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Had to select everyone on the privacy settings though did not want to do this

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Check your privacy settings of facebook.......may be you have disable the feature you want

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On face book how can I stop having to view every single thing my friends like?


There are two things you can do.

First set your Privacy setting for 'who can see my posts' to 'Friends Only'.

Then there is a setting to 'follow' certain friends. Do this sparingly as with this set you are notified of every post and everything they like or comment on.

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I have a lot of friends on my account, but it won't let me see all of their posts. How can I see them?


People control their own privacy levels for who can see their posts, that's why you can't see all posts.

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I cannot see all my friends postings


facebook has a setting in which you will only see certain peoples postings (usually most contacted with) go to each friend you want to see post and set them for close friends and should allow you to see their postings

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Cannot share to facebook?


Facebook and Twitter are both amazing social networking sites. If you use Twitter, you know that one of it's great features is the Retweet, which allows you to pass on a post you receive to your friends and followers. Retweeting makes it very easy to share information in Twitter.

Facebook also allows you to share a friend's posted link in much the same way as a Retweet! Using the Share feature, you can post a friend's item to your own Profile and Live Feed, while giving them credit with a Via message.

This lets all your friends see posts that you receive from people that may not be on everyone's list. It's a great way to pass on fun, interesting or important links that you want to share with all, or just some, of your friends.

It's easy to use this feature. Here is How To Use The Facebook Share Via Feature.

First of all, Facebook currently doesn't let you Share everything that your friends post. You cannot Share their Status Updates or Photos.

You can Share any of their Posted Links. This would include websites, links, or videos that a friend or organization posts to their News Feed. To simplify how to know what things you can Share, just look for the word "Share" under the item. It will be next to the "Comment" and "Like" choices, and if it's there, you can Share! If a friend has posted an item that you want to Share and post to your Profile page with a Via credit, click on the "Share" link underneath the item. A "Post To Profile" box will pop up. You can write a message in the text box that will post along with the Shared item, or you can just leave it blank and let the post speak for itself. You can also click on "Send as a Message instead". This allows you to share the post with just one friend, a list, or an email address. The default setting is to display a small thumbnail picture of the posted item along with the post, so if you don't want the thumbnail to show, you have to select the "No Thumbnail" box. Normally you would use the default setting and display the thumbnail. Let's say you choose to Share it on your Profile and Live Feed. Just click on the "Share" button to post the item. You will get a confirmation message on the screen that the message was posted to your Profile. Click on your Profile or the Live News Feed to see how the Shared message looks to the rest of the world. The originator of the message will be given credit by placing the word "Via" in front of their name by the reposted item. You've just done the Facebook version of a Retweet!

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Why can't friends see my posts on facebook?


Hey Johnette Lyn Bennett ,Its called Privacy setup.

Follow these steps-

Whenever you are going to post any thing l then share it with friends .
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When a friend post something there is not a place for me to comment. Some friends that is.


These friends have not yet officially accepted you as their friend, yet - although you can still see their stuff. You can send them a Facebook email to remind them.

Jan 12, 2011 | Facebook Social Network

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Dont wanna see somebodys posts or any activity


Yes, friends who write lots of posts can be annoying. Just click 'Hide' next to one of their posts and you'll be asked if you want to Hide the person, which you do. You shouldn't see any more of their posts, but you're still friends.

Apr 14, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I cannot get the entire news feed and all on my facebook homepage. there is always an error coming. hardly i can see anything done by all my frnds recently. only 3 or 4 posts r visible on my homepage. but...


Facebook changed their site a little bit. News Feed aggregates the most interesting content that your friends are posting, while Live Feed shows you all the actions your friends are making in real-time.

You can control how many friends are shown in Live Feed by clicking "Edit Options" at the bottom of the page.

The News Feed algorithm bases this on a few factors: how many friends are commenting on a certain piece of content, who posted the content, and what type of content it is (e.g. photo, video, or status update).

You can remove friends from the News Feed list (from your default stream) simply by clicking the "Hide" that appears when you hover over their story in your stream.

To add someone back to your News Feed, follow these steps:
  1. Scroll down to the bottom of your News Feed and click "Edit Options."
  2. If you are looking for a friend, scan the list to find that person. If you are looking for a public profile, select the Public Profiles tab.
  3. Click "Add to News Feed" to see their posts again.
  4. Click "Close" to save your changes.
To add someone back to your News Feed, follow these steps:
  1. Scroll down to the bottom of your News Feed and click "Edit Options."
  2. If you are looking for a friend, scan the list to find that person. If you are looking for a public profile, select the Public Profiles tab.
  3. Click "Add to News Feed" to see their posts again.
  4. Click "Close" to save your changes.
Facebook enables you to see what’s happening with your friends through past events and real-time feeds of information. Highlights and the News Feed were combined into a single stream so that you could have more control over what you view on your home page and stay connected with your friends.

As a result of this change, you’ll notice that the Suggestions section has been moved to the right-hand column of the home page. Also, birthdays and events are displayed more prominently on the home page.

When someone sends you a friend request, public stories about you may appear in their News Feed. If you decline a friend request from this person, public stories about you (stories that have the privacy set to "Everyone") will no longer appear in their News Feed. Please note that News Feed will never show stories that a non-friend wouldn’t ordinarily be able to see. For example, if you posted a video and set the privacy to "Friends," a person who is waiting for you to approve their friend request would not see that in their News Feed. If you had set the video to be visible to Everyone, that person would see it.

You can always change your privacy settings by selecting "Privacy Settings" under the Settings drop-down menu and clicking the appropriate section.


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Can't post to a friend's wall -- though we are confirmed friends (she's in my list of friends)... just no options to add a post (and no one else can post either) She is new, so I think she may have her...


he has set her privacy settings so that you maybe you alone or all her friends cannot post to her wall. f you see other friends posting to her wall then she has banned you from posting.

Dec 26, 2009 | Facebook Social Network

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