Keep in mind that when you Check In, the Check In is a Public update which can be viewed not only by your friends, but by anyone one Facebook. Because a Check In is a type of status update in connection with a Page, and since all Page activity is Public, your Check In is Public.
Who can see check ins on Facebook?
There are three typical settings for “Places I Check In.” You can set your check-ins to “Everyone” (all Facebook users will see every check-in), “Friends of Friends” (your Facebook friends and their friends will see your check-ins) and “Friends Only” (just your Facebook friends will see your check-in).
How do I hide my check ins on Facebook?
Turn check-ins off
Click About on the left side of your Page. Click Edit Page Info. Below the map, click to uncheck the box next to Customers visit my business at my street address (unchecking this box will hide your street address and check-ins).
What are Facebook check ins?
(CNN) — Social-networking giant Facebook has entered the check-in world. … Users who wish to announce their location to their friends on Facebook would tap a “check in” button to see a list of places nearby, and then choose the place that matches where they are.
How do check ins work?
Check-in meetings are a container for management and relationship-building. They give managers and staff a consistent time and space to build the relationship, balance priorities across projects, share feedback, ask probing questions, and serve as a resource for each other.
What happened to the check in feature on Facebook?
Facebook will remove the Places check-in feed from its mobile apps and interface, a company spokesperson confirms with us. Rather than check-in, users will be able to add their city-level location or tag a specific Place in any post.