Do you have the maximum number of friends to see your posts on Facebook? If so, then that’s cool. But, you probably want to see more people. Maybe some of your friends who don’t live near you feel left out? Well, there’s an easy fix for that. You can change how Facebook displays your reach on the settings page under “General Account Settings”, “Reach”. This will take effect as soon as you change settings.
Facebook has a long history of privacy scandals, with numerous companies and individuals having their personal information misused by third parties. In recent years, Facebook has been criticized for its involvement in the Cambridge Analytica scandal, which resulted in the harvesting of private data from millions of users without their consent.
You can change your Facebook settings to limit how much data you share with third-party apps and websites. This article will show you how to adjust these settings on a desktop computer using Chrome or Firefox web browsers and on mobile devices using Android or iOS mobile browsers.
Facebook has a fairly simple “reach” setting that you can use to limit the number of people who see your posts.
The reach setting determines how many people see your post. A high reach means that more people will see your post, but it will cost you more money. The default reach is set to wide and there are no other settings to change this setting.
You can also adjust the reach for your posts from the settings page. Just click on “Settings” and then scroll down to “Post Reach.” There you’ll find a slider that lets you adjust how far you want your posts to go!
This page allows you to adjust the number of people who can see your posts. If you want to share something with a small group of people, but it will be seen by more than just them, choose the “Public” option. If you want to share something with everyone, but only your friends can see it, choose the “Friends” option.