The step by step guide to reporting a post on Facebook
Facebook has established itself as the social media master, and with ownership of all major platforms, no one can really question this reality. Facebook has enabled users to reconnect with old acquaintances, share updates with family and social groups, collaborate with people from all over the world, and much more over the years. People’s interests have shifted as a result of changing times, and it appears that the crowd is favoring the image-sharing network Instagram over the standard Facebook program, while others have lost interest and want to exit the social media circus entirely.
Many factors can contribute to a lack of interest in social networking. One of the main reasons for this is that individuals on the platform may post offensive stuff that you do not want to view when you open your timeline. The simple approach to avoid seeing such stuff is to block the user who publishes it, however, this will only help you. The solution you must use to remove such items from the platform is to report the post.
So, if you see a Facebook user repeatedly posting offensive, inappropriate content and you want to report the same, this is how you can do it.
Step 1. Open the Facebook website on your browser.
Step 2. Browse through the timeline until you see the post that you found offensive.
Step 3. On the post window, you will see a three-dot button. Click on it.
Step 4. From the menu that appears, click on the report post option.
Step 5. Now, you will see a list of problems. Go through the list and select the one that best describes the nature of the offense being committed by the post.
The post will then be reported to Facebook and the concerned person will take a look at the post, and if it is found to infringe on Facebook policies, the post will be taken down, and if the offense is of a higher degree, the account that has uploaded the post will also be banned from the platform.
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