To manage who can follow you:
i. Public Post Comments: Allows you to select who can comment on your public posts.
ii. Public Post Notifications: Allows you to select if you want to get notifications when people who aren’t your friends start following you and share, like or comment on your public posts.
iii. Public Profile Info: Allows you to select who can like or comment on your public profile information, which includes profile photos, profile videos, cover photos, featured photos and News Feed updates about changes to your Intro section. See How Do I Set A Temporary Profile Picture On Facebook?
See Who’s Following You
If you’ve allowed people to follow you, you can see a list of your followers by going to your profile, clicking Friends below your cover photo and then clicking Followers.
If you don’t have any followers, you won’t see this option.
If you let people who aren’t your friends follow you, people who send friend requests that you ignore or delete will automatically start following you.
If you don’t want someone to follow you, you can block them at any time.
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