Can you like your own photo on Facebook?
While some people reacted in pure disgust at the very thought of someone liking their own post, others say it’s perfectly acceptable. What do you think? The consensus around here is that it’s unnecessary; obviously you “like” what you posted or else you wouldn’t have posted it in the first place.
How do I like a picture on Facebook?
Tap or click the thumbs-up icon below the thing that you want to like. Doing so will “Like” it, which alerts the person who posted it that you liked their post. To revoke your like, just tap or click the Like button again.
How can public like my posts on Facebook?
When you post something on Facebook, you can use the audience selector to choose who can like or comment on it. If you create a public post, by default everyone can like or comment, even people who aren’t following you. However, you can change who can like or comment on your public posts in your follower settings.
How do I look at my likes on Facebook?
To get there, tap your name in the blue stripe at the top of any Facebook page. Once you’ve reached your profile, click the View Activity Log button to the right of your profile image. To filter your log so you’re only seeing the stuff you liked, click the Likes button in the left column of the screen.
Why do people like stuff on Facebook?
There’s actually scientific proof of this: Studies have shown that not only do we experience a release of dopamine when we post something on social media, but an area of the brain called the nucleus accumbens lights up the same way as when we think about fun things like sex and food and money.
Is it OK to like your own posts?
It is never acceptable to like your own ‘gram. The simple act of posting the picture to Instagram indicates that you do, in fact, like it. Adding a like is obvious and sad.
How do I like a photo on Facebook without being a friend?
Hi Paul, Your profile photo is always Public, however, you can edit your profile photo’s privacy so that not everyone will be able to see the details, like the description, likes or comments. This will only allow your Facebook friends to be able to like and comment on your profile photo.
What should I comment on peoples posts?
Good comments for friends pictures
- Never seen a selfie of yours that I don’t like.
- You are the coolest.
- This outfit deserves applause (Clap emojis).
- Blessing my Insta feed once again.
- The hottest pal in the town.
- Friends forever.
- They say love is beautiful, but I say friendship is better.
Can I stop someone commenting on my Facebook posts?
Type the name of the person that you want to block from commenting into the input field under “Hide This From.” Click the blue “Save Setting” button. This prevents the selected user from commenting on all your posts, including status updates and photos.
Who can like my photos on Facebook?
Facebook Help Team Your profile photo is always Public, however, you can edit your profile photo’s privacy so that not everyone will be able to see the details, like the description, likes or comments. This will only allow your Facebook friends to be able to like and comment on your profile photo.
How do you Unsee Likes on Facebook?
Log in to Facebook.com, go to your profile, and select More > Likes. Click the three-dot menu and select Edit the Privacy of Your Likes. Select a Page Category. In the Select Audience box, choose the level of privacy you want for the category’s like visibility.