How to Follow Someone on Facebook

Periodically, next to the Add Pal button on somebody's Facebook Timeline, you'll see an extra button named Follow. Following individuals on Facebook is a way of getting updates from them in your News Feed without actually becoming their good friend. Typically individuals follow people like journalists or public figures because they do not want to expose their posts to someone who, let's face it, doesn't understand them. How to follow someone on Facebook?

Following someone is as simple as-- actually, it's easier than-- adding somebody as a buddy. Browse to that individual's Timeline and click the Follow button. To unfollow her, click that same button (it now says Following) to open a menu of options. Select the Unfollow alternative (the last product on the list).
How to follow someone on facebook

If you're someone who plans on publishing great deals of public updates or is a public figure (in your area or nationally), you can allow individuals to follow you rather of becoming your good friend (they'll likewise have the ability to add you as a good friend, but you won't need to accept their ask for them to see your posts). Follow these actions to permit individuals to pursue you:

How to Follow Someone on Facebook

1. Click the upside-down triangle in the upper-right corner of the huge blue bar on top.

A menu of options appears.

2. Select the Settings alternative.

The Account Settings page appears, which has a menu running down the left-hand side.
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3. Select Followers from the left menu.

The Follower Settings page appears.

4. Inspect package labeled Turn On Follow.

Congrats! People can now follow your public posts. When you decide into this feature, more settings appear on the page. These settings enable you to specify how followers can discover and connect with your Timeline. This is also where you can link a Twitter account, so your tweets will likewise be imported to Facebook.