Can someone see if I accidentally liked something on Facebook?
If you accidentally like and unlike someone’s post on Facebook, chances are they won’t know you’ve done so. Even if they go to their Facebook notifications, they won’t be able to see that you’ve liked their posts because the notification gets deleted as soon as you unlike it.
Can you like something on Facebook without anyone knowing?
Facebook Help Team 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.”
What happens if you like on Facebook?
When someone likes a Page, they’re showing support for the Page and that they want to see content from it. The Page will show up as being liked in the About section of that person’s profile. When someone follows a Page, it means they may receive updates about the Page in their News Feed.
What can acquaintances see on Facebook?
Facebook friends added to your Acquaintances list will be able to see your photos, unless you have your privacy settings on those photos set as Custom: Friends except Acquaintances. When you choose the Custom privacy setting, you can selectively share something with specific people, or hide it from specific people.
What can my friends see on my Facebook?
Anyone can see your public information, which includes your name, profile picture, cover photo, gender, username, user ID (account number), and networks (learn why). Only you and your friends can post to your timeline.
Why can I not lock my Facebook profile?
If locking your profile isn’t available to you, you can control your privacy in other ways through your privacy settings: Use Privacy Checkup. Choose who you share posts, photos and other information with. Edit basic info and choose who can see it.
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