How is the people you may know section determined on Facebook?

People You May Know suggestions come from things like: Having friends in common. Your networks, such as your current city, school or work. Being in the same Facebook group.

Does Facebook suggest friends who look at your profile?

Facebook also gives you friend suggestions; those are people who may have been looking at your profile.

Is people you may know people who visit your profile?

Yes, Facebook users can find out which of their friends have been visiting their profile. The method, however, doesn’t tell when the said Facebook friend visited your profile.

How is the people you may know list determined?

“People You May Know suggestions may be based on contact information we receive from people and their friends. Sometimes this means that a friend or someone you know might upload contact information — like an email address or phone number — that we associate with you,” Steinfeld told Gizmodo in the 2017 article.

Do Facebook suggested friends go both ways?

No, friend suggestions are asymmetric. Facebook suggests user B as a friend to user A, because it thinks that user A is interested in user B.

How do you get on someone’s suggested friends list?

Hashtag Use – If you use many of the same hashtags as someone else in your posts, and those hashtags are niche enough, it’s likely that they will show up in your suggested friend’s list. Mutual Friends – Instagram often suggests you follow people with who you have many mutual friends.