Did you know you could set up a "restricted" list on Facebook that prevents list members from seeing web content you intentionally make public?
The restricted list is a special friend list every Facebook users has by default (you don't need to produce it). Individuals you add in the your restricted friend list will only see your public posts and also status updates. So if you are friends with colleagues as well as employers and also do not want them to see any of your posts besides public updates, the restricted list is the method to go.
How Do I Restrict Friends On Facebook
Now below is how you find the so called "restricted list of friends" on Facebook:
1. Login to your Facebook account, click the "inverted triangle" icon and select "settings".
2. Click "Blocking" in the left sidebar.
3. In the following page, select "Edit list" under the area "restricted list", as displayed in the copying:
4. When you click "Edit", you will have the ability to add or eliminate Facebook friends to your restricted list. You would certainly also have the ability to assess which of your existing freinds were already added to this list as well as are banned from seeing any of your updates that are not public.
Another way ...
Go to the Facebook profile page of the individual you want to Add to your restricted list. Click the "Friends" drop-down box that appears near the bottom right of their cover picture. Select the alternative "Add to another list"
Now, click the "restricted" setting that appears on the following menu. This need to enbolden the text and also put a check mark next to it.
Now, when you next post content, you can determined whether you want it to be public content or just for the eyes of your Facebook friends.
To change this personal privacy setup as you publish, click on the drop-down box at the end of your pending post and also choose the alternative that matches your material.
If you pick "Friends", individuals on your restricted list will not see the post. If you select "Public" they will.
This is an excellent method of ensuring particular people only see posts you agree to make public.