I've signed in Facebook, what's the limit of friend requests I can do? This limit is renewed on a daily basis?
It is not a fixed daily limit, however to prevent spam and abuse, Facebook may delay some friend request notifications or temporarily block you from sending more friend requests if you already have a number of unanswered friend requests, or if you send friend requests that are marked as spam, or the person says that they don't know you, or people report you, etc. Facebook does not disclose the details since that would give spammers an advantage. And it is likely that the details change over time as Facebook adapts to new spam and scams. It may also vary depending on whether you have verified your account (using a mobile phone, credit card, etc.).
A commonly suggested maximum is 20 friend requests per day, but some people have reported being blocked by Facebook for sending fewer than that and others have successfully sent more.
If you add friends too quickly this warning may pop up:
If you see this you may want to stop sending friend requests for a couple days, or at least until several of your outstanding friend requests are accepted. You may also want to cancel outstanding friend requests that seem unlikely to be accepted. Although it is not clear which strategies actually work.
If you are temporarily blocked from sending friend requests you may see this:
The FAQ says:
There is no daily limit of friends requests. The only limit is having a total of 5000 friends.
protected by Community♦ Jun 13 '13 at 11:24
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