If your friend modifies the privacy setting of a post and denies you access, the post no longer appears in your news feed and you can longer view the post on your friend’s wall.
Why can’t I see a friends posts on Facebook?
By default, Facebook always lets a user’s friends see his or her posts. The most restricted standard privacy setting is “Friends Only,” which only stops non-friends from seeing a Wall. If you are friends with someone and still cannot see that user’s wall, it means your friend has customized his or her Wall privacy.
Why can’t I see my list of friends on Facebook?
You may not see some of your Facebook friends in an app because they may have: Edited the privacy settings for the app. Turned off Facebook’s integration with the app. Blocked the app.
How do I unblock news feed on Facebook?
Click the pencil icon next to the “News Feed” option in the left sidebar menu on your Facebook homepage, and then click “Edit Settings” to open the Edit News Feed Settings dialog box that shows a list of people, apps, pages and groups you’ve hidden from the news feed.
How do you tell if someone blocked you from seeing their posts on Facebook?
How can I tell if a friend has restricted me from seeing their posts? The only way you can tell for sure is to ask someone else if they can see any posts from that person. If they can see posts that you can’t, then you’ll know that person has blocked you from seeing their posts.
How to hide your friends on Facebook via web browser
- Click the downward-facing arrow, then “Settings & privacy,” then “Settings.” …
- Beside “Who can see your friends list?” …
- Select an option from the dropdown list. …
- Choose who you want to exclude your friends list from and click “Save Changes.”