There is no way to see who views your Facebook profile. Facebook does not provide users with information on who views their profiles due to their privacy rules, and while there are several applications online that claim ... More »

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Facebook users aren't given access to the list of people who view their profiles. This type of tracking is a violation of Facebook's privacy policy. More »

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Facebook has not yet developed any feature that allows the user to know who has been viewing his or her profile. However, many applications claim to be able to show the identities of those who have visited a particular p... More »

Facebook has not yet developed a way for people to tell who views their profile. However, some Facebook users subscribe to third party software or programs that promise to reveal profile viewers. More »

To poke someone on Facebook, go to the profile of the friend you want to poke. Click "..." on the bottom right corner of your friend's cover photo, and click Poke from the drop-down menu. More »

Although it is impossible to see who is viewing their Facebook profile, users can see who is following them. Users need not be friends on Facebook with someone in order to follow them and see certain status updates. More »

Facebook does not offer a feature which allows users to know who looked at their profile. Although some third-party apps claim to offer this feature, it is not possible. Facebook encourages users to report apps that clai... More »