How To Know Who Stalk You On Facebook

Have you ever wondered who is checking out your Facebook profile? Although Facebook doesn’t officially provide such a feature, there are a few tricks you can use to find out who looks at your Facebook profile the most. This blog post will show you how to know who stalks you on Facebook.

Using Facebook’s ‘InitialChatFriendsList’

Facebook has a function called ‘InitialChatFriendsList’ which can provide some insight into who views your profile. Here’s how you can use it:

  1. Login to your Facebook account.
  2. Right-click anywhere on the page and click “Inspect” or “Inspect Element”. This will open up the Developer Tools section.
  3. Click on the “Console” tab.
  4. Type in javascript:InitialChatFriendsList into the console and hit Enter.

This will display a list of user IDs that Facebook suggests for you to chat with, based on their algorithm. These are the profiles that you interact with the most, and it’s likely that they are checking out your profile too.

Using Third-Party Tools

There are also some third-party tools and extensions that promise to reveal who views your profile. However, be aware that these tools can pose significant privacy and security risks, and their accuracy is not guaranteed.

Privacy and Facebook Stalking

While it’s natural to be curious about who is viewing your profile, it’s important to remember that Facebook’s design respects user privacy. The company does not provide a legitimate way to see who checks your profile, and any method claiming to do so should be approached with skepticism.

If you’re concerned about someone stalking your Facebook profile, consider adjusting your privacy settings or reporting suspicious activity to Facebook. Protecting your online privacy is important, and it’s always better to be safe than sorry.

Final Thoughts

While the tactics above may give you some perspective, they are not full-proof methods for knowing who looks at your Facebook profile. The best way to protect yourself on Facebook is to be mindful of what you’re sharing, and adjust your privacy settings accordingly.