How to See Who I Am Following on Facebook?

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Written by: Alex Popa

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How to See Who I Am Following on Facebook?

Seeing your followers on Facebook is not as easy as you think. The option isn’t in the “Friends” tab anymore. Instead, you’ll find it deep in the Facebook settings (way deep).

Here’s how to see who you’re following on Facebook on the mobile app:

  1. Tap the Menu icon
  2. Select the Gear icon
  3. Go to “Activity Log
  4. Select “Following

If you’re using a computer to access Facebook, here’s how to see who you’re following:

  1. Click on your profile picture
  2. Select “Settings and privacy
  3. Select “Activity log
  4. Go to “Connections
  5. Select “Connected

Confused about all of this? Don’t worry! I’ll help you get to the bottom of this – read my guide below and you’ll have an easy doing this.

On Mobile

Follow the steps below to see who you’re following on Facebook on the mobile app:

1. Tap on the Menu icon

Facebook homepage on Android, showing the "Menu" icon highlighted in red
Facebook homepage on Android, showing the “Menu” icon highlighted in red

Begin by opening Facebook on your mobile and selecting the three-line icon in the top-right corner (also known as the Hamburger icon).

2. Tap the Gear icon

Facebook Menu page showing the Gear icon highlighted in the top-right corner
Facebook Menu page showing the Gear icon highlighted in the top-right corner

Once you tap the Menu icon, Facebook will redirect you to a different page in the app. Here, you’ll see several shortcuts like “Groups“, “Find friends“, “Saved“, and more.

Look in the top-right corner for the Gear icon and select it, instead.

3. Select “Activity Log

Facebook settings page showing the "Activity log" option highlighted in red
Facebook settings page shows the “Activity log” option highlighted in red.

After selecting the Gear icon, you’ll reach the settings page on Facebook. Scroll down to the bottom until you see the “Your information” header.

You’ll find the “Activity log” under it. Click on it and proceed to the next steps!

4. Select “Following

Facebook "Activity Log" page showing the "Following" option highlighted in red
Facebook “Activity Log” page showing the “Following” option highlighted in red

The Facebook Activity Log contains your posts, comments, likes, and user interactions with your account.

Search for the “Following” button in the blue list and select it. If it’s not there, try scrolling to the right or left until you find it.

5. Check your Following list

Facebook "Connected/Following" page where the first entry is highlighted in red
Facebook “Connected/Following” page where the first entry is highlighted in red

Did you select “Following“? Then, you’ve reached this page, where you can find a list of all the people you followed or unfollowed over time.

From top to bottom, you’ll find all the notifications about following or unfollowing people that your account has done in chronological order.

On a Computer

Trying to find a list of who you follow on Facebook on a computer? Follow the steps below to do that:

1. Tap on your profile picture

Facebook computer homepage showing the highlighted Profile icon in the top-right corner
Facebook computer homepage shows the highlighted Profile icon in the top-right corner

Just like before, open Facebook on your computer and look for the profile picture located in the top-right corner. Select it and move on with the guide!

2. Select “Settings & Privacy

Facebook page showing the options menu revealed by the Profile icon in the top-right corner, and the "Settings & Privacy" option highlighted
Facebook page showing the options menu revealed by the Profile icon in the top-right corner, and the “Settings & Privacy” option highlighted

Once you select the profile icon in the top-right corner, a menu will appear, and you’ll see several options:

  • Settings & Privacy
  • Help & Support
  • Display & Accessibility
  • Give Feedback
  • Log Out

Select “Settings & Privacy” and move to the other steps to see what’s next!

3. Select “Activity Log

Facebook profile menu showing the "Activity Log" option highlighted in red
Facebook profile menu showing the “Activity Log” option highlighted in red

After you select the “Settings & Privacy” option, a dropdown menu will appear where you’ll see the following options:

  • Settings
  • Privacy Check
  • Privacy Center
  • Activity Log
  • Feed Preferences
  • Language

Select “Activity log“!

4. Select “Connections

Facebook "Activity Log" page showing the "Connections" option being highlighted in red
Facebook “Activity Log” page showing the “Connections” option being highlighted in red

Once you get to the Activity Log on Facebook, you should see a menu on the left-hand side of the screen. Find the “Connections” option and select it.

5. Go to “Connected

Facebook "Connections" tab on the "Activity Log" page where the "Connected" option is highlighted in red
Facebook “Connections” tab on the “Activity Log” page where the “Connected” option is highlighted in red

After going to the “Connections” option and selecting it, you’ll get a submenu with several options, such as:

  • Added
  • Removed
  • Received friend requests
  • Connected
  • Followers
  • Pages, page likes, and interests
  • Sent friend requests
  • Blocked

This page offers information about social interactions on Facebook, who follows you, who sends you friend requests, and so on.

To see who you’re following, go to the “Connected” option and select it.

6. See who follows you

Facebook page showing who you followed and/or unfollowed in your time on Facebook
Facebook page showing who you followed and unfollowed in your time on Facebook.

Once you select the “Connected” option, you’ll see a chronological list of the people you followed and unfollowed on Facebook.

Go through it if you’re looking for a special someone who you’re following. But you may need to scroll down a bit if you’ve followed that person long ago.

Leave a comment below if there’s anything else I could help you with!

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Alex Popa

My name is Alex and I have a knack for social media in all its shapes and forms. I’ve dealt with such things for quite some time and I noticed that many people have issues with social media and technicalities.

Unforeseen errors, bugs, and other problems make their use of social media problematic. These things will be discussed amply in the guides on Whizcase.

I'll present the facts as they are, and offer quick and easy solutions for them.

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