- Why do I only see a few of my friends posts on Facebook?
- What does a restricted profile look like on Facebook?
- What does it look like when someone blocks you on Facebook?
- Why can’t friends see my posts?
- When you block someone on Facebook what do they see?
- Why cant I see my boyfriends Facebook posts?
- How can you tell if someone has you on restricted on Facebook?
- Can someone block you from seeing their posts on Facebook?
- How do I stop someone seeing my posts on Facebook without blocking them?
- Why can’t certain people see my Facebook posts?
- How do you know if someone has blocked you from seeing their posts?
- Can someone tell if you hide their posts on Facebook?
- Do all my Facebook friends see my posts?
- Why don’t my posts show up on Facebook news feed?
- How do I make sure all my friends see my posts on Facebook?
- Why can I not see my husbands posts on Facebook?
- What do the three dots on Facebook mean?
Why do I only see a few of my friends posts on Facebook?
HERE’S THE FIX: Scroll down to the bottom of the Newsfeed on your HOME page and click on”Edit Options”.
In the popup, click on the dropdown menu next to ‘Show posts from:’ and select “All Of Your Friends and Pages” and then clickSave..
What does a restricted profile look like on Facebook?
When you add someone to the Facebook restricted list, you remain friends with them while limiting the posts they’re able to see. They will only see your posts if you’ve set the audience to “Public” (indicated by the globe icon), if they’re tagged in it or if a mutual friend tags both of you in the post.
What does it look like when someone blocks you on Facebook?
When someone blocks you on Facebook they effectively become invisible to you on the site or app – they disappear online. You will not be able to view their profile, send a friend request, send a message, comment or see what they have commented anywhere on Facebook if they have blocked you.
Why can’t friends see my posts?
Posts by your friends will not appear on Timeline if: They are currently on your Timeline hidden list. You are (or were) blocked by them. Their Share settings for Timeline are set to Excluded.
When you block someone on Facebook what do they see?
When you block someone, they won’t be able to see things you post on your profile, tag you in posts, comments or photos, invite you to events or groups, start a conversation with you, or add you as a friend. If you block someone you’re friends with, Facebook will unfriend them as well.
Why cant I see my boyfriends Facebook posts?
Facebook Help Team Please try to update Facebook App if using a mobile device or clearing your cache if using a web browser. If after that you still experiencing this issue, please report it to Facebook.
How can you tell if someone has you on restricted on Facebook?
You can check this easily, go to the person’s profile and look for the empty space at the top of their profile. The empty space shows the gap between the public and the private posts, and if you cannot view the some of the posts of the person, then it means you have been added to the restricted list.
Can someone block you from seeing their posts on Facebook?
To limit the person’s access to what others post on your timeline, got to the Privacy Settings page and select Timeline and Tagging. There you can choose “Who can see what others post on your timeline.” You can also limit “Who can see posts you’ve been tagged in on your timeline.”
How do I stop someone seeing my posts on Facebook without blocking them?
Tap a friend’s name in your friends list or on a post of theirs in your News Feed, tap the Friends button, then tap Take a Break. Under the Limit What [name of friend] Will See section, tap See Options, then tap “Hide your posts from [name of friend].” Doing so will put the friend on your Restricted list.
Why can’t certain people see my Facebook posts?
You can check your Restricted list. Putting someone on the Restricted list means that you’re still friends, but that you only share your posts with them when you choose Public as the audience, or when you tag them in the post.
How do you know if someone has blocked you from seeing their posts?
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 someone tell if you hide their posts on Facebook?
If you hide a post from your Timeline, your friend will not be notified that you hid the post.
Do all my Facebook friends see my posts?
YOUR NEWS FEED The news feed is continually updating to show you your friends’ posts, which means, no – you won’t see every single post from every single friend. So everyone who is your friend most likely won’t see every single one of your Facebook posts on their news feed.
Why don’t my posts show up on Facebook news feed?
If Facebook posts aren’t showing up on your app, make sure that you are using a Facebook page and not a Facebook personal Timeline (private profile). … Select your Page below Use Facebook as: Click Edit Page and select Edit Settings.
How do I make sure all my friends see my posts on Facebook?
Consider changing the privacy setting to “Public.” This means that anyone can see the post, even people outside of Facebook. The process is simple: in the status window, click on “Friends.” A drop-down menu will appear. From there you can select which audience you would like to have access to this post.
Why can I not see my husbands posts on Facebook?
Why doesn’t my husband see my Facebook posts? … The problem could be that since Facebook remembers the last audience selector setting you used, it will continue to use that setting for all subsequent posts. Change your last post back to Friends or Public, and all subsequent posts will go to Friends and/or Public.
What do the three dots on Facebook mean?
Instead of typing a random word in the comments to follow the development of a post, simply click the three dots that you see in the upper right corner of any post. Then, simply click the option marked, “Turn on notifications for this post.” (It works the same for both mobile and desktop environments.)