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With the new Facebook layout (timeline, etc.) friend requests are made with one click (the old pop-up box doesn't show up anymore). I tried to send a friend request to someone I hadn't seen in a while with a personal message included but I didn't see an option to do so. Where did the option to send a message with a friend request go? Or is it just gone?

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Facebook has removed that feature (Sending a message during a friend request). Instead, you can message that person just before or after you make the friend request. The Message button is located near the Add Friend button.

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But that won't help. Because facebook sends all the messages from NOT friends to SPAM –  Abhijith Sep 16 '12 at 11:33
    
+1 to Abhijith's comment. Notification of messages going to those you are not currently friends with on Facebook, being put it a "different" inbox, is provided near the bottom of the New Message window. However, whether it was once called "SPAM" or not, it is now called "Other" and is found to the right of "Inbox" once the messages tab is open. –  user66001 Apr 26 at 1:50
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I know how to send a message without a message button it is simple - Put this in your URL bar https://www.facebook.com/messages/[id or name] and you can send a message right away with friend request send or without.

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This doesn't answer the question –  Dez Oct 18 '12 at 20:37
    
It seems to work. –  user221287 Sep 21 '13 at 8:34
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