Can I delete a post on someone else’s wall?
You can’t delete a Facebook post someone else posted. If the post is threatening, harassing or otherwise seems to violate Facebook’s policies, you can report it to Facebook.
How do I delete a post I posted on someone else’s timeline?
Tap in the top right of Facebook, then tap your name. Scroll down to the post and tap in the top right corner. Choose Hide from profile or Delete post.
Why wont Facebook let me delete a post?
You must be logged in as an “Admin” to hide or delete posts. If you do not want your customer base to read a particular post, hide the post when deletion is not an option. After the post has been removed from your Timeline, send out an email to your Facebook customer base with an explanation of the error.
How do you edit a Facebook post on someone’s wall?
How to Edit a Comment on Someone Else’s Facebook Post
- Find the comment you want to edit.
- When you hover over the comment with the mouse pointer, a three-dot icon appears to the right. Click the icon.
- Select Edit.
- Make your changes, then press Enter or tap Update.
How do I delete a Facebook post immediately?
To answer your question, there is no way for you to remove that post from your friend’s Timeline yourself because Facebook gives total control of every Timeline to the account owner, and nobody else. But that being said, if you can see the post when you visit that user’s Timeline, you can report it.
Are Friends notified when you delete a post?
However, there is no notification sent to anyone if you delete a post. When a person tries to view a deleted post, they’ll just see a screen which will notify them of the same.
Can you Unboost a Facebook post?
Note: You can’t edit text, image(s) and video once your boost has been reviewed and published. If you decide that you want to change your text or creative, you’ll need to create a new post and boost it.
Why can’t I edit a Facebook post on my page?
Why did Facebook take away the ability to edit photos and text? The main reason Facebook made this decision was to take a stand against fake news and misleading posts. If you think about it, a Facebook post could have a photo, title, and description completely different from what the webpage was actually about.