You asked: Who has seen my post on Facebook?

To view the analytics of all your posts at once, click on “Insights” on the menu at the top of the page. Under the “Reach” column, you can see how many people have viewed each of your posts.

Why can’t I see who has seen my posts on Facebook?

In the Help Center, Facebook reports: No, Facebook doesn’t let people track who views their profile. Third-party apps also can’t provide this functionality. If you come across an app that claims to offer this ability, please report the app.

Can you see who viewed your post?

Unfortunately, you can’t see who viewed your Instagram post. If you have uploaded a video or image directly into your feed, then there are only two stats that you can view, the number of views you have received and who liked your post. Instagram doesn’t provide its user with access to this data.

Can someone on Facebook tell if you look at their pictures?

No, Facebook doesn’t tell people that you’ve seen their profile. Third-party apps also can’t provide this functionality.

Can someone tell if you look at their Facebook a lot?

“Facebook users cannot track who has viewed their personal homepage. Third-party applications also cannot provide this feature.” … This doesn’t mean your activity on Facebook is private from everyone. Facebook is free for a reason.

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Can a person see how many times I viewed their Facebook?

Facebook does not have the ability to track who views a particular person’s profile. Nor can any other program provide this functionality; doing so is against Facebook’s Terms of Service. However, some applications can track a user’s actions, including knowing if they visit a particular website or profile.

Can I see who viewed my Facebook collection?

Yes, you can see who viewed your featured collection on Facebook. However, you can only see the names of people that viewed your collection if they are friends with you on Facebook. If they are not friends with you on Facebook, they will be categorized as “Other viewers” instead of “Viewers”.