How to Stop Specific People from Seeing your Facebook Status Updates
Ever since Facebook was launched back in 2004, it’s taking over the entire World gradually. You can see how it’s growing every day. You would barely find anyone without a Facebook account now a days. However, the only issue that Facebook users were so panicked about from the very beginning is the Privacy. Privacy on their Updates, Uploads, or even their Personal Information.
Now, people at Facebook are not sitting idle. They have added so many features over the last couple of years. In fact, if you are familiar with the oldest version of Facebook and compare that with the current Timeline update, you will find it to be mind boggling. But the question is are you really familiar with all the features that Facebook offers? or Did you spend little more time on looking for the recent updates of Facebook rather than just simply updating your status?
There are times, when update your status that you don’t want to share with everyone, or may be you want to block any specific individual whom you don’t want to see your latest updates. Yes, it is also doable. If that’s the thing you are willing to know, this post is for your. Go ahead and keep reading.
Step 1: Log in to your Facebook account.
Step 2: Before you Post your Updates, take a look at the screenshot given below. Click on “Friends” drop down menu and select “Custom”.
Step 3: A new window will Pop-Up at this stage. From this window, type the name of the Person whom you don’t want to show your current updates. You can add as many people as you want. Once done with that just click on “Save Changes”.
Step 4: It will take you back to the Previous status update box. Write whatever you want and hit the “Post” button.
You are good to go. Follow these steps every time you update your status from Facebook. Selected people won’t see your updates. However, in order to have better control over your update posts, it’s very important that you organize your friends on different list. It will make the entire things lot easier than whatever we just did.
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