The site must ask if it can use your location.

  • Deny: The site can’t use your location.

  • Allow: The site can always use your location.

Downloads

  • Ask: The site must ask before it starts a download.

  • Deny: The site can’t download.

  • Allow: The site can always download.

Notifications

  • Allow: The site can always send you notifications.

  • Deny: The site can’t send you notifications.

  • Allow websites to ask for permission to send notifications: When you visit a website that can send you notifications, you see a dialog asking if you want to receive them. To stop seeing the dialog, deselect this option.

Pop-up Windows

Block pop-up windows that appear when you open or close a webpage.

  • Block and Notify: When you visit the site, Safari displays an icon in the Smart Search field. You can click the icon to display the pop-up windows.

  • Block: The site can’t display pop-up windows.

  • Allow: The site can display pop-up windows.

Note: Some websites use pop-up windows for essential content.

WebGL

  • Ask: You see a dialog asking whether you want to trust the site’s use of WebGL.

  • Block: The site can’t show WebGL content.

  • Allow: The site can use WebGL, unless WebGL presents a security risk on your computer.

  • Allow Always: The site can use WebGL, even if WebGL presents a critical security risk on your computer. Choosing Allow Always may present a security risk, so only select this option for websites you trust.

The WebGL setting appears only for computers on which WebGL may present a security risk. If the setting doesn’t appear, the site can show WebGL content.

Currently Open Websites

Websites that are open in a window or tab in Safari. You might have previously chosen an option from the pop-up menu for some of these websites.

Configured Websites

The list of websites you’ve customized. If you don’t see Configured Websites, either you haven’t customized a website yet, or you’ve cleared the list.

Remove

Remove the selected website from the list of configured websites.

When visiting other websites

To apply a setting to any website that you haven’t already chosen a setting for, click this pop-up menu, then choose the option you want.

To apply a setting to all websites, make sure no websites are listed under Configured Websites (to clear the list quickly, select the websites, then click Remove). Then click this pop-up menu and choose the option you want.

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Facebook offers restaurants a great platform to stay in touch with customers and find new ones.

The key is providing the right information at the right time, right on Facebook!

2 Tabs Restaurants MUST HAVE on their Facebook Page

1. A Menu Tab

It’s your KEY information! Let visitors on your Facebook Page know what you got!

Add a tab and add your menu to the tab. Want to save more time?

Example of Menu Page on a Facebook Tab

Use the TabSite Website ReSizer and simply add your existing menu from your website to a Facebook tab! Why? It saves time! Update your menu on your website and the tab is updated automatically since it’s the same page, just on Facebook! Website ReSizer allows the powerful advantage of making any website page fit perfectly in a tab.

Then share updates to your menu via a post on Facebook and link to the tab via a Smart URL(mobile friendly) to take visitors direct to the tab!

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2. Incentivized Email Sign-up Tab

By adding a Email sign-up tab to your Facebook page and making users aware of it periodically through posts and tips, restaurants grow their email list and then reach potential buyers and sellers via this means as well. This is critical! When it gets into the inbox, it gets attention.

Email marketing continues to provide value to those who use it by creating a routine of regular information and education that is in the inbox! With integration’s for tabs from services like MailChimp and Constant Contact among others, having a custom tab for email sign-ups is a snap!

To increase the percentage of users that will sign-up, use a incentive! By offering something of value, such as a coupon, discount, or free dessert this acts as a motivator that increases the desire for fans to opt-in.

See some deal and incentive apps here: Deal Download Offer Tabs>>

Together these tips implemented and carried out with regular news feed updates on your restaurant fan page can be a valuable method of marketing to grow more customers!

BONUS TIPS:

Bonus #1. Post Inspiring Content, Images, and News Regularly

Statistics from Facebook say that 40% of a users time on Facebook is spent in the News Feed. So this is the key location to grab their attention and draw them in. Your posts need to inspire and motivate the fan to click on the post to come to your tabs noted above.

Post on a regular schedule, such as 2-3 times per day at key times and in a way that invites Likes, Shares, and Comments. Use a mix of post types from status updates to photos of food and short videos of life and times at the restaurant.

NOTE: people are visual and the popularity of Facebook and Pinterest prove that people connect with images. If you want to quickly capture the attention of your fans or followers, add images that are eye-catching and pleasing to the eye.

Bonus #2. Add a Reservations Tab

Does Saturday night get packed at your hot spot?

Do you already offer reservations via your website? Then simply bring it into Facebook for use!

Same as the menu tab above, create a tab and use the Website ReSizer app to bring your web reservations page into Facebook for use. Then post about it in the news feed before prime time and get customers used to coming to your page on Facebook to make their reservations!

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This adds a great dimension of functionality to your fan page. When people are on Facebook, they want to stay on Facebook, and this allows them to do so by giving them the information and tools right on the Facebook page tab.

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What about your business? Most of these tips can also apply to other industries as well! Do you have these tabs on your Facebook Page?