- What happens when you like a post?
- What does it mean when someone likes everything you post on Facebook?
- When I like a post on Facebook who sees it?
- Can someone see if I like and then unlike a post?
- Can someone see if you like and unlike on Facebook?
- Can friends see my comments on other people’s posts?
- How do I limit who can see my comments on other people’s posts?
- Can my friends see if I like a post on Facebook?
- When you like a photo on Facebook who sees it?
- Does Facebook show when you like a post?
- How do I control who sees my comments on Facebook?
What happens when you like a post?
When you click “Like,” the person who published the post gets a ping on their notifications letting them know that you liked the post.
This is a benefit because it gets you noticed by your connection, especially if this person is a prospect, client, colleague, supervisor, or industry influencer..
What does it mean when someone likes everything you post on Facebook?
If he’s liking basically all of your pictures, no matter what they are, there’s a good chance he’s into you. It doesn’t matter what you’re posting, and if he literally likes it or not; he’ll want to show you support because he’s into you, and appear on your radar.
When I like a post on Facebook who sees it?
Just like a comment, anyone who can see the post can see that you liked it. For example, if you click Like below a friend’s video: People who can see the video will be able to see that you liked it. The person who posted the video will get a notification that you liked it.
Can someone see if I like and then unlike a post?
If you’ve accidentally liked a photo and then unliked it, the person who posted it will still get a push notification if they have notifications turned on.
Can someone see if you like and unlike on Facebook?
Will the person know If I unlike on Facebook after Liking? If you like and then unlike on Facebook, they will not know. They will not get notifications of “unlike” either. They just got a notification when you liked it, but not when you unlike it.
Can friends see my comments on other people’s posts?
John’s post – audience set to John’s Friends Only – If you comment, your friends will not be able to see this activity in their News Feeds. In order to tell the difference, look for the audience icon at the top. A globe means the post is public, while the friends icon means the post is set to their friends only.
How do I limit who can see my comments on other people’s posts?
If you post something on Facebook and want to limit who can see it, you can adjust the privacy settings when you share the post or afterward. To do so when you create the post, use the audience drop-down menu next to the “Post” button to choose an audience for your post.
Can my friends see if I like a post on Facebook?
The privacy of your like is dependent on the privacy of your friend’s post. if they only share the post with you, then you liking it will only appear in your friend’s activity feed/newsfeed. If they share it with a group of friends it will appear only in that group of friends’ activity feed/newsfeed.
When you like a photo on Facebook who sees it?
When you like a photo, it’s visible to anyone who can see the post. Your followers may also see your username below a photo you’ve liked, no matter how many likes it has (example: [your username] and 12 others).
Does Facebook show when you like a post?
Whenever you “like” something, a blurb appears on your Facebook wall. Once posted, your “likes” can in turn be “liked” or commented on by others (Facebook will notify you if someone “likes” any content you posted), and even a comment on your initial “like” can be “liked.” (Is your head spinning yet?)
How do I control who sees my comments on Facebook?
When you post something on Facebook, you can use the audience selector to choose who can like or comment on it. If you create a public post, by default everyone can like or comment, even people who aren’t following you. However, you can change who can like or comment on your public posts in your follower settings.