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From the Facebook Help Centre: How do I add an address to my Page? To add an address to your Page, your Page's category must be Companies & Organizations or Local Businesses. Keep in mind that you can only add one address. To add an address: Click About below your Page's cover photo Click Page Info in the left column Click to edit ...


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Yes. Mary can invite her friend even if she is not an admin of that page or has not like or follow the page. If she (or anyone) visit your page (or any other page), she will see Invite friends to like this Page option on page on the left hand side. By clicking on that she can invite her friends to like your page. And as an admin she can do more things ...


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You can change your Church's Facebook Page but it requires that you have Administrator Privileges to that Page. Click About below your Page's cover photo Click Page Info in the left column Click to edit the Address section Add your address and click Save Changes


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What is See First: When you select a person or Page to see first, their posts appear at the top of your News Feed. Limit: You can select up to 30 people or Pages to see first. For more see the Help Centre. Edit after OPs' comment How to clear items from the list? From Help Center: To view your News Feed preferences: Click 'v' in the top-right ...


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I don't think Facebook provide any such feature except that download a copy of data. But you can hide your page from public by unpublishing it. Unpublished Pages are only visible to the people who manage the Page. From the Help Centre: Unpublishing your Page will hide it from the public, including the people who like your Page. To unpublish your ...


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It sounds like you should try using the Business Manager straight from Facebook. Simply have an administrator setup your business from business.facebook.com. Once you have the base setup you can add additional administrators or employees using just their email address - in this case you can use their business email. This will allow them to login without ...


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No. It is not possible. There is no such feature available. There is difference between Facebook pages and groups.


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While I think you won't really be happy until you do some limited programming . . . you can manually append the access token generated by the graph explorer. Make sure you check the box to allow access to user_friends to give the token permission to get your friends list. Your URL will then be https://graph.facebook.com/me/friends?access_token=...


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If you disabled your Facebook account, you are still in control of logging back into it and resume all functions. Once you disable and log back in, it becomes undisabled. Now, if Facebook, themselves, disabled your account, you have no abilities to control your account and/or pages. Your account and pages are under their control, until Facebook grants you ...


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No, Facebook does not allow to sell Facebook pages. It is a violation of Facebook terms. See the section 4, point 9: Registration and Account Security You will not transfer your account (including any Page or application you administer) to anyone without first getting our written permission.


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This might be a reason of restrictions on your page you have set in settings. If your page has restrictions, then the user will need to be logged in to view your page. Adjust page settings: Login to Facebook Go to your page Click Edit Page Click Manage Permissions on the left hand side. Country Restrictions: If you have a restriction, your page will not ...


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You can not create a secret page on Facebook. This functionality is not available as of now. But you can unpublish you page. Published Page is visible to the public. Unpublished Page is only visible to the people who manage the Page. Unpublishing your Page will hide it from the public, including the people who like your Page. To unpublish your Page: ...


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No, there is no way to send message at once. You have to do it individualy.


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Inviting friends to like a page doesn't require admin access. Any of your fans could invite their friends to like your page, and they don't have to be your friend. Admins access is only required if Mary is going to: Manage Page roles and settings, Edit the Page and add apps, Create and delete posts as the Page, Send messages as the Page, Respond to ...


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I just figured out the answer to my issue. The solution is to not try to find the page that was liked, but to visit your profile likes sub-page and unlike the "dangling reference" from there via the dropdown element ("unlike").


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If you delete a comment, it deletes all replies to that comment.


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If all your likers are not showing up on Settings -> People and Other Pages an alternate way to handle the flood of content that you don't want might be to use their posts to remove them. Each reply you get has an 'X' on the RHS. If you click on that it will Hide the comment. Then it will display several options where the reply used to be displayed:- ...


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It turns out that it is relatively easy, as long as you remember one thing that Facebook does not mention: Use Facebook as your personal you! Summarizing all steps: Use the full desktop interface, no app Create the event, published or not Make sure to use Facebook as your personal you: click the down triangle at the top right and click your human name, ...


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No, as of now it is not possible. But what you think you can give your feedback to Facebook.


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Change the notification settings for a Page you help manage. From the Facebook Help Center: When you change your notification settings for a Page you help manage, the notification settings of others who help manage the Page won't be affected. Others who work on the Page will still get notifications about the Page based on the settings they've chosen. ...


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No, it will not be notified to the admin. And there is no official way to check who hides the comment. When he/she hides a comment, it is just hidden from his/her view, others can still see it. Comment will be visible to the person who wrote it and their friends.


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This boils down to the visibility of actions taken on Facebook. Likes and Comments on public posts are visible publicly. All of them will show up on your Page’s post. Shares have their own visibility setting, specified by the person who shared the post. If you are unable to view the shared post, then that action will not be visible to you on your own post. ...


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I've done a bunch of experimentation. I used Chrome, but I was able to replicate what you were seeing. fb.me is Facebook's URL shortening service. Among other things, any profile or page with the address www.facebook.com/{address} can be entered as fb.me/{address} and should, in theory, redirect to the former. What I think is happening is that Facebook ...


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You want to choose #3 - Album post aka upload a photo from url. This will still "post" the photo to facebook but also add it to the album you choose. Unfortunately, on Facebook all photos are actually part of an album. By default photo posts created on Facebook are part of the Timeline Photos album. Source. On IFTTT if you leave the Album field blank ...


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If page A.1 has merged with A.2, (I suppose here page A.2 has kept at merging time), now when you will try to visit page A.1, it will show page is unavailable. And you liked page A.2 by default, because page A.1 has merged with it and you had liked page A.1. To unlike just go to page A.2 and unlike the page.


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This sounds like a security settings issue. It could be that your post security is set to friends only, or that the page owner has their page security set that way.


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Login to your Facebook account and open your friend's Facebook page (if you have already liked that page it will appear in your profile at right hand side in page column or you can search that page by typing page name in search bar). Once you open the page you will see "invite friends to like this page" in right hand side. Just click on that and select each ...


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Once you created the page on the same time that page qualify to have a web address. Like count doesn't matter. See the Facebook Help Team's answer on the same question on help community. I guess sometime Facebook randomly do this for security purpose. Just give a try, add a phone number in your account (in case you have not added) and verify that number. ...


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The action is never carried out because the RSS feed isn't recognized as creating a new entry by IFTTT. You have't included the feed URL so this can't be fully checked. This is almost certainly a problem with the feed. Here are some steps to try: validate the feed's link use a feed santizier's RSS instead and check this triggers use the Maker channel or ...


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It probably is safe, but Facebook most likely has checks to prevent abuse like this. By circumventing Facebook restrictions technically you are breaking TOS and risk losing your page entirely. Be sure to review https://www.facebook.com/terms https://www.facebook.com/page_guidelines.php



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