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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 ...


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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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Yes, it can be done by using email addresses, phone numbers, Facebook user IDs or app user IDs. It is call Custom Audience. Custom Audience: Use email addresses, phone numbers, Facebook user IDs or app user IDs to create and save audiences you'd like to show your ads to. Learn more about Custom Audiences. So Ralph can use Mary's friend's email ids, phone ...


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Unfortunately you can only have one account activated for each IFTTT channel - so you will need different accounts. However they supposedly have it in the works. Alternatively, you could you a competitor of theirs, I know Zapier allows this.


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The only way to do this currently is: 1. Navigate to the Page on which you would like to post. 2. Choose to post as your page from the drop down menu at the top right of the 'Status' section (see attached picture). 3. Write and post your status.


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According to the Facebook Help Center, "People Reached" is the number of people who view a particular post (in the last 28 days), while "Your Fans" are the number of people who "Like" you. How is reach defined for each of my Page posts? and Are fans the same thing as people who like my Page? Meaning more men are viewing your posts, while those ...


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A work status defines someone's job or occupation of the day if it doesn't involve a company. It appears that they were widely used by the community under some "Interest" or "Community" pages and were finally merged and sorted by Facebook under a more descent category, "Work status". I didn't find a complete list but stumbled upon some of them. ...


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A Facebook page is a public profile, so anytime you post anything on page it will be visible to page 'fans'. If you want 'fans' did not get notify just unpublish your 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 ...


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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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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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I temporarily logged out of Facebook, in order to experiment and discover the answer. A page's About tab is divided up into sub-tabs, which may include "Overview", "Page Info", and/or "Milestones". For example, the Facebook page for Fog Creek Software includes both "Overview" and "Page Info". I thought that the "Page Info" sub-tab was visible only to me, ...


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There isn't a way to get this via Facebook natively. Even playing with the AJAX calls which pull up the iCal event will result in an error if switching via personal profile to page.


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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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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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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 easily Stop Others From Posting on Facebook Wall on Web by following below mentioned points: Launch www.facebook.com on your web browser. Log in with your id & password. Click on the inverted cone located on the right of upper menu → Click Settings. Click on Timeline and Tagging from the left navigation. Click on Edit next to “Who can post on ...


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No, there is no way to retrieve a deleted comment. Additionally, the rest of what you said is true, you will not be able to tag this person in the reply.


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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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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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