If You Like A Photo On Facebook Who Sees It

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Some news sites, like CNN, prefer the "Recommend" button over "Like" for potentially controversial stories. How to Hide Your Likes on Facebook. Those fan page postings wont appear in the Facebook news feeds of your friends, thoughor at least, not unless you happen to (you guessed it) click the Like button for a particular post. How do I see who's reacted to my post or comment?To see who's reacted to your post or comment, click the icons (ex: ) directly below your post or comment, and then select an option at the top to see who chose that reaction.. Reacting to Things on Facebook. Doing so will "Like" it, which alerts the person who posted it that you liked their post. Once posted, your likes can in turn be liked or commented on by others (Facebook will notify you if someone likes any content you posted), and even a comment on your initial like can be liked. Most sites that post any kind of content will have a Facebook logo on a button somewhere above, below, or to the side of the content; this button is normally used for sharing the content to Facebook rather than liking the page for the website itself. If you want to like a business, interest, or page of some sort that you can't find on the web, trying typing the page's name into the search bar at the top of the Facebook News Feed page. Be Web SmartFor the Analog Parent in a Digital WorldHomeAboutTestimonialsPolicies and DisclosuresTopicsApp ReviewInternet SafetyiPod, iPad, iPhoneMobile Devices/TabletsParental ControlsSafe SearchSocial MediaFacebookInstagramTwitterYou TubeWeb Site ReviewLinks and ResourcesPresentationsContactSubscribeNot found, error 404The page you are looking for no longer exists. Click below to let us know you read this article, and wikiHow will donate to Direct Relief on your behalf. But what actually happens when you Like something onlineand what are you saying to the world when you do? Lets tackle the nitty-gritty first. and throughout the world with essential medical resources to effectively treat and care for patients without regard to politics, religion, or ability to pay. Enter your Facebook email address and/or password if prompted. Please try again. And those people's friends are probably judging them for it.Your friends and others can make assumptions about you just by looking at the things you like on Facebook. Home Categories Computers and Electronics Internet Website Application Instructions Social Networking Facebook Facebook Basics ArticleEditDiscuss Community Tested How to Use the Facebook Like Button Two Methods:On FacebookOff of FacebookCommunity Q&A This wikiHow teaches you how to like something on Facebook, as well as how to like a Facebook page or brand on a non-Facebook website. Click here to be counted Community Q&A Search Add New Question Why can't I like when I press the like button? wikiHow Contributor If you mouse over the blue thumbs-up icon that will show you others who have liked the post, but clicking on it doesn't like the post. Ask a Question 200 characters left Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered. (Ironically, the Wall Street Journal story that raised privacy issues about the Like button has its own, prominent Like button.) OK, so now we know what the Like button doesbut what does it mean? If you like a story, or person, or a page, are you saying you approve of it? Not necessarily, according to Facebook, which suggests instead that youre merely making a connection with the content you likedor that you want to let someone know that you enjoy the content in question. As long as you're signed into your Facebook account in your web browser, this will automatically add the business for which the "Like" button exists to your "Liked Pages" section on Facebook. about contact submit a tip subscribe via email ask ben reader mail site map 2011 - 2018 here's the thing privacy policy terms & conditions . Thanks for helping us achieve our mission of helping everyone learn how to do anything. It is a good idea to periodically check your privacy options about once a month or so to see if Facebook has changed anything. .. comments powered by Disqus Next post: Happy Fourth of July! Previous post: How to test-drive Gmails new, cleaner look (or return to the old design) categories phones tablets social networks laptops home video digital cameras privacy online security software & mobile applications windows mac top products iphone android phones ipad mac os x lion kindle facebook twitter google+ netflix skype gmail about community policy f.a.q. Please try again. The Facebook "Like" button is different than the "Post to Facebook" button that you'll see around blogs and other social websites. Maybe so, but isnt it a little strange to like a story about, say, a tornado that left hundreds of people homeless? Well, yes, and thats why several news organizations have opted for a variant of the button thats labelled Recommend rather than Like. MESSAGES LOG IN Log in Facebook Google Civic wikiHow Account No account yet? Create an account EXPLORE Community DashboardRandom ArticleAbout UsCategoriesRecent Changes HELP US Write an ArticleRequest a New ArticleAnswer a RequestMore Ideas. Lifewire Get the Most From Your Tech With Our Daily Tips Email Address Sign up There was an error. Meanwhile, what about the old Facebook Share button? 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