You can use the Activity Log feature of Facebook to search your comments.
Log in to https://facebook.com/.
Open your profile and from the top of the page (on top of your cover photo), click View Activity Log.
From the Filters menu, click Comments.
All your comments will begin loading. Use the Activity Search box to filter to comments between you and the ...
There is no option to untag yourself from a comment. So many people have raised this issue but Facebook still has not included this feature.
See Arie L 's answer (from Facebook Help Team) on the same question.
You cannot stop this from happening, because the photo belongs to your friend and not to you, and therefore only he/she is the one that determines who sees posts and comments by other people (such as you) on his/her timeline.
The setting that your friend can use to control this visibility is:
Account Settings | Timeline and Tagging | Who can see things on ...
You can achieve this effect by inserting a soft hyphen and then adding a newline.
To insert a soft hyphen:
Hold the (left) ALT key and type 0173 from the Numeric keypad (first make sure you've unlocked it, press Num Lock if not), release the ALT key. Alternatively, find it in the Character Map (if on windows, press the Windows Key + R, type charmap) and ...
There is now a way to untag yourself:
1) Go to your Activity Log
2) Find this line:
3) Press the "pen" icon with a "Edit" tooltip
4) Click "Report/Remove tag".
5) This dialog appears:
6) If a friend tagged you thiking it was a good idea, select "It's annoying or not interesting". If an app tagged you automatically, select "It 's spam".
7) Another dialog ...
If you are using Facebook app for Android, open app, there is three horizontal lines beside to notification symbol. Click on that. It has the list of all page where you are admin with your own profile. Click the page on which you want comment. Now you are on page. There is three vertical dots beside Edit Page, click on that dots. Scroll down to get **Edit ...
No, it will not be notified to the admin. And there is no official way to check who hides the comment. When he/she hides a comment, it is just hidden from his/her view, others can still see it. Comment will be visible to the person who wrote it and their friends.
"Posts commented on by Mark Zuckerberg"
"Posts commented on by Sheryl Sandberg"
"Activity Log for Self"
Only Facebook pages (like business/fan pages, as opposed to personal timelines) can be moderated.
If you're having a wide audience and make public posts that you want to moderate, I suggest you create such a page rather than use your personal timeline.
You will click "settings" tab at the top right of the screen of the page. Ensure you have "general" tab selected on the left hand side. You will then look for "Visitor Posts" section. It should be the second from the top. You will click edit on the right. Then choose required option.
Friends in Restricted list can see all your public activity. Such as, your post set to Public, you comments/likes in Public post either post by your friends, Pages and Open Group.
So, don't hit Like or Comment on any Public post and do not tag any restricted friend in any post.
From Facebook Help Center:
Putting someone on the Restricted list means that ...
The turn off comments is only available in groups:
There is no way to turn off commenting for posts on your Business Page. This feature is only available for Groups. You can turn off the ability for other people posting to your Page
The current Facebook profile and cover picture would always be public:
You can hide all your ...
Post owner can delete any comment, or if you are replying to anyone, that person can delete your comment. You will not get any notification. Deleting comment will not notify to the commenter.
Similar a group admin or page admin can delete any comment and comment poster will not get any notification.
Case-1: If you haven't reloaded the page already & Facebook still shows the original comment along with the error, like the following:
in that case you can still copy the comment, reload the page and then paste the comment in that post again.
Case-2: If the above is not possible (i.e. Facebook is not showing the comment at all or the page is already ...
Possible your friend has deleted the post.
If not, you can search your friend's all posts. Go to his Timeline and scroll down little bit, you will see three tabs on left upper corner: FriendName, Timeline, Recent.
Click Recent and select year, the page will auto scroll back and a fourth tab will appear: All Post.
Click All Post and select month, after the ...
This is possible only on public activity. If that someone is commenting on any public posts or any of your friend's posts, you will be able to see those comments (make sure you are not blocked by that someone).
If that someone has enable followers, you can get public updates of that person by following him/her.
This was something added to Facebook pages a little while back and it is the choice of the page admin (not the individual replier) about where the feature is turned on or not.
If you own/manage a Facebook Page then you used to be able to change this setting by going to Page Settings, but they have now removed it.
Seems that they will soon be enabling it, ...