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How to unfriend someone on Facebook? (Without them knowing)

Social media is a great way to connect with loved ones: your friends, family members, or colleagues. Facebook is one of the greatest social media platforms in the world, with 2 billion users. Chances are, even your grandmother has a Facebook account. If you are an introvert, you might not unfriend someone that often, but if you’ve got many friends on Facebook and you’re sick of your feed being bombarded by a lot of dog videos and useless information or romantic pictures from your friend who just broke up, you may want to consider unfriending them to give your feed some room to breathe.

Some users post five times a day, and their posts will show up in your home feed right away. The important posts will be missing between the mass posts coming from your friends so that you will miss important information like the latest local news about the weather. Maybe it’s time to unfriend that person. In this article, you are going to learn how to unfriend someone on Facebook.

Unfriending someone on Facebook is not easy because you might hurt the feeling of your old friends or longtime family friends, so the important question here is, will an unfriended person know that you just unfriended them from Facebook?

Perhaps there is a way to shut their posts off your feet for a while without a friend in them


You will get all the answers in this article.

Can someone tell if you unfriend them on Facebook?

Facebook won’t let anybody know that they’ve been unfriended. But things get uncool when they search your name on their Facebook account. If you unfriend someone and they search your name, they will easily know that you have removed them from your list. But the odds are so little that somebody searches your name on their Facebook account unless you matter the most to that person.

How to unfriend someone on Facebook?

If you are still serious about unfriending your or noisy friends in getting them out of your online life, the following is these steps to do that (but don’t tell them where did you learn that stuff😂)

  1. Go to the profile of your prey (just kiddin’😂) to remove them from your account.
  2. Click and the “friends” button under their banner photo
  3. Click “Unfriend”

If you don’t want to hurt their feeling, you can make Acquaintances

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Facebook is smart. They already have considered this awkward social situation that you’re in right now. If you don’t want to see the person’s posts each time you open up Facebook and at the same time you don’t want to reject this person right away, you can limit your friendship so that Facebook will show you only a limited number of their posts in your feed.

There is an option that lets you secretly unfriend someone. It’s the grey area. In this grey area, you don’t completely delete the person, and you also can get to see their posts. Facebook allows users to unfollow their friends’ pages and simultaneously keep them on their friend list, so you don’t get to see their posts that often, but they are still your friend.

Conclusion

Facebook is a big platform with billions of users, and that is why they have considered all the possible scenarios that users can go through. You can entirely unfollow somebody and break up the entire friendship, or you can remove their posts from your feed and give your home some space to breathe. Unfriending someone is not public, but if they search your name, they can easily find out that you have unfriended them. So please consider this.

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George D.Harrison
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