Block Facebook Users with iPhone 6
Edited by Kara, Melissa Rae, Eng, maria
Hello, and welcome to VisiHow. I'm continuing a series of Facebook videos where you'll find out about hidden features and some of the most complicated settings, and I hope these videos will be helpful for you. In this video, I will show you how to block users on Facebook if you have an iPhone 6.
- 5It's the very first choice indicated in red text. Tap "Block". Before a user is blacklisted, Facebook wants us to confirm. It reminds us that "People you block can no longer tag you, invite you to events or groups, start a conversation with you, add you as a friend or see things you post on your timeline. If you're friends, blocking someone will also unfriend them".The pop-up menu gives us the option to block a person.
- 7If you have any additional questions related to Facebook, please leave them in the comment section below, and I will happily help you.You just watched me blocking people on Facebook while using an iPhone 6.
Video: Block Facebook Users with iPhone 6
Questions and Answers
Hello, I have a question if I may. Once you block a profile is it possible to still view their profile?
A friend told me she blocked a person but still sees the "about", "photos" and "friends" options. (she sent me a screenshot) So she doesn't have the message, follow, or add option. Does this sound normal? Cause I thought that when you block someone that person becomes invisible to you so that you can't view their profile at all, even with some options missing? This person has been harassing her and has things he could use against her so I'm worried in case she lied about blocking him, out of shame/fear-if he threatened her not to block him, and instead did something else to try to present it as if she blocked him? I really need your help about this. You showed how to block someone on iPhone while what I need is to see/know how it looks once you've blocked that profile to see if the screenshot I have is valid or not since I don't own an iPhone myself. I have tried: I've explained the situation earlier, I need some extra information. I think it was caused by: I've explained the situation earlier, I need some extra information.
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