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Privacy question regarding Facebook

1 minute ago, Dean0919 said:

Does Facebook have such options so that you hide everything including your timline post for specific friends?

Yes, at least they did the last I used Facebook.
Either your friend is trying to better manage their privacy online and restrict who can see their posts and their new privacy settings prevent you from seeing their profile, or they don't like you and don't want you to see their facebook profile.

 

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Hi,

I'm curious... One of my friends on Facebook, set everything so that now when I go to her Facebook profile, I don't see anything anymore there besides her profile pic and cover. I checked if she unfriended me (thought she did), but she's still in my friends. How it's possible? Does Facebook have such options so that you hide everything including your timline post for specific friends?


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yes, can be set individually for posts, or set accross your full profile


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1 minute ago, Dean0919 said:

Does Facebook have such options so that you hide everything including your timline post for specific friends?

Yes, at least they did the last I used Facebook.
Either your friend is trying to better manage their privacy online and restrict who can see their posts and their new privacy settings prevent you from seeing their profile, or they don't like you and don't want you to see their facebook profile.

 

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1 minute ago, Spotty said:

Yes, at least they did the last I used Facebook.
Either your friend is trying to better manage their privacy online and restrict who can see their posts and their new privacy settings prevent you from seeing their profile, or they don't like you and don't want you to see their facebook profile.

 

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It must be the last one. Thank you for the information. I didn't know such thing was possible.


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