With the option to “like” groups and organisations on Facebook, it’s now become easy to find out who your friends and family have liked.
With a general election looming, for instance, you may be interested in finding out their political allegiances. With this in mind, here are some quick links – click on any and it will list which of your Facebook friends have “liked” them.
Or you may want to know if any of them have interested in far-right organisations…
Naturally, it can be used for anything.
Now, if you want to create your own links, here’s how to do it.
- Go to the Facebook page of the organisation concerned. If it has a number in the URL then you’re set: copy that and skip to step 4.
- Otherwise replace ‘www’ in the URL with ‘graph’ (
- Near the top of the page will be a numeric ID – this is the number you need.
- Add that number to the end of this link and paste it into your browser address bar:
Thanks to Political Scrapbook for the above tip.