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Tag who you’re with Click this button to add tags of your friends or anyone else on Facebook.

Adding a tag instantly creates a link to the person’s profile and may share your post with their friends.

Learn more about tagging. .

Say where you are Now you can easily share what city or neighborhood you’re in with every post you make or share a particular place like a park or cafe.

Learn more about location. .

Manage privacy right where you post You can choose who sees your status updates photos and profile info using the inline audience selector – when you share or afterwards.

With most of your controls now up front your privacy settings page has been simplified.

Share with just a few people Have something you only want to share with a few friends?

Send a message or create a group to connect with your family sports team movie club or fellow photo buffs.

See how to share status updates videos links and more.

More About What’s New Read the blog post Dig into all the details Top Help Center Topics How do I know who can see things I share?

If you don’t remember who you shared with or changed your mind about who to share with you can check the audience inline right next to the post.

Just review the icon that shows you which audience you picked: Public (Maximum audience for adults) Friends of Friends (Maximum audience for minors) Friends (+ friends of anyone tagged) Only me Custom (Includes specific groups friend lists or people you’ve specified to include or exclude) The audience selector is next to each post you make; it’s not on a separate settings page.

The tool remembers the audience you shared with the last time you posted something and uses the same audience when you share again unless you change it.

You can go back and change the audience for any post you made by clicking the menu to pull down your options.

Learn more about your audience options.

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Can I change the audience for something I share after I publish it?

Yes you can use the audience selector to change who can see any post you make after you publish it.

Remember: people you share with can always share your information with others.

So if you change the audience after you publish something this can’t prevent someone who already saw it from sharing it.

Also remember that unless your post is set to Only Me then anyone tagged (and potentially their friends) may see it too.

What’s the difference between Everyone and Public?

We changed Everyone to Public to make it even more clear who you’re sharing with when you select this audience.

The setting still means the anyone on the internet can view this content and any of your past Everyone posts are still visible to the same audience.

Get more answers in the Help Center.

New Profile Controls

Introducing new tools to help you control what goes on your profile, and who can see what you share.

Approve what goes on your profile

Now you can decide if the posts you’re tagged in appear on your profile. To turn on Profile Review, go to the “How Tags Work” section of your privacy settings. Posts you choose not to include on your profile may still appear elsewhere on Facebook. Learn more about tagging.

Choose who you share with

Privacy controls have moved right next to things you share, so it’s clear who sees your stuff. You can pick and choose who sees what – like share your hometown with friends, but only let family see your phone number.

Changed your mind? No problem

Have you ever shared something with all your friends, then later wished you could limit who could see it? Now you can go back and change the audience for something after you post it.

Know what others see on your profile

Use the View As… tool to see what people see when they look at your profile.

** PLEASE DESCRIBE THIS IMAGE **

See how to use your new profile controls.

Top Help Center Topics

How can I see what my profile looks like to other people?

You can see exactly what your profile looks like to other people by using the View As tool. Go to y…
You can see exactly what your profile looks like to other people by using the View As tool.
  1. Go to your profile and click the Edit Profile button at the top right corner.
  2. Click the View As… button at the top right corner of the editing page.
  3. You’ll see what your profile looks to the public. To preview how your profile appears to a specific person, such as a friend or coworker, type their name into the open field and press enter.

Note: The View As tool doesn’t show whether people can interact on your Wall through posts, likes or comments. Your Wall privacy settings will always apply, and anyone who can see a post can like or comment on it.

If you’ve upgraded to timeline, the new profile, get help here.

Was this answer helpful?

How do I turn on the option to review tags that friends add to my posts before they appear?

If you’d like to review tags that friends make on stuff you share before they appear, turn on Tag R…
If you’d like to review tags that friends make on stuff you share before they appear, turn on Tag Review.
  1. Click the account menu at the top right of any Facebook page and choose Privacy Settings.
  2. Under the How Tags Work section, choose Edit Settings.
  3. Click to edit your Tag Review setting.
  4. Turn on Tag Review.

When Tag Review is on, you’ll get a notification every time you have a post to review. You can approve or ignore the tag request by going to the content itself.

When Tag Review is off, you can skip reviewing tags friends add to your content before they appear on Facebook. When someone who you’re not friends with adds a tag to one of your posts you’ll always be asked to review it.

Remember: when you approve a tag, the person tagged and their friends can see your post.

Was this answer helpful?

How do I change who can see the information on my profile?

Click the Edit (Update Info) button at the top of your profile (timeline). Find the section you wan…
Click the Edit (Update Info) button at the top of your profile (timeline). Find the section you want to edit and use the audience selector to pick who can see each piece of information.

To change the audience for a piece of info, open the dropdown menu next to it and choose from Public, Friends or Custom. If you choose Custom, you can name specific friends to include or exclude from the people who see your info.

Was this answer helpful?

Get more answers in the Help Center.

VALIDATED, COMBINED, COMPRESSED

29 T-Units (sentences incl. subordinate clauses), 18.48 words average (SD=11.77)


Doug Meet Find Friends Home Sharing Profile How Sharing Works Now Your controls have moved so now they’re right next to each thing you share.

Can’t wait for dinner tonight! – with Skip Johnson and Tom Smith.

Friends (+) .

Tag who you’re with Click this button to add tags of your friends or anyone else on Facebook.

Adding a tag instantly creates a link to the person’s profile and may share your post with their friends.

Learn more about tagging. .

Say where you are Now you can easily share what city or neighborhood you’re in with every post you make or share a particular place like a park or cafe.

Learn more about location. .

Manage privacy right where you post You can choose who sees your status updates photos and profile info using the inline audience selector – when you share or afterwards.

With most of your controls now up front your privacy settings page has been simplified.

Share with just a few people Have something you only want to share with a few friends?

Send a message or create a group to connect with your family sports team movie club or fellow photo buffs.

See how to share status updates videos links and more.

More About What’s New Read the blog post Dig into all the details Top Help Center Topics How do I know who can see things I share?

If you don’t remember who you shared with or changed your mind about who to share with you can check the audience inline right next to the post.

Just review the icon that shows you which audience you picked: Public (Maximum audience for adults) Friends of Friends (Maximum audience for minors) Friends (+ friends of anyone tagged) Only me Custom (Includes specific groups friend lists or people you’ve specified to include or exclude) The audience selector is next to each post you make; it’s not on a separate settings page.

The tool remembers the audience you shared with the last time you posted something and uses the same audience when you share again unless you change it.

You can go back and change the audience for any post you made by clicking the menu to pull down your options.

Learn more about your audience options.

Permalink · Share Was this answer helpful?

Can I change the audience for something I share after I publish it?

Yes you can use the audience selector to change who can see any post you make after you publish it.

Remember: people you share with can always share your information with others.

So if you change the audience after you publish something this can’t prevent someone who already saw it from sharing it.

Also remember that unless your post is set to Only Me then anyone tagged (and potentially their friends) may see it too.

What’s the difference between Everyone and Public?

We changed Everyone to Public to make it even more clear who you’re sharing with when you select this audience.

The setting still means the anyone on the internet can view this content and any of your past Everyone posts are still visible to the same audience.

Get more answers in the Help Center.

New Profile Controls

Introducing new tools to help you control what goes on your profile, and who can see what you share.

Approve what goes on your profile

Now you can decide if the posts you’re tagged in appear on your profile. To turn on Profile Review, go to the “How Tags Work” section of your privacy settings. Posts you choose not to include on your profile may still appear elsewhere on Facebook. Learn more about tagging.

Choose who you share with

Privacy controls have moved right next to things you share, so it’s clear who sees your stuff. You can pick and choose who sees what – like share your hometown with friends, but only let family see your phone number.

Changed your mind? No problem

Have you ever shared something with all your friends, then later wished you could limit who could see it? Now you can go back and change the audience for something after you post it.

Know what others see on your profile

Use the View As… tool to see what people see when they look at your profile.

** PLEASE DESCRIBE THIS IMAGE **

See how to use your new profile controls.

Top Help Center Topics

How can I see what my profile looks like to other people?

You can see exactly what your profile looks like to other people by using the View As tool. Go to y…
You can see exactly what your profile looks like to other people by using the View As tool.
  1. Go to your profile and click the Edit Profile button at the top right corner.
  2. Click the View As… button at the top right corner of the editing page.
  3. You’ll see what your profile looks to the public. To preview how your profile appears to a specific person, such as a friend or coworker, type their name into the open field and press enter.

Note: The View As tool doesn’t show whether people can interact on your Wall through posts, likes or comments. Your Wall privacy settings will always apply, and anyone who can see a post can like or comment on it.

If you’ve upgraded to timeline, the new profile, get help here.

Was this answer helpful?

How do I turn on the option to review tags that friends add to my posts before they appear?

If you’d like to review tags that friends make on stuff you share before they appear, turn on Tag R…
If you’d like to review tags that friends make on stuff you share before they appear, turn on Tag Review.
  1. Click the account menu at the top right of any Facebook page and choose Privacy Settings.
  2. Under the How Tags Work section, choose Edit Settings.
  3. Click to edit your Tag Review setting.
  4. Turn on Tag Review.

When Tag Review is on, you’ll get a notification every time you have a post to review. You can approve or ignore the tag request by going to the content itself.

When Tag Review is off, you can skip reviewing tags friends add to your content before they appear on Facebook. When someone who you’re not friends with adds a tag to one of your posts you’ll always be asked to review it.

Remember: when you approve a tag, the person tagged and their friends can see your post.

Was this answer helpful?

How do I change who can see the information on my profile?

Click the Edit (Update Info) button at the top of your profile (timeline). Find the section you wan…
Click the Edit (Update Info) button at the top of your profile (timeline). Find the section you want to edit and use the audience selector to pick who can see each piece of information.

To change the audience for a piece of info, open the dropdown menu next to it and choose from Public, Friends or Custom. If you choose Custom, you can name specific friends to include or exclude from the people who see your info.

Was this answer helpful?

Get more answers in the Help Center.

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