It is not possible for a Facebook user to see the profile of another user he or she is not friends with, unless the profile is made public by the other user. Applications that seek to circumvent these privacy controls ha... More »

According to the Facebook Help Center, it is impossible a user to see who has viewed his Facebook profile because it violates the site's privacy rules. Third-party applications that claim to have this capability are also... More »

According to Facebook, it is impossible for a person or an application to monitor who is visiting a profile. Facebook simply does not allow it. Moreover, Facebook requests that users report any app that claims to be able... More »

Users looking for fame on Facebook should consider their profile pictures, the frequency of their comments and posts and their number of friends. By carefully cultivating an image and interacting frequently, users may in... More »

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 »

Mutual friends on Facebook are friends the user has in common with someone else. This concept is also familiar to most people in offline life; a mutual friend is someone a person and another person are both friends with,... More »

A cover photo is a large, customizable horizontal image located at the top of every Facebook user's profile page. It is part of Facebook's Timeline redesign, which was introduced in 2011, and gives users a unique way to ... More »

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