Facebook is a great platform to keep in touch with your friends and family. In it, you can spend hours looking at photos and chatting with friends. However, there are times when we want to browse social networks without anyone knowing. How can we do it? Here we tell you.
As is known, when entering Facebook a green icon is displayed that shows others that we are online. However, there is a method that allows us to hide the active state without having to log out.
Before doing so, you have to bear in mind that if you deactivate your activity status, you will not be able to see that of others. Therefore, you will not be able to know if your friends are connected, as with the WhatsApp read confirmation; If you deactivate it, you will not be able to know if someone has read your messages and vice versa.
Step by step so that no one knows that you are connected on Facebook
To deactivate the activity status on Facebook, you don’t have to do much. The best thing about this trick is that you don’t need to install any third-party apps. In addition, it works on both iOS and Android. We just have to follow these steps:
- Open Facebook and go to the configuration section, which we can access by just clicking on the three horizontal bars
- Once we are in configuration, we click on the privacy section
- Then, we must deactivate the active status option.
With this option deactivated, you can be on Facebook and browse calmly for as long as you want without anyone knowing that you are doing it.
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