How do I report a Facebook post?

Here are the steps on how to report a Facebook post:

  1. Go to the post you want to report.
  2. Click the three dots in the top right corner of the post.
  3. Select “Report.”
  4. Select the reason why you are reporting the post.
  5. If you want, you can also provide additional information about the post.
  6. Click “Submit.”

Here are some of the reasons why you can report a Facebook post:

  • It’s spam or misleading.
  • It’s violent or threatening.
  • It’s hate speech or offensive.
  • It’s sexual or suggestive content.
  • It’s child sexual abuse content.
  • It’s a scam or phishing attempt.
  • It’s a copyright violation.

Once you report a post, Facebook will review it and take action if they find that it violates their Community Standards. This could include hiding or removing the post, or taking action against the account that posted it.

Here are some things to keep in mind when reporting a Facebook post:

  • You can only report posts that you can see. If you’re blocked from seeing a post, you won’t be able to report it.
  • You can’t report a post that you’ve already reported.
  • If you’re not sure whether a post violates Facebook’s Community Standards, you can still report it. Facebook will review the post and decide whether to take action.

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