Who’s Looking at My Facebook Profile 2020 | How To Tell Who Visited Your Facebook Account: Do you want to know who has visited your facebook profile but don’t how to get that done since the platform doesn’t have a clear cut on how to get that done?
If your answer is yes or something related to that, here is a comprehensive and straight to the point tutorial on how to easily access the people that have viewed your profile on the giant social media platform. Continue reading below and please don’t hesitate to share this article with your friends and loved ones.
How To Tell Who Has Visited Your Facebook Profile
All you need to do is to visit “facebook.com” and paste the ID number beside it with a “. For example, if the ID is abcd, you have to put it as- facebook.com/abcd.The first ID shows the one who visits profile more often while the last ID never visits your profile! Please kindly share this guide with others. Thank You!!!
One of the features that always top conversations among users is the ability to know who has visited their profiles. LinkedIn has always had it – although you need to be a premium member to really access the full list of who has viewed your profile – Facebook was always against sharing this information with users.
It seems however that the recent events have weakened the company’s position.
Yes, you can now see who has viewed your Facebook profile. The new feature lets you see who visited your profile in the past 30 days, past day as well as who has viewed your most recent posts.
The feature is buried deep in your privacy settings and is only available on the iOS app for now. To access the list of who has viewed your profile, open the main drop-down menu (the 3 lines) and scroll all the way down to “Privacy Shortcuts.” There, just below the new “Privacy Checkup” feature, you will find the new “Who viewed my profile?” option.
It is not clear if this is a test and/or if this will be rolled out to all users in the coming days. We have reached out to Facebook for clarifications and will update this post as soon as we hear back from them.
Let us know in the comments if you have access to the new feature. Some reports show that the feature may only be available on April 1st.?
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