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It's because that's how Facebook have designed Facebook Groups. See: https://www.facebook.com/help/147058305366686 It should only happen in Groups; people can't force you to "like" a page. (If you have liked a page that you didn't actually click "like" on, then it's either caused by a misplaced click when using the mobile app/website, or else it's caused ...


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A possible scenario is that the username was taken at one point and then the page was deleted / username changed of the page. This makes the username unavailable for an unspecified period of time.


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You essentially answered the question yourself, this is a privacy concern and Facebook will not share this data. Facebook even has given an official support answer on this question here. I will also copy their response in below: Thanks for your question. Posts about a Page respect the privacy settings of the people who create them. Page admins won't ...


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In addition to HootSuite's free plan, you can also try Buffer.


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Facebook Pages natively supports post scheduling on a Page. Hootsuite is free for up to 3 social profiles.


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As can be seen in the question, when presented with the option to create a "web address" at the time of page creation, I obviously had to hit the Skip button to continue. However, a short while after creating the page I was able to specify a web address for it. The page had received no more than a couple of likes, so I have no idea what the trigger was!?


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There is no way to move albums to a page but you can upload the photos again though onto the Facebook page. You just can't move them from a profile to a page.


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You can't invite someone from one page to another. You can only invite your friends to a page so you can invite someone from your friends list but not from another page like list.


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No, there is no way to restore a deleted photo from a Facebook page. Once it's deleted, it's gone. https://www.facebook.com/help/208547132518386


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You need to be sure that what you are saying is true. (Can one of your friends confirm it?) Visibility is open to all.


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You would need to do the following: Authorize a group user with user_managed_groups (keep in mind that he must be a group admin) and publish_actions. Create a cron job to read the Page feed or (better) use the Realtime API to get the latest Page posts and post them to the group with the group feed endpoint. Btw, you need a User Token for this. Extended ...


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You can find the source of the likes by going to Insights->Likes and scrolling to the bottom of the page, with Where Your Page Likes Happened. Chances are that most of the abnormal likes are from Page Suggestions, shown in blue as on the screenshot below. This means that Facebook algorithm, in its infinite wisdom, decided to suggest your page to some ...


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Only the Page Admin have the rights to change the page owner. There are no specific information on how to change the ownership in that page however you can transfer the page ownership from one account to another. What are the different Page roles and what can they do? To check your role on the page Click Settings at the top of your Page > Page Roles in ...


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These steps are in the guide: To choose whether other people can post on your Page's Timeline: Click Settings at the top of your Page. Click Posting Ability. Click to choose Disable posts by other people on my Page Timeline. Click Save Changes. You can also choose "Allow other people to post to my Page Timeline", if you do so you can choose whether ...


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Facebook never did offer @facebook.com email addresses to pages, only people, and that service was retired some months ago. (Email sent to yourname@facebook.com will get forwarded to your email address on file, at least for now.) There used to be a feature to post to your Facebook Page via email, but that service, too, has been retired.


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One of the editors on the page deactivated his account after he had posted some content. This way Facebook did not show "Posted by deactivated users"


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An alternative, if you're only managing one Facebook page with your Facebook account, is to use IFTTT's Facebook page channel. By using the "New status message on page" trigger, you can create a recipe that can alert you in just about any way you can think of. (Connect it to the Email channel, for instance, to get an email message. Or to the SMS channel, to ...


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Make sure you've got email notifications set up in your page settings. Go to you page, select Settings in the menu at the top, then Notifications on the menu to the left. Make sure your Email setting is set to "on".


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The other solution is to go there with your mobile, and file new location using GPS. And optionally put few photos to speed up location application consideration.


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From my experience running a page, if you have more than one page admin, you the page creator can be removed by the new admin, vice versa. This was some time ago and things may be different. But their help page gives the impression it's still the same.


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Follow this path. Options > Report a Problem. Use as many details as you need.


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This will soon be possible from the native Facebook search, if only for english at the moment. See the official announcement for more info. Also, see how it works here.


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It turns out you need to get a minimum of 25 likes first. Another reason for this message can be that certain words (like 'facebook') are restricted, or that the username was reserved by an earlier page that's no longer up. For more, see also https://www.facebook.com/help/211337555567785


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Create one personal profile for yourself, using your real name. Or log in to your own personal Facebook account. Then you can create a Facebook page for this business. Source: How are Pages different from personal profiles?


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If you don't want payment information held, then just deactivate your ads account.


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It seems that your updates are being posted as if you were a regular user. Open your page and click on this option to use Facebook as your page: I've set my account to always do that automatically even if I don't change this, but I can't find this setting in the new preferences window.


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No, that's exactly what Facebook Pages are for.


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What you can do is, create a new profile or account for your business, then using the current profile make the newly created account admin of the page and then remove yourself as admin.


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Yes, Facebook does this to promote their marketing service. If post reach is low, there is a high chance of getting more page promoting advertisements, so facebook does this.


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Fortunately you can now simply click the three dots on the page in question and choose "Switch Region...".



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