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How to Remove Your “Wall” on Facebook

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I’ve become more of a fan of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] over recent months ([You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]).
They have made a number of improvements that I really like, and the
number of people joining the service seems to just increase more and
more over time. I’m really amazed at home many people you can find on
it. I think they are well on their way to being the de facto White
Pages of the Internet.
With that said, I don’t like the Wall feature of Facebook at all.
For whatever reason, I’m just not real hip on anybody coming to my
profile and just typing away. I’ve turned my wall off for a long time,
and enough people have commented to me “Hey, you don’t have a wall! How
did you do that?” that I thought I would share how to remove your wall.
Now, to be clear, we are not removing the wall per se. Facebook will
not allow you to remove the Wall application. Instead, we are going to
adjust privacy settings to hide the wall entirely. First, go to your
privacy settings.

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Now click on your profile.

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In this screen, scroll down a ways and you will find the “Wall
Posts” section. Simply change your settings to look like this. Uncheck
the “Friends may post to my Wall” box and change the privacy option.

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You could set this so that only you can write on your wall if you
want. There are a couple of different options. I have it set like above
which effectively removes the wall.
[Jan. 8, 2009: I've gotten some questions from people saying
this doesn't work. I think the challenge is catching the result. I'm
adding this section to help illustrate what this does.]

Result


Now that you have made this change you probably want to check to
make sure it worked. This is a little hard on Facebook since it’s not
terribly easy for you to see your profile as someone else. Facebook
does have a feature that allows you to test this out, in your Profile
Privacy settings, where you changed your wall privacy options, you can
type the name of a friend and see your profile as they would see it.
This works great for testing, particularly if you are using Facebook
groups to assign privacy levels differently for various people.

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You may be confused that even after these changes your profile will
still have a tab called “Wall”. That is impossible to remove, per my
earlier comment that we cannot really remove the Wall. It’s integral to
the functioning of Facebook. All we did was remove the ability for
people to write stuff on it.
Before these changes this is how a friend would see your wall.

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Note the option to Write on the wall. After making these changes a friend sees your wall like this.

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The option of writing on your wall is gone now.

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