How to unsnooze some on Facebook.
Sometimes we come across some post on Facebook and wish never to see such a post again. Here the need to snooze the content creator arises.
Facebook introduced the snoozing feature as a kind of semi-filter that enables users to block posts from any group, page, or profile that they don’t want to see their content.
Snoozing normally lasts for 30 days unless you unsnooze the person on your own. After 30, contents from the snoozed group, page, or profile will start showing on your news feed again.
Did you mistakenly snooze someone? Is there a group or page you snoozed and you want to see posts from them on your news feed? This blog post is for you.
After reading this, you will learn how to unsnooze someone on Facebook, how to unsnooze a group or page on Facebook, and also how to snooze the person again if you want to.
Let’s begin now. Embark on reading this till the end as all the content provided here will be helpful for anyone who wants to know how to unsnooze someone on Facebook.
How to unsnooze someone on Facebook using a computer.
It’s easier to do this using your computer than your mobile phone.
To unsnooze someone, a group or a page on Facebook using your computer, follow the procedure below.
The procedure for turning snooze off for a profile, page, or group:
Log in to your Facebook account from a computer.
Click on the top right of Facebook.
Click on Settings & Privacy.
Click “Feed preferences.”
Next to the profile, page, or group for which you want to turn snooze off, click unsnooze.
Once you click unsnooze, the person, group or page will be unsnoozed and you will start seeing their posts on your news feed.
This process above is for those using a computer, but if you’re using a mobile phone, your own procedure may be a bit complex.
How to unsnooze someone, a page, or a group on Facebook.
Here’s is the procedure to follow in order to unsnooze someone on Facebook using a phone or any other device that’s not a computer. Below are the procedures to follow.
How to unsnooze someone on Facebook.
Login to your Facebook account using Facebook lite or the main Facebook app.
Click on the search icon in the upper right corner.
Type the name of the person you want to unsnooze.
Select “post” from the categories showing up (i.e. people, page, post, event group, etc.)..
locate a post made by the person who you want to unsnooze.
Click on the person, then on the three dots (°°°) in the upper right corner of the post.
I don’t want to see this. Then select unsnooze.
This is the procedure to follow in order to unsnooze someone that you snoozed on Facebook.
To unsnooze a page or group, check below to see the procedure.
The two processes are almost the same.
How to unsnooze a group or page on Facebook.
Login to your Facebook account and navigate to the search area.
Enter the name of the page or group and click on the search icon.
find a post by the group or page;You can achieve this by selecting posts in the listed categories.
Click on the three dots °°° on the right side of the post and choose “I don’t want to see this.”
If you have snoozed the group or page within 30 days, you will see the option to unsnooze.
This is how you can unsnooze a group or page.
You can not unsnooze a group, page, or someone by going to their profile. You have to follow the same process you followed when snoozing them ( that’s through their Facebook post).
As you have seen the procedure for unsnoozing a person on Facebook, if there’s a group, page or profile that you want to snooze, you can now follow the procedure below.
How to snooze someone on Facebook.
Once a post made by a person, page, or group appears on your news feed, click on the three dots in the upper right corner of the post.
Select “I don’t want to see this” and then select “Snooze user.”
You will not see any posts from the snoozed user again until 30 days.
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