Individual albums can also have their own settings. Users may add the names of their Facebook friends to a blocked list, just as they do with the custom settings for tagged photographs and videos; anybody whose name appears on the list will not be able to see or access the images contained in that album. Users can create multiple blocked lists to manage which friends see what photos.
You may modify the privacy settings for your Facebook photographs. This short video tutorial demonstrates how to utilize this tool to conceal images on Facebook from the public or other persons you don't want to see them. It's easy and can be done from any computer with an internet connection.
Only the individual who posted the photographs has the ability to unblock them.
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To fine-tune your Facebook sharing, click "Customize settings" to discover more access choices. Select "Edit privacy settings for existing picture albums and movies" at the bottom of the "Things I share" choices on the Customize Settings page to view a page containing your current albums and films. Here you can decide who can view each photo or video.
To prohibit your buddy from seeing anything you post, add them to your "Restricted" list. For classifying your friends, Facebook has a few built-in "lists." You may use these lists to limit who you share information with. "Restricted" is the name of one of the lists. To add someone to this list, click their profile photo in your news feed and then click the "x" icon next to their name.
If you want to hide a particular object from everyone's view, it can be done directly from the News Feed. Click on any article or event and then click the "x" icon next to its name. This will remove it from your timeline but it won't disappear for others; they'll just see an empty space where that item used to be.
You can also control what objects appear in specific groups. For example, if you wanted to only show posts from certain friends in your sports group, go to Settings > Groups > Your Sports Friends and then click on the "Choose What Shows Up In" drop-down menu. Here you can select the objects that should appear in the group's stream.
Finally, you can choose not to include some friends at all by going to Settings > Privacy > Friends and then clicking the "Select All" button next to the people tab. These selected individuals will never appear in a notification, email, or on Facebook itself.
Go to your profile, then click Photos > Albums, and then select the album you wish to change. Click Edit, then pick Who Can See It under Privacy. To do this for individual images, go to the Your Photos area, choose a photo, then click Edit and select who you want to share it with. You can also use the Friends menu if you want to exclude some friends.
When you add someone to your restricted list, you will still be friends with them on Facebook, but they will only be able to access your public information (for example, posts and profile information that you choose to make public) and posts that you tag them in. They will not be able to read your private messages or post comments on your wall.
They will also not be able to log into their account through your device. Instead, when they try to visit facebook.com, they will be directed to the login page where they will need to enter a new email address for yourself or pick another existing email address from their inbox. Once logged in, they will be presented with an error message informing them that they have been added to your restricted list and giving them the opportunity to appeal this decision.
If they do decide to appeal, they will first need to remove all references to you and your business on their Facebook page. Then, they will need to provide proof that they have done so. This could be in the form of written confirmation from you stating that they have been removed or it could be demonstrated by an independent third party that they are no longer listed on Facebook as being associated with your company.
Upon providing this proof, they will be given a new email address. You will then be notified via email that they have been removed from your list and given the opportunity to cancel this request.