There might be a growing groundswell of support for deleting Facebook, but the social network still boasts more than two billion users. Even if a huge portion of them leave, your Timeline isn’t suddenly going to become an empty bliss where no one tries to tag or interact with you.
Meaning, your Timeline is still going to be inundated with posts not your own. If you want to keep some control over your Facebook wall, it’s important to know how to stop other people from posting on it. Keep reading and we’ll show you how it’s possible.
How to Stop Others Posting on Your Timeline
If you want to prevent other Facebook users from posting on your Timeline, you need to enter your account settings and tweak a few things. Just follow the instructions below.
- Click on the arrow in the upper right-hand corner of your Facebook home screen.
- In the dropdown menu, click on Settings.
- Using the panel on the left-hand side of the screen, navigate to the Timeline and Tagging section.
- Scroll down and locate Timeline > Who can post on your timeline.
- Click on Edit.
- To lockdown your timeline, choose Only Me.
This page also includes some other settings you should tweak. For example, in the Review section, it’s worth checking your settings for:
- Review posts that you’re tagged in before the posts appear on your timeline
- Review what other people see on your timeline
- Review tags that people add to your posts before the tags appear on Facebook
Turning on the three options will give you even more control over what content appears on your timeline. And you should consider disabling the algorithmic feed as well.
And while you’re here, it’s always a good idea to review your Facebook privacy settings.
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