How to View Someone's Facebook Albums
By Will Conley
Facebook users can upload and share photos with friends, colleagues, clients -- or everyone on Facebook. You may use photo albums to graphically inform customers about some aspect of your business, or to share photos with colleagues from an event or convention. However you use photos, you can view the albums of a specific user and page through the contents as long as the user has made them visible to you. Album privacy is highly customized, so even though you may be able to see some albums in a user's profile, some albums might exist that are hidden to you.
Log in to Facebook and navigate to the user whose albums you want to view. You can find the user in your friend list or by typing in the search box.
Click "Photos" on the person's profile to view the first eight albums. Click "See More" to view 16 more albums and repeat until all albums are displayed.
Click any album to view thumbnails of its contents. Click any thumbnail to see the full version of the associated photo.
Will Conley's writing has appeared in print and online since 1999. Publication venues include Salon.com, SlashGear.com, National Journal, Art New England, Pulse of the Twin Cities, Minnesota Daily and ThisBlogRules.com. Will studied journalism at the University of Minnesota. He is working on four fiction and nonfiction books.