Search and Privacy
You can find anything that’s been shared with you on Facebook. Your friends and other people can find things you’ve shared with them. Watch this video to learn more.
Who can find your stuff?
You’re in control of who can see the things you share on Facebook. For example, if you post a photo and set the audience to:
If you choose this audience, no one else can find it in search.
If you choose this audience, friends will see it in their search results.
If you choose this audience, anyone who searches for it can find it. Learn More
See something you don’t like when you search? Remember that you can always review the things you’ve shared on Facebook and change who can see them. You can also ask other people to remove photos or other posts.
Your Posts and Checkins
You can review the posts and checkins you’ve shared to make sure that just the right people can see them. Visit your Activity Log to control what people can see on Facebook, including what shows up in search. Learn More
You can choose who sees your profile information, such as your school, employer, or hometown. Just go to the “About” tab on your profile and choose which audience you want to share with. Learn More
You can review photos you’ve shared or been tagged in. Just go to the Activity Log on your profile and filter by “Photos of You.” Learn More