I always like to read appreciable comments on my posts and avoid seeing the ones that sound irrelevant. That’s why; I have turned on comment ranking for Facebook posts to keep unwanted remarks slightly away.
Do you also want to give a miss to less relevant comments? You should definitely take advantage of this well thought out feature. Besides, it would make your story appear more convincing or the one that has made more impact.
- How to Enable Comment Ranking for Facebook Posts on iPhone and Android
- How to Turn On Comment Ranking for Facebook Posts on the Web
Note: Comment Ranking is designed for only public posts. Hence, ensure that you have allowed anyone to view your posts.
- In Facebook app → Menu Button → Settings → Account Settings → Privacy → tap on Who can see the people, pages and lists you follow? → select Public
- On the web, go to facebook.com → menu button → Settings → Public Posts → click on the drop down menu and select Public
How to Enable Comment Ranking for Facebook Posts on iPhone, iPad, and Android
Step #1. Open Facebook on your device and tap on Menu button.
Step #2. Now, scroll down and tap on Settings & Privacy Button. (On some iDevices you need to tap on Settings.)
Remaining steps are same for both, iDevice and Android device.
Step #3. Tap on Account Settings. (On some of the iDevices you need to tap on Account settings in the Popup Menu.)
Step #4. Next, tap on Public Posts.
Step #5. Finally, go to Comment Ranking section and select ON.
That’s it! Now, exit the settings.
Henceforth, the most suitable remarks will show up first on your story.
How to Turn On Comment Ranking for Facebook Posts on the Web
Step #1. Go to facebook.com on your computer.
Step #2. Now, click on menu button and select Settings.
Step #3. Next, select Public Posts in the sidebar → Next up, click on Edit next to Comment Ranking section.
Step #4. Up next, click on the drop-down menu and select ON.
That’s pretty much it! Going forward, most appropriate comments will appear first in your post.
If ever want to reverse the functionality, simply follow the same steps (both in the app and on the web) and select OFF in the end.
Over to you
It’s one of the ways you can make your story appear more connected and even keep inappropriate takes a tad concealed.
Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com, who has a keen eye for news, rumors, and all the unusual stuff around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting content on social media.