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How To Hide Liked Pages On Facebook

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Was there ever a page on Facebook that you wanted to “like” but ended up not doing so because you don’t want your friends to know that you did? Do you want to learn how to like a page without letting others know that you actually “liked” it?

If you answered yes to those questions, then you’re definitely in the right place! I’ll be sharing with you just how exactly you’ll like a page without letting others know that you did. If you follow these steps, then you “liked” won’t be announced to your connections.

Hide Facebook Likes from Timeline Profile

Step 1

Go to your timeline, click the “More” drop down tab and click “Likes”

Step 2

Click the edit (pencil) icon on the upper right hand of the page. You can find it just beside the “add likes button”.

Step 3

Once you’ve clicked the edit icon, select "Edit Privacy" from the drop down menu.

Step 4

A pop up would appear where you can edit privacy of your likes. Click the "arrow" button and select "Only Me", this means you will be the only one who can see the pages you liked!

That pretty much does the job. Once you complete these steps, no one’s going to see your liked pages or posts.

I hope this “how to guide” helped you as far as accomplishing your goal in keeping your “liked” pages or posts private. If you have any tips or how to ideas about Facebook that you think others aren’t aware about, I urge you to share it in the comments section below so we can help others learn more about Facebook. Thanks guys!

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By Pauline Cabrera

A twenty-something savvy web designer / social media manager / SEO strategist based in Toronto, Ontario. Passionate about web design, HTML/CSS, beautifying things and internet marketing. Follow me on social media and say hello! Follow me on Facebook Follow me on Instagram Follow me on Pinterest Follow me on Twitter

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