Can you see who views your Facebook group page?

A Seen by status will appear next to each post to indicate how many group members have seen it. Tap Seen to find out who’s seen it. Anyone who can view the group post will see the Seen by status.

How can I tell who visited my Facebook page?

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.

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

If your group has fewer than 250 people, posts will be marked as Seen after they’re read. If your group reaches 250 members or more, you’ll no longer see who’s seen posts.

When you stalk someone on Facebook do they know?

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

How can I know who visited my Facebook profile 2021?

How can I see who viewed my FB profile on mobile?

  1. Log in to your Facebook account.
  2. Click on (3 links) main drop-down menu.
  3. Go to Privacy Shortcuts.
  4. Tap on “Who viewed my profile“ (see image below)
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What is the difference between seen and viewed on Facebook?

The total number of views includes every single time a piece of content was viewed. In short, it doesn’t matter if a single person has seen it 1 time, 3 times or 12 times. Each time they saw it counts as a view. Another metric is impressions.

How do you turn on seen by on Facebook groups?

1 Answer. Show activity on this post. Facebook Community Forum already has the answer: If your group is less than 250 members, “seen by” feature is automatically activated (you will not able to find it in group setting). Once your group members exceed 250, this feature will be disabled.

Can group admins see searches?

We cannot, however, do certain things, like see your search history in the group, view your message history with other group members, or see anything on your profile that we wouldn’t otherwise be able to see based on your privacy settings. We also can’t tell who reported a post or the whole group to Facebook.