is the largest source of online . So, simple logic dictates they should make it easy to .  Unfortunately, they apparently don’t believe in simple logic because many of their help functions are too deeply buried. It is my contention these links should be easily and readily available with one-click direct links from their main home page.

Social networks used for bullying

Shame on you Facebook! You could make it much easier to report bullying. Being #1 is good if you are offering something of great value. But in this example, being #1 is not something to be bragging about. Even worse, you don’t make it exactly easy to report .

In any case, we have made it easy for you.

Quick links:

These are the reporting steps (below 1-4) you can do for your reporting. I will be using the PC version which may be similar to your main computer at home. Optionally, similar methods will be shown for your mobile device.
Note: in most cases on this page, the links will load in a new tab/window.

Step 1:

Go to the top right and look for the HELP icon as shown here  – click it.

Step 2:

A window similar to below screen capture should now be seen. Go the bottom where it says Report a Problem

Step 3:

Look for Abusive Content

This includes content that’s harmful, spam or a policy violation – click the section as shown below.

Step 4:

How to Report Things

Don’t have a Facebook account?

Learn more about how you can report potential abuse on Facebook.

The best way to report abusive content or spam on Facebook is by using the Report link that appears near the content itself. To report a business you purchased something from on Facebook, you can fill out this form.Below are some examples of how you can report content to us:

To report a profile:

  1. Go to the profile you want to report
  2. In the bottom right of the cover photo, click  and select Give feedback or report this profile
  3. Follow the on-screen instructions
To report a post:
  1. Click  in the top right of the post
  2. Click Report post or Report photo
  3. Select the option that best describes the issue and follow the on-screen instructions
Currently, you can’t report something someone posted on your timeline. However, you can Hide or Delete the post.
  1. In the top right of the post, click 
  2. Click Hide from timeline to hide the post from your timeline or Delete to delete it.
You can also block the person who posted this content on your timeline
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To report a photo or video:
  1. Click on the photo or video to expand it. If the profile is locked and you can’t view the full-sized photo, click Give feedback or report photo.
  2. Hover over the photo or video and click Options in the bottom-right corner.
  3. Click Give feedback on this photo for photos or Give feedback on this video for videos.
  4. Select the option that best describes the issue and follow the on-screen instructions.

If you’re having trouble reporting something, please log in from a computer and use the report links.

Note: If you want to report a secret conversation, don’t fill out the form below. Instead, follow these separate instructions.
If you think a message you’ve received goes against our Community Standards, you can report it by filling out this form.
We won’t let the person know who reported them. Keep in mind that not everything that may be upsetting violates our Community Standards.

Learn more about Facebook safety tools and resources. If you ever feel like you or someone you know is in immediate danger, contact your local enforcement.

To report a Page:

  1. Go to the Page you want to report.
  2. Click  below the Page’s cover photo.
  3. Select Report.
  4. Choose the option that best describes the issue and follow the on-screen instructions.

If you can’t access the Page you want to report, consider asking a friend to report it.

We’ll review the Page and remove anything that doesn’t follow the Facebook Community Standards. We may also warn or disable the person responsible.

To report something you see in a group:

1. Find the post you want to report.

2. Click Story options in the top right.

3. Select Report to Admin to report the post to an admin or select Report post to send the report to Facebook.

Note: If you choose to report the post to an admin, the admin will know that you reported it. Admins may or may not choose to remove the post or block the person who shared the post. Reporting a post to an admin won’t send a report to Facebook.

To report an ad you see on Facebook:

  1. Click  next to the ad you want to report
  2. Click Report Ad and then follow the on-screen instructions

When you report an ad, it is subjected to our ad review system. That process relies on automated tools, and in some cases human review, to check ads against our Advertising Policies. When we detect a violation of our policies, we will remove the ad. We continuously review ads on our platform based on many signals, including user feedback, to improve the integrity and relevance of advertising on Facebook.

To report an event:
  1. Go to the event’s Page
  2. Click  in the top right
  3. Click Report Event and follow the on-screen instructions
To report a fundraiser:
  1. From the fundraiser, click 
  2. Select Report Fundraiser
To report a question:
  1. Click  in the top right of the question
  2. Select Report to Admin or Report/Mark as Spam

To report a reply to a question, click X, then click Report to report it.

To report a comment on someone else’s Page or profile:
  1. Hover over the comment you want to report.
  2. Click  > Hide Comment.
  3. Click Give Feedback or Report Comment.
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions.
To report a comment on your own Page:
  1. Hover over the comment you want to report.
  2. Click  > Hide Comment.
  3. Click Give Feedback or Report Comment.
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions.

Currently, you can’t report a comment on your own profile, but you can hide or delete it. You can also block someone from seeing your profile if they post offensive comments.