How do I hide online, new, & mutual friends on my myspace profile & only have the option to view all?
(the code I wrote here before doesn't work (i checked it, i used it a long time ago) but I found something much better.) This code hides online & new, exactly what you are looking for:
If you are looking for more to change in the friend section take a look at: www.abrax.us
P.S. But unfortunately somebody who is using firefox can still make it viewable.
A mutual friend is someone that your friends with and someone else is friends with.........you can't make a friend mutual unless one of your friends is friends with them....
Sarah is friends with Carly
You are also friends with Carly
So when you go to Sarah's page it will say Carly is a mutual friend on Sarah's profile.
The reason she has 11 mutual friends is because she probably has 11 of the same friends you do
Understand ? :)
*Mutual means : shared in common*
Hope i helped =]
if your mutual friends are gone then those people must have deleted you. it will not say mutual friends on your own profile but if you and your friend have the same friends than it should show how many friends you have in common.
I'm confused by your question. The Mutual Friends thing is how many friends YOU and SOME OTHER PERSON have in common. If you want to have more mutual friends, add friends that your friends are already friends with (that's a mouthful)
Facebook: Is there a way to hide friends but not mutual friends?
Yes, in fact Facebook doesn't allow users to hide their mutual friends. Since May 2010 Facebook offers again the possibility to stop showing your list of friends on your profile. This guide will show you how to do it:
As part of Facebook’s privacy changes yesterday, the company made users’ friends publicly available. While there was an option to hide your friends completely from any users who was logged in, that option did not also allow users to remove their friend lists from being publicly available.
Now, based on heavy media scrutiny and what appear to be a a lot of user complaints, Facebook is changing the functionality of the hide feature to also hide friends from people who are not logged in.
The feature otherwise works the same as before. Go to your profile page, click on the blue pencil icon at the top of your friends box list, and de-select the checkbox that says “show my friends on my profile.”
There are larger questions here about Facebook’s decision yesterday. While the privacy changes were a relatively aggressive move to make users’ data more publicly accessible, the main method for doing that was through having each user go through “wizard,” or interface where they could choose to leave their settings as is or choose to make them available to everyone.
Another other part of Facebook’s changes — to make some profile information unavoidably public, including friends lists — came across as misleading. While logged-out viewers see excerpts of users friends, anybody could theoretically refresh that page and eventually see all of a person’s friends. That possibility has been removed for users who choose to hide friends.
So why did Facebook show friends lists in public? The company hasn’t said, but one reason might be to make it easier for new users to see friends they have in common with someone they find through a search result. Another reason might be to increase the search engine rankings of users by cross-linking user profiles.
However, there is still a caveat. Friends lists are still accessible, and here’s how: if one of your friends adds an application, they are providing that application with data showing that they are friends with you, as well as friends with everyone else on their list.
How can I prevent Facebook from posting my wall posts in the news feed of mutual friends?
The stories that appear on your friends’ home pages are based on the content you publish, the settings of your Publisher Control, and your friends’ filter preferences. While your friends can always choose to hide content that you publish, you can ensure that they have to option to view your stories by changing the settings on your Publisher Control.
When you post something you will find a small arrow beside the " Share" button,click on that arrow to control who can see your wall post
go to the other persons page and click on the friends list. where it says "search by name" click on that box and at the bottom there will be a "mutual friends" choice. pick that. if they dont have the friends tab listed or their profile is completely private then you may have to find another way
I myself could not figure it out but i did find this on another site.
Quoted from Radek Majer - "Hiding friends from friends is NOT possible any more, unfortunately. The least you can do is to control who sees your activities (posts, viewing pictures etc). Limited Profiles still exist but not as they used to be. You have to create a list of friends (Friends – All Friends - Create New List (name it Limited profile or whatever you feel like)). Add friends who should be on “limited profile”. Then go to Settings - Privacy Settings – Profile Information. There you will find the individual parts of your profile and on the right the (drop down) menus choose "customize". Add the name of list you have created into the “Hide this from” line. This should be the trick. A bit complicated but what can one do...Useful for posts you make, pictures you share, people who are allowed to comment on your posts."
I hope this helps some.
What happens if I block someone on facebook and then one of our mutual friends adds us both to a message?
I've been in a similar situation, I had a fight with a friend. And she blocks me, but the thing is we were in a message together with our other friends, and every time the friend I was fighting with replied, I could see what she wrote. It's just that there was no picture or name.
I think you should just ask your mutual friends to not add you two in the same message.
Hope I helped(:
Is there a certain setting that enables you to get mutual friends on facebook?
mutual friends are when two or more of your friends know each other, it might just be a case of that you friends don't know each other, so you have no mutual friends.
i hope you get the answer you were looking for.
His privacy settings are up high.
Meaning you can see his mutual friends just like all other people on facebook but when you go onto his profile it must be very private, as in on his profile you can't see mutual friends, friends, info, etc.
How do I hide someone from mutual friends on facebook?
To do so, you must first, make a friend list/folder and name it (eg. "Everybody"). Put ALL your friends in there. Then, go to Settings > Privacy Settings > Profile > Friends.
Click on the box there, and choose "Customize". Then, choose: "Only Me" and "None of my Networks" and then under the last heading, "Except these people", type in the earlier folder (ie "Everybody").
How can I add Mutual friends list on my profile when my friends view my profile?
You have to have the same friends as your friend. Like for example, Friend A, B and C is in your friend's list. Then Friend A is a friend of you and Friend C, so, when Friend A visits your profile, Friend C will be in the mutual friends list. And vice versa, when you visit Friend C, you will be able to see Friend A in the Mutual Friends list. \
Hope this helps.(:
No. you do not need a network. This is how mutual friends work.
Person 1: You (Alex)
Person 2: Your Friend 1 (Joey)
Person 3: Your Friend 2 (Bill)
Person 3: Friend 2's Freind 1. (Joey)
You have Joey & Bill as friends.
If Bill had Joey on his friends list too, Joey would be a mutual friend between you and bill.
Best Answer Plzzz?
All mutual friends are are friends that are also friends with your friends. So if you have the same friends they should be there. You have to be sure you accepted their request or they excepted yours or else it wont show. If you did this just try logging out and logging back on. Its worth a try and helps by letting it reload and stuff... hope I helped :)
Mutual friends are those friends which are common between you and some other person. So when you go to his/her profile so it shows mutual friends there.You cannot see mutual friends at your own profile.
How do you set people as mutual friends on Facebook?
You don't "set" people as mutual friends. If someone is your friend, and also someone else's friend, then when you view one of those other person's profiles it shows the third person as a mutual friend because they are friends with both of you. It's not really something you can control.
Mutual friends are the people who are Facebook friends with both you and the person whose profile you are viewing. For instance, if you are friends with Chris, and Mark is friends with Chris, then Chris will be shown as a mutual friend when you are viewing Mark's profile.
You will never see mutual friends on your own profile page because you cannot have friends in common with yourself.
What is the difference between mutual friends and regular friends on facebook?
Mutal friends are friends you have in common with another facebook user. Doesn't matter if this other user is a friend of yours or not.
You could be surfing people on facebook and come across someone you know in that particular person's profile. It will usually say on their profile...4 mutual friends or however many mutual friends you two may have.
And of course...your regular friends are just that...regular friends of just yourself.
When you look at a user's mutual friends, that is the list of friends that both you and that user share in common.
So if I go to Jessica's profile, view her mutual friends, and see Adam listed as a mutual friend, that means that Adam is both on Jessica's and my friends list.