How do I control who can see posts that friends make on my timeline on Facebook?

Facebook is all well and good, but what's all this interaction about? Turn your back for five seconds and your so-called friends are tagging you in dubious nightspots or posting Rick Astley music videos to your timeline.



A quick delve into the security settings for your account can stop this behavior and help you take total control over how your profile appears to others.

After all, your profile represents you to your contacts on Facebook and the wider world. You may not want it littered with posts and tags from other people, particularly if you use it in a professional capacity, so it's well worth a few minutes of your time to restrict other people's access to your wall (that's what the timeline used to be called, youngsters).


To select the audience for stuff your friends share on your timeline:
  1. Click on the downward pointing arrow at the top right of any page and select Settings.
  2. Click Timeline and Tagging in the left column.
  3. Look for the setting Who can see what others post on your Timeline? and click Edit to the far right.
  4. Select an audience from the dropdown menu.
Note: Posts on your timeline may appear other places on Facebook, like News Feed and search, for people who are in the audience they're shared with (example: friends, public, custom).

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