How to unblock someone on Facebook [Easy Guide]

How to unblock someone on Facebook [Easy Guide]

When you unblock someone, that person will be able to see your posts on Facebook that you share with the public. The person won’t automatically become your friend on Facebook. If you want to become friends with a person who you’ve unblocked, you’ll need to send them a friend request.

Steps on How to Unblock Someone on Facebook

1. Click arrow down account in the top right of Facebook.

2. Select Settings & Privacy, then click Settings.

3. In the left column of your Settings, click Blocking.

4. In the Block Users section you should see a list of people you’ve blocked.

5. Click Unblock next to the name of the person you want to unblock.

6. Click Confirm to finish unblocking the person.

Note: If you unblock someone, you won’t be able to block them again for a few days.

How do I see a list of people I’ve blocked on Facebook?

You can review who you’ve blocked on Facebook in your settings. To see who you’ve blocked:

1. Click arrow down button account in the top right of Facebook.

2. Select Settings & Privacy, then click Settings.

3. On the left side, click Blocking.

4. In the Block users section, you’ll see a list of people you’ve blocked on Facebook. From here, you can:

5. Unblock someone. Click Unblock next to the name of the person you’d like to unblock.

6. Block someone. Enter the name of the person you’d like to block, then click Block and select Block [name] to confirm.

How do I report a Facebook profile?

To report a profile:

1. Go to the profile you want to report by clicking its name in your News Feed or searching for it.

2. Click more to the right and select Find Support or Report Profile.

3. To give feedback, click the option that best describes how this profile goes against Facebook’s Community Standards, then click Next.

4. Depending on your feedback, you may then be able to submit a report to Meta. Click Done.

If someone’s bothering you on Facebook, you can also unfriend or block them.

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