March 15, 2017
Everyone, including this Facebook ads company, agrees that when it comes to social media, privacy matters. It matters who sees your posts, who contacts you, and who comments on your posts. Today a new privacy feature appeared on Facebook. This feature allows you to choose who can comment on your public Facebook posts. Options include your friends, your friends’ friends, and the public (anyone on Facebook). Here’s how you can control who comments on your Facebook posts.
Step 1: Go to the “More” Menu
Go to your settings by clicking the three-lined hamburger icon on the right side of your screen.
Step 2: Go to Account Settings
Scroll down until you find “Account Settings.” Click “Account Settings.”
Step 3: Go to Public Posts
In your account settings, scroll down until you find “Public Posts.” Click “Public Posts.”
Step 4: Choose Your Audience
Here you can choose who can comment on your public posts, similar to choosing who you want to target for your Facebook ads. Choosing public will allow anyone who stumbles upon your post to comment. Choosing friends of friends allows your friends and their friends to comment on your post. Choosing friends allows only your Facebook friends to comment on your post.
Step 1: Go to Settings
Go to settings by clicking the expand button. Scroll down to “Settings” then click it.
Step 2: Go to Public Posts
From the left column of your settings, click “Public Posts.”
Step 3: Choose Your Audience
Choose who can view your public posts here.
Has this feature rolled out to you yet? Let us know in the comments section below.