How To Make Your Facebook Private So No One Can See Your Wall


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  5. (You can also click the lock icon next to the gear icon to see a shortened list of privacy options.)The first item listed is "Who can see my stuff"? The crucial option under it is "who can see my future posts?" By default, the sharing option selected (which appears in the middle column) is usually set to "Public," meaning everyone can see everything you post by default.To change the default so only your Facebook friends can see what you post, click the small "edit" button at far right, and you should see a small label at the bottom of the box that appears saying, "Public." (If you have previously selected "Friends" in your status update box, it will say "Friends" here instead of "Public." Click on either "Public" or "Friends" to see the full privacy sharing menu displayed in a drop-down menu. By clicking or navigating the site, you agree to allow our collection of information on and off Facebook through cookies. Click any app and youll see an itemized list of every piece of personal information you share with the app, ranging from your birth date to your photos to your location. Both of these options take you to your profile area, a page labeled "About."Sections of Your ABOUT Profile Page on FacebookEach box on your ABOUT profile page (Basic Info, Education, etc.) has its own audience selector menu. 8 Tap the back button. Try scrolling through your profile page in this view to see how many of your posts are publicly viewable to people who aren’t your friends. 9 Click Limit Past Posts. on macworld.com Jan 9, 2018 3:30 AM By Michael Simon Alexa is eating Siri's lunch at CES 2018, and HomePod isn't going to make a difference The smart home is once again on full display at this year's CES, but it's not Siri who's in charge, it's Alexa. Around The HomeEntertainmentProductivitySmart HomeFamilyParentingToysPetsTravelProduct ReviewsPhonesTabletsLaptopsDesktopsWearablesAudioCamerasHeadphonesPrintersSmart HomeTVsGaming and VideoOne Cool ThingFrugal TechKickstartersVideosTechwalla SEARCH. It will take you to a page listing all your friends.Look for the small pencil icon to the right of where it says "Friend Requests" and "Find Friends" near the top of the page, but below your cover photo. This will take you to a version of your Facebook page that appears the way it does to users who are not your friends. Thank you for signing up. Facebook Protecting your Facebook privacy can be challenging, but there are three key things everyone should know about how to make Facebook private or at least not totally public. The options are the same as for your friend's list. This full option reads "Who can look you up using the email address you provided?" and is located beneath the "Who can look me up?" heading. The easiest way is you to go to your Timeline/profile page to edit the visibility of your friend's list.Clicking your name at the top right of your Facebook homepage always takes you to your Timeline/profile page, then click the "FRIENDS" button under your Timeline cover photo, right next to where it lists the number of friends that you have. Jan 8, 2018 12:15 PM By Brad Chacos The wild Asus ROG Bezel-Free Kit uses light refraction to make monitor edges vanish Attention multi-monitor gamers: The Asus ROG Bezel-Free Kit makes those ugly edges invisible. That privacy menu is shown in the image above, at the bottom.Now make sure the checkbox option--"Friends"--is selected, as shown in the image above. BrandPosts create an opportunity for an individual sponsor to provide insight and commentary from their point-of-view directly to PCWorld's audience. About Us Contact Us Digital Magazine Gift Subscription Ad Choices Newsletters Privacy Policy RSS Terms of Service Agreement E-commerce Affiliate Relationships PCWorld Categories Business Laptops Mobile PC Hardware Printers Security Software Videos Windows IDG Network Sites Advertise Permissions Macworld Tech Advisor TechHive IDG TechNetwork IDG IDG Blog Careers at IDG Get PCWorld's Digital Editions Subscribe Now Follow us    Visit other IDG sites: Select One CIO Computerworld CSO Gamestar Greenbot IDG Connect IDG.tv InfoWorld IT News ITworld JavaWorld Macworld Network World PCWorld TechHive The Industry Standard Copyright 2018 IDG Communications, Inc. Direct Relief is a humanitarian nonprofit with a mission to improve the health and lives of people affected by poverty and emergencies. On the Settings screen, click “Privacy” in the left-hand rail, then select “Limit Past Posts” in the “Who Can See My Stuff?” section. The best way is by clicking "privacy settings" in the drop-down menu under the little gear icon at the top right of your Facebook homepage. If you want some people to be able to see your posts, consider tapping Friends or Friends except acquaintances instead. Selecting this option will limit the number of people who can friend you to the people who are friends of your current friends. It's at the bottom of the pop-up window. All your actions on Facebook are still fair game for serving targeted ads, though. MESSAGES LOG IN Log in Facebook Google Civic wikiHow Account No account yet? Create an account EXPLORE Community DashboardRandom ArticleAbout UsCategoriesRecent Changes HELP US Write an ArticleRequest a New ArticleAnswer a RequestMore Ideas. You can block users outright, meaning the users cant see your profile or add you as a friend. Around The HomeEntertainmentProductivitySmart HomeFamilyParentingToysPetsTravelProduct ReviewsPhonesTabletsLaptopsDesktopsWearablesAudioCamerasHeadphonesPrintersSmart HomeTVsGaming and VideoOne Cool ThingFrugal TechKickstartersVideosTechwalla SEARCH. Lifewire . Users can also add users to a Restricted List on this page. 4 Tap Turn Off Chat. 18 Tap the option at the bottom of the page. You're in! Thanks for signing up. Following Here you control who can see a list of people and pages you have chosen to follow on Facebook. So if you want your co-workers to see your helpful Facebook privacy articles and not your raucous party photos, you might consider placing them on this list (and labeling certain posts Public as needed). 5a02188284

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