Here’s how to find out who you interact with most on Facebook
I created a fake profile to test it out
This one is for the stalker within all of us, it’s relatively easy, and will reveal what you’ve always wanted to know from Facebook? Who are your closest friends, and more importantly, who fancies the pants of you.
The result is based on an aggregation of your Facebook interactions. It will tell you who has liked, commented and shared your posts the most, messaged you and, also, looked at your profile (the good old fashioned stalk) – and vice versa.
ESSENTIAL: YOU HAVE TO HAVE CHROME TO DO THIS.
Go on Facebook.
Right click and scroll down to ‘view page source’
Click on view page source. This scary screen will present itself to you. Don’t be too afraid of this. It is actually really easy.
Press command F (if you have a Mac) or control F (if you have a PC). Type in “initialchatfriendslist”.
It will take you to this section.
Ok this bit is the hardest bit. It’s copying and pasting; but let’s be real, all students know how to do that. So copy the numbers up until the hyphen ( – this thing). If you include the – it won’t work.
Take that number and put it into the URL box after https://www.facebook.com/ (insert number here)
Search that and see who stalked you most recently!
Voila – that’s all you need to know. And if you have been stalking someone, don’t worry, we’ve all been at it.
Disclaimer: I am no computer whizz. From my research the internet has told me that this works but it could also be absolute bollocks or just a coincidence.