- Can my friends see what I post on someone else’s wall?
- Will someone know if I add them to Restricted List?
- When I post something on a friend’s timeline who sees it?
- Can restricted friends see my comments on public posts?
- How do you know if someone has you on restricted?
- Can friends of friends see my FB posts?
- Will someone know if I hide their comment on Facebook?
- Do my friends get notified when I comment on Facebook?
- How do I stop friends from seeing my comments on public posts?
- How can I make my comments and likes private on Facebook?
- When you like a photo on Facebook who sees it?
- How can I stop my friends getting notified of my likes and comments in Facebook?
- When I post something on Facebook who sees it?
- Who can see my comments on other people’s posts on Facebook?
- How do I hide my comments from other posts?
- Can a restricted friend see my likes comments on a mutual friends posts?
Can my friends see what I post on someone else’s wall?
If you post directly on their timeline, they control the privacy setting.
They have just one setting for all posts that others post on their timeline.
If they have it set to Friends, then only their friends will be able to see it..
Will someone know if I add them to Restricted List?
They will not know that they’re on your restricted list. You will still be able to chat with them via Messenger and you’ll see their posts in your News Feed as normal.
When I post something on a friend’s timeline who sees it?
If you post a message directly on her Timeline, she will see your post, her friends on Facebook will see the post, but the broader public at large who are not her friends will not be able to see the posts. … This means her friends, but not the public at large, will see the post.
Can restricted friends see my comments on public posts?
If you comment on a page then that is public (except for any geographic or age restrictions set by the page admin) and even non-friends can see it. If you post on your wall/timeline then you control who can see it; if you post to Public then even those on your Restricted list will see it.
How do you know if someone has you on restricted?
The only way you can tell for sure is to ask someone else if they can see any posts from that person. If they can see posts that you can’t, then you’ll know that person has blocked you from seeing their posts.
Can friends of friends see my FB posts?
Your privacy settings will allow your friends friends see it, or if you tagged your friend, and if that friends privacy settings set to share it with their friends…. They will see it. Do all your Facebook friends see your posts?
Will someone know if I hide their comment on Facebook?
Once you’ve hidden a comment, you can unhide it, delete it, report it, and ban the user. Hiding the Facebook comment will keep it hidden from everyone except that person and their friends. They won’t know that the comment is hidden, so you can avoid potential fallout.
Do my friends get notified when I comment on Facebook?
If you are commenting or liking a public page, your friends will get a notification on their newsfeed. … You are free to share your opinion and if your friends aren’t happy with how often your opinions show up, they are free to quietly unfollow your posts so they don’t get all the regular notifications.
How do I stop friends from seeing my comments on public posts?
Regulating Facebook Comments You can’t hide a comment on Facebook and make it visible to fewer people than can see the content that it’s commenting on. Your only choices are to delete it or leave it visible to whoever can see the post or photo.
How can I make my comments and likes private on Facebook?
If you navigate to your profile, you should see a tab labeled “More” under your cover photo. Click on this tab and scroll down to “Likes.” From here, you can click on the small pencil icon in the upper right corner of your likes, and select “Edit the Privacy of your Likes.”
When you like a photo on Facebook who sees it?
Your friends can see ALL the photos you’ve liked on Facebook — whether you like it or not. It’s official. Facebook is the ultimate place to go if you want to be embarrassed. Anyone and everyone on your friend list can peruse through all the photos you’ve ever liked on Facebook.
How can I stop my friends getting notified of my likes and comments in Facebook?
Afraid to Comment in Facebook? Turn Off Notifications!Step 1 – Go to your Account Settings in the “Account” tab in the upper right hand corner of Facebook. Click on the “Account Settings”Step 2 – Click on the “Notifications” tab. Click on the Notifications tab.Step 3 – Scroll down and in the “Wall Comments” section, uncheck the “Comments After me on a Wall story.”
When I post something on Facebook who sees it?
When you share something with Public that means anyone including people off of Facebook can see it. Your friends will be able to see your post in their News Feeds and on your Timeline, but even Facebook members who are not your Facebook friend would be able to see those public posts on your Timeline.
Who can see my comments on other people’s posts on Facebook?
Anyone who you allow to view your posts can like or comment. So your choices are: Public, Friends Only, Custom (where you allow only certain people or groups you’ve set up to view your posts), or Only Me. The only way to make sure no one can like your posts is to make sure no one other than yourself can see them.
How do I hide my comments from other posts?
To hide a comment, hover over the top-right hand “x” and click “Hide.” Now the post can only be seen by the person who wrote the comment and his or her friends. They’ll have no idea the post is hidden, and you can always click “Unhide” later if you like.
Can a restricted friend see my likes comments on a mutual friends posts?
Originally Answered: How do I hide my likes or comments from a friend on a mutual friends post or photo ? You can’t. You only have control over your own account, not someone else’s. If you choose to participate in your mutual friend’s account, then everyone on his/her friends list will be able to see your comment/like.