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How Do I Hide Responses to a Facebook Event? – Technipages

If you don’t want all your Facebook friends to learn that you’re interested in an event, you can hide your response. For example, maybe you don’t want everybody to know you’re attending a particular event. Whatever the reasons, you can stop Facebook from sharing that event in your feed.

In this guide, we’ll show you how you can hide your event confirmations from showing in the newsfeed.

Steps to Hide Event Responses on Facebook

  1. Go to the event’s page.
  2. Then locate the Interested or Going button (depending on your choice).
  3. Click on the down arrow and select Visible to the host and friends.check-response-facebook-event
  4. Then select the privacy level for your response:
    1. Friends. All your Facebook friends will see your response.
    2. Friends except… You can manually select the persons you want to hide your response from.
    3. Only me. Your response will be visible only to the host and
  5. If you select Only me, you’ll get a message confirming your response is visible only to the host(s) and yourself. response visible to host and only you

Public vs Private Events

There are two types of events available on Facebook: public events and private events.

For example, if you marked you’re interested in a public event, the host and your friends can see you’re interested in that event.

In addition, your answer will be visible on the event’s page and in your feed. The host and your friends may even get a notification that you’re interested in that particular event.

The good news is that you can hide your response by following the steps listed above. In other words, your response will no longer be visible.

On the other hand, if you’re interested in a private event, you can’t control who can see you’re going. The host, as well as all the persons invited, will see you’re also going.

Those who aren’t invited won’t be able to see you’re attending that event. But you can always ask the host to hide the guest list. In this manner, invitees won’t see who else has been invited to that event.

This post was written by Madalina Dinita and was first posted to Technipages

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