- September 28, 2013
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The most important one, Facebook users will no longer be able to hide their profile from Facebook’s internal search function. Currently Facebook provides facility for users to get hide from the search terms through “Hide” themselves on account setting. According to official Facebook statement, this is one of the functions that is very less known to general users, users who operate this function are hardly into the single digit percentage. Keeping this function alive can help the Facebook user to get active without coming on front for search terms.
One more change is that Facebook is rolling our “Request Removal” function. This will allow people to request others to remove updated, photos and other post.
On a delete post function Facebook is updating a change where you can still see the post that once you posted and then deleted from your profile. Now you can see who else has share or like this update and where else on the Facebook your update is still alive.
The final change is that Facebook is arranging new privacy policies setting that allow any member to set all privacy data from one place rather than running around several menus. This menu option will be named as “Privacy Shortcuts”.