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I have posted some private photos in facebook. I want to know what are some options as to show this set of photos to specific people only. I know that if someone sends me a friend request, and I accept the request, they can then view my pics. I was wondering if there is another way that they can view it without sending me the friend request – like I provide them a password to view the photo album? so the question is how can I limit the view of a photo album in facebook to specific individual (not public) – but they don’t have to be my friend, to view the pic set….

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Facebook's privacy options
Album Privacy OptionsCustom Privacy Options
They could be friends of friends
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but the person i want it to view, is not my friend's friend, just a random person
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unfortunately that is not how facebook works. For random people then it must be public.  You will need another option i.e. onedrive / google drive where if someone has the link they can view the picture
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