Have you ever wondered who is actively following you on Facebook? Who likes your photos, comments and status updates the most?

If you are trying to find who is most interested in viewing your activity on Facebook or who regularly stalks you, there is no method for that. Do not buy into the tales of apps that claim to do it. It is a lie.


The method mentioned below gives you an approximate idea of your connection with an individual on Facebook, which is purely subjective in nature. Facebook aggregates your relationships with individuals based on your level of engagement with a person as well as theirs. It includes both the quantity of engagement and the chronology.

Method 1: Browsing Your Friends List

Facebook determines the connection between friends based on bilateral engagement via messages, comments, post sharing, likes and updates. It showcases your friends in the order of engagement in a friend list. It portrays recent engagements with priority.

Step 1. Open your Facebook profile page

Open homepage

Open your Facebook home page.


Go to profile page

Go to your profile page by clicking on your Facebook profile name displayed to the left of the Home option on the top of the page.

Step 2. Open your Friends list

Open friend list

In your profile page, click on the "Friends" option displayed just below the cover image.

Friends list

In the Friends display, under the section “All Friends”, the people with whom you share the maximum amount of connection will appear at the top of the list.


Method 2: Using the Source Code

This method can appear to be a bit tricky on the surface, as it contains jargon like "Source Code".But it is quite easy once you understand it. What you will find in the results are those friendswho you usually find on top of your

Facebook chat list. These are the people with whom you interact the most.

Step 1. Go to your Facebook profile page

Facebook homepage

Click on profile


Open your Facebook home page. Go to your profile by clicking on your name displayed to the left of the Home option.

Step 2. View page source code

View page source

Right-click on an empty portion of your Facebook profile page, and select "View Page Source" from the drop-down menu. Alternatively, you can use the “Ctrl+U” keyboard shortcut in Windows or “Cmd+U” keyboard shortcut in a Mac.

Page source code

The page source code will open in a new window.

Step 3. Search for the profile ID of most connected friends

Press ctrl + f


To open a search bar, use the “Ctrl+F” keyboard shortcut in Windows or “Cmd+F” keyboard shortcut in a Mac.

Type initial chat friend list

Type "InitialChatFriendsList" in the search bar and press "Enter." Wherever you find that term, a list of numbers will follow it. These are the profile ID numbers of friends with whom you chat the most.

Step 4. Copy the profile ID from the list

Search profile id

Copy profile id

A suffix in the form of "-3", "-2"or "-0" will follow the profile ID numbers. Copy the first profile ID, excluding the suffix.

Step 5. Paste the profile ID into a Facebook URL

Paste id

Most connected profile

Everyone’s Facebook profile page has an associated ID. You can open the person’s page by pasting the ID number copied out of the source code at the end of Facebook’s standard URL.It will follow this format:


Hit “Enter” and the profile of your friend associated with that ID will open.

Select next profile id

Copy next code


Second most connected pasted

Second most connected profile

Continue searching for ID numbers in the source code. Keep copying and pasting IDs individually into the URL to view their profile pages. This will give you an idea with whom you share the maximum amount of connection in Facebook.

It will approximately coincide with the list found through the previous method.

Method 3: Find Your Facebook Connectivity with a Particular Individual

You can assess the accuracy of the previous process by using this method. Instead of searching for a person with whom you are most connected, you can search the level of connection with anyone in your Friends list. It is like reverse of the previous method.

Step 1. Open your friend’s profile page

Open friend's profile pag

To search the previous connectivity with a friend, open their Facebook profile page first.

Step 2. Open a picture uploaded by the friend

Click on photo

Now, click on and open any picture uploaded by that individual.

Step 3. Copy their profile ID from the address bar

Photo open Locate profile id Copy profile id

Once the picture opens, look in the address bar. The URL will be long, and within it, you can find your friend’s profile ID number. It is the numbers that appear between a period symbol (.) and the script at the end of the URL (&type=3&theatre).

Since there are a lot of numbers, it can look a tad bit complicated at first glance. Remember the location of profile ID within the URL


Select and copy your friend’s profile ID.

Step 4. Return to the source code of your profile page

Once you have copied the profile ID, go to the source code window on your Facebook profile page. If the source code is not already open, go to your profile page, right-click on an empty portion and select "View Page Source" from the drop-down menu.

Press “Ctrl+F” to open the search bar in the profile page source code window.

Step 5. Look for the profile ID

Look for profile id

Paste your friend’s profile ID in the search bar.

Search profile id

Look for your friend’s profile ID in the list named "InitialChatFriendsList" and, according to the location of the profile ID, it will show you the connectivity.

You have a better line of communication with the individual if his or her profile IDis closer to the beginning of the list.