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Wednesday, 18 September 2019

How to See Friendship Page On Facebook


The friendship pages on Facebook that reveal your interaction background with a friend also enable you to see other individuals' friendships.

How to See Friendship Page On Facebook: The info on the pages is made up of images in which both people are tagged with their mutual friends, as well as Timeline comments shared between the two. Although these things are limited based on what is enabled on your friend’s privacy settings


                                  


How to See Friendship Page On Facebook

Follow these steps to locate the Facebook friendship page

Action 1. Sign in to your Facebook account.

Action 2. Navigate to a friend's Timeline.

Action 3. Click the switch with the equipment symbol on the cover image, and afterward choose "See friendship". When this loads, it displays the friendship web page for you and your friend.


View other friendships

You can also view how close other people on your timeline are by following the steps listed below

Action 1. Check in to your Facebook account.

Step 2. Navigate to the Timeline of one of the friends.

Step 3. Copy the friend's Facebook ID from the URL in the address field. The ID is the string of characters - usually, a name - that shows up after "facebook.com". Neglect other characters after it. As an example, if the URL is www.facebook.com/john.smith?fref=pb, the friend's user ID is "john.smith".

Step 4. Browse to the Timeline of the other individual, and locate his or her Facebook ID.

Tip 5. Open a brand-new tab in your web browser and paste in the address field as follow: www.facebook.com/FirstID?and=SecondID

Action 6. Replace "FirstID" with the first ID, as well as change "Second ID" with the other ID.

Step 7. Press "Enter" to check out the friendship page for both individuals.


I hope this article was helpful in viewing your friendship page and how close your other friends are?

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