How to know if someone has blocked you on Facebook
To protect the user’s privacy, Facebook does not inform users when they are blocked. However, here are a few indicators that help you see if you have been blocked.
How to know if you have been blocked on Facebook
The first thing that happens when someone blocks you on Facebook is that they are removed from your friend list. If a person has suddenly been removed from your friend list, there’s a good chance that you have been blocked by them. However, if you have hundreds of friends, this method is not easy.
You can no longer view their profile
If a person has blocked you, you will no longer be able to view their profile. To check if someone has blocked you on Facebook, try searching their name in Facebook search. If you cannot view their profile, this means that you have been blocked by them.
You can no longer view their posts
The next thing you will notice is that you will no longer be able to view their posts such as photos, status updates and others. This could also mean that the user has changed their privacy setting for posts, so this is not a sure shot method.
Try to tag them in a post
If you have been blocked by a person on Facebook, you will not be able to tag them in posts. You can try to tag them on post. If you are able to tag them, this means that you have not been blocked.
Invite them to a group
If you have been blocked by a person on Facebook, you will not be able to invite them to groups. Try to invite the person to a group and if you are not able to add them, this means that you have been either blocked or unfriended.
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You can also try sending a message to that person to check if you have been blocked. If you have been blocked, you will get an error message saying that the ‘user is not available’.
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