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How to see photos on Facebook

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A while ago, you decided to sign up on Facebook and so you too, like all your friends, have started posting some photos on the most famous social network in the world. However, since you are not yet very familiar with the latter, you have doubts about the display of the photos, both those you have posted and those published by other users.

That’s the way it is, right? Then know that you have no reason to worry: if you want, in fact, I can help you understand how to proceed. In the next few paragraphs, I will point out to you how to see photos on Facebook explaining not only how to see their own photos, but also those of others.

So, are you ready to get started? Yup? Very good! Make yourself comfortable, give yourself all the time you need to concentrate on reading the next paragraphs and, more importantly, try to implement the “tips” that I will give you. There is nothing left for me to do, except wish you good reading and have fun!

How to see your photos on Facebook

Let’s start this discussion by finding out more closely how to see your photos on Facebook. In the next paragraphs, I will show you in detail how to see the photos you like and also all the photos published on the famous social network.

How to see liked photos on Facebook

If you wish see liked photos on Facebook, perhaps because you want to check which content you have “liked”, here is how you need to proceed.

  • From smartphones and tablets – log into Facebook via its app for Android And iOS / iPadOS and tap on the thumbnail of yours profile photo, next to the wording What are you thinking about?, to go directly to your profile. At this point, after pressing the button (…), select the item Activity log and, in the screen that opens, expand the menu Category▾, in order to filter your search by Likes and reactions: by doing so, you will be able to see all the content you have “liked”, including photos.
  • From computer – log into Facebook through his main page (or through his application for Windows 10), Click on Your name located at the top (in the Facebook bar), to go to your profile, click on the button Activity log place on your cover image and select the item Likes and reactions located on the left: by doing so, you will be able to see all the likes you have put on Facebook, including those relating to photos.

If you wish to have some more information on how to see the “likes” posted on Facebook, please read the in-depth analysis that I linked to you: I am sure it will be useful to you.

How to see all the photos on Facebook

See all the photos on Facebook

As see all the photos you have posted on Facebook? Even in this case, achieving it is child’s play: you simply need to access your profile, go to the section dedicated to the photos uploaded to the platform and that’s it.

  • From smartphones and tablets – log into Facebook via its app for Android And iOS / iPadOS and tap on the thumbnail of yours profile photo located in correspondence with the wording What are you thinking about?, to go to your profile. After pressing the button (…), then tap on the item Activity log and, in the screen that has now opened, expand the drop-down menu Category▾ to then filter the contents by Photo and video: in this way, you will be shown all the photos you have posted on Facebook. Alternatively, once you have gone to your profile, you can click on the box Photo and see all the photos you have uploaded to the social network. By tapping on the tabs at the top, you can also filter the results and browse the available albums (Photos in which you are, Uploads, Album, etc.).
  • From computer – log into Facebook through his main page (or through his application for Windows 10) and click the Your name, placed at the top, so as to go to your personal profile. Then click on the button Activity log, located on your cover image, and select the entry Photo and video from the sidebar located on the left, to see all the photos you have published on the platform. Alternatively, after going to your profile, view the published photos by clicking on the tab Photo, and select the item Your Photos in the opened box.

How to see others’ photos on Facebook

If you have come upon this guide why are you going to find out how to see other people’s photos on Facebook, this is the part of the tutorial that interests you the most.

How to see photos tagged on Facebook

See photos containing tags on Facebook

Are you going to see photos tagged on Facebook? Before explaining how to proceed, I remind you that, when a person is tagged in the photos, they are accessible to the public with whom they were shared (eg “Everyone” or “Friends”), to other users tagged in the photo and to the friends who tagged people choose to add to the audience.

To view all the photos in which a person appears to have been tagged on Facebook, one must necessarily act from computer, as the social network app does not seem to offer this possibility (at least at the time of writing this guide).

To proceed, therefore, log in to your Facebook account from a browser or from theapplication for Windows 10, write the name of the person you are interested in in the search bar at the top left and click on its profile photo, to go to his personal profile.

Then tap on the tab Photo located at the top right, click on the link Photo with [nome dell’utente] and, as if by “magic”, you will be shown all the photos in which the person has been tagged. Easier than that?

How to see photos on Facebook without being subscribed

Facebook

You came to this guide because you want to know how to see photos on Facebook without being subscribed? I’m sorry, but unfortunately it is no longer possible to do this, at least not officially. Facebook, in fact, no longer allows you to search for users registered on the platform without having created an account: once upon a time this could be done using a “People“, Which made it possible to find user profiles quite easily and view the information and public photos of the latter (ie those marked with the privacy option“ Everyone ”).

To solve the problem you can create a fake account, thus avoiding “exporting” by making your identity clear. Please note, however, that doing this is tantamount to violating the conditions of use of Facebook. Then don’t tell me that I didn’t warn you if they should close your account. OK?

For more information on how to search for people on Facebook without being registered and, consequently, on how to see the content published by them on the platform, read the guide I dedicated to the topic.

How to see photos on Facebook without friends

Facebook

Wishes see photos on Facebook without friendship? To succeed, you can create a second account Facebook (although as I have already told you doing this is a violation of the conditions of use of the social network) or take advantage of some parental control app, especially if you want to monitor your children’s social activities.

By not resorting to these “tricks”, you can simply see the public photos of users on their respective profiles (to be clear, those that have the privacy option “Everyone”). If you remember, I have already explained all this to you in the deepening in which I show in detail how to see photos on Facebook without friendship.

How to see photos on Facebook of a private profile

Qustodio Facebook

You wish to discover how to see photos on Facebook of a private profile? In reality it is not possible to do this, if not by exploiting some “tricks” that I will reveal to you shortly. When a photo on Facebook has the “Only me” option as a privacy setting, in fact, only the user who published it can view it (it seems right!).

The only way to see private profile photos is to use parental control app (Such as Qustodio), which allow you to control other devices remotely. But I recommend: use these solutions only to monitor your children’s online activities and do not misuse them to spy on other users: doing this would constitute a serious violation of their privacy and could be a criminal action. Understood?

For more information on what to do, please consult the guide in which I explain in greater detail how to see private photos on Facebook. I hope this reading will also be useful for you.