The only option will be Edit Privacy. If you want something more automated, you can set up moderation rules that will trigger actions upon seeing certain keywords. I know you used to be able to pick what you could see from a certain friend but I can't find the option now, it's either all or nothing. Update 2:- As I mentioned above the Google Chrome Extension has been removed from Webstore but here is the trick I found but it has certain limitation. Make sure you start moderating comments in order to represent your brand in a balanced way to customers.
This also hides other forms of recent activity from your public profile. Moderating comments in Facebook - it works the same from the front end of the activity log, basically. I had a comment recently from a friend where she said the c-word and the comment was hidden. As of right now, you can only block a friend from seeing all of your other friends. However, if I 'follow' him, I guess he spends a lot of time clicking like on various things all over the internet, so when I have him 'followed', my news feed is 80% liked links from him, even over all my other friends' posts etc. The drop-down list expands to include additional options.
You can adjust privacy settings to hide a post from people you don't want to see it. Click the name of the desired person. Tap the arrow in the top right corner of a post, then tap the unfollow button. Luckily, you can automatically hide comments that contain certain keywords. And seeing common friends, other friends usually accept the friend request.
In order to unfollow a friend on the Facebook mobile app, you can follow basically the same process as outlined in the article. About the Author Steven Melendez is an independent journalist with a background in technology and business. I have a track record of successful marketing campaigns for clients in the fitness industry, health industry, permaculture industry, motorsport industry, music industry and many other retail branches. To moderate a comment, simply click on the small dots next to it. So is there any way for someone to find out that you hid a post from them on Facebook? Hide a Post on Facebook 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. You can only hide all friends from your boyfriend.
But as of right now, this will get the job done. Did you know that you can even hide your friend list? Now, unless our clients have opted to use a third party tool to moderate their Facebook Page and we recommend this , moderators will have to laboriously record the content and timing of each and every user post we deem to have fallen foul of the Page terms in order to give us the audit trail and quality assurance that our reputation is built on. Users can even manually hide a status from specific people. If someone posts something inappropriate or harassing on your timeline or elsewhere, you can report it to Facebook. This severely impacts the number of comments a moderator can get through on a shift.
Hide Friends from Each Other on Facebook First, click on your name at the top to view your profile. Sometimes, though, hiding is the best option. You can type in individual names or pick from your lists. Your best bet is to find an extension that removes comments based on a Facebook user id. Then this article is for you. Although, this function didn't seem to be working too well at the time of testing - we either got the 'report it' screen or a failure notification.
A handful of these will turn up in your friends' News Feeds. Every successful brand has obsessed fans as well as passionate haters. The trick is simple like whenever you create a new Facebook profile and send someone a friend request, Facebook does show the recommended profiles to add next as People You May Know. You can right-click on the time of the action and bring up a window that looks like this approximating what your friends might see : This will tell you who can see the post in this case people who are friends with the person who posted it. I think this used to be a setting, but in simplifying the privacy settings, they did away with some of the control options we used to have.
There are other types of comments you should consider hiding, too. This creates a biased representation. Resolving issues for an unhappy customer can turn them into loyal, raving fans. You can opt out anytime. Is there any way to resolve this using Facebook's current settings? If you have any questions, post a comment.