To view older posts on your Timeline, scroll down on your Timeline, then click “Recent” at the top and select the year you’d like to view.
From there, you can click “All Posts” at the top of your Timeline and select a specific month.
Can you search someone’s Facebook posts?
2 Answers. According to Facebook, to search for relevant content posted by your friends, follow these steps: Enter a keyword into the Search Typeahead at the top of the page. Click on either the Search icon or the “See more results for” option from the drop-down menu.
How do I find a specific post on Facebook?
To find a specific post that you published, simply go to the filter results on the left side and under the section marked ‘Posts From’, you can select ‘You’. This will filter your search results to only show posts that you published that contain the keywords that you searched for.
How do I search for a post from a specific date on Facebook?
Click the year or month on the right side of your page’s timeline to jump to that time in your page’s history. While this is quicker than going to the Activity Log, you cannot filter the posts by type from your timeline.
How do you view someones hidden posts on Facebook?
How to see Hidden Posts on Facebook –
How do I search someone else’s timeline on Facebook?
How To Search Someone’s Facebook Timeline – Full Tutorial
How do you find old pictures on Facebook?
How do I see my old profile or cover photos on Facebook?
To see an album of your past profile or cover photos:
- Go to your profile and click Photos.
- Click Albums.
- Click Profile Pictures or Cover Photos.
How do you see hidden posts on Facebook 2019?
Follow these steps to see hidden photos on anyone on Facebook.
- Go to user’s timeline whose photos you want to uncover.
- Copy the profile link like www.facebook.com/username.
- Now you have to find the numeric ID of that user.
- Paste the Profile URL to the Find My FB ID and copy the ID.
Can someone tell if you stalk them on Facebook?
No, Facebook doesn’t let people track who views their profile. Third-party apps also can’t provide this functionality. If you come across an app that claims to offer this ability, please report the app.