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You can't deactivate Timeline once you've activated it. As for Facebook’s help pages, there’s no reference given to turning off Timeline. In fact, the only conversion reference is if you accidentally switch your Timeline to a business page, something which requires contacting Facebook support to rectify. […] Facebook has confirmed to us that ...


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Go to your Timeline. Click on the Life Event tab where the status update box is. Life Event will give you the following options: Work & Education Family & Relationships Home & Living Health & Wellness Travel & Experiences Click on Travel & Experiences --> Travel. You are ready to chronicle your trips.


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Hover mouse over friending activity to see the small 'x'. Click on it to view the options seen in the image. Now to hide a single activity choose the first option - Hide this recent activity story from Timeline - or to hide all friending activity hit the second option - Hide Similar Activity from Timeline. If you simply want to hide the activity from your ...


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Show on Timeline forces the Activity to be shown on the timeline Allow on Timeline just enables posting of that activity to timeline, it still may or may not end up on your timeline...the power to whether show or not resides with Facebook's feed algorithms you can always watch over https://facebook.com/{your username}/allactivity to toggle show/allow and ...


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You don’t. It will become mandatory. Over the next few months, anyone still refusing to voluntarily switch to the Timeline profile redesign will be automatically migrated, Facebook tells me. Users could choose to adopt the redesign starting in January, but there have been some hold-outs who didn’t want their whole life becoming easier to access, or just ...


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Go to your activity log, filter by Your Posts and select delete Or go to see friendship, http://www.facebook.com/YOUR_USERNAME_OR_ID?and=FRIEND_USERNAME_OR_ID And see if the message is there, click the timestamp you should arrive at http://www.facebook.com/FRIEND_USERNAME_OR_ID/posts/POST_ID and delete the post If the above fails use this form ...


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You should be able to search your timeline with Qsearch Enter your query after authorizing the application and you should see something like the following There is also the option to search other timelines It searches the metadata as well so you can search for YouTube videos like


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Yes. See: Facebook Graph API reference at "Publishing": You can publish to the Facebook graph by issuing HTTP POST requests to the appropriate connection URLs, using an access token. For more detailed information, see also Graph API reference for a single "post". Also good reading is the Open Graph tutorial and Best Practices guide. Disclaimer: I ...


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Those are retweets. Keep in mind: If you see a new face in your timeline, it's because someone you follow retweeted something they thought you should see. In the message, you’ll see the picture and username of the original user, who was retweeted by someone you follow. Turn off Retweets for that person if you don’t like what they share. Turning Retweets ...


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Because the tweet in your example is not a reply (note that it doesn't show the tweet they're replying to). A tweet is considered a reply when you click the "reply" function in the website or a Twitter client. This sets the in_reply_to_status_id parameter of the tweet, which is how Twitter knows it's a reply to a specific tweet. If you simply begin typing, ...


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Facebook allows posting animated gifs but stops them from actually being animated programmatically. There are a few apps out there that claim to let you animate your profile, but anyone visiting would need to have that app installed as well to see it. you can't upload swfs to Facebook, and videos won't autoplay. I do have to admit, you gave a lot of ...


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Without explicitly changing privacy settings for the jobs you don't want to appear, it seems Facebook will choose the most recent job. Example. Job 1: 2009 to present Job 2: 2010 to present Facebook will always choose Job 2 In the case where a user does not fill out the start date Job 3: (No date shown) Facebook will still choose Job 2 If one ...


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after logging into said account go to https://www.facebook.com/help/contact/360358877344441?rdrhc some of the options you will need to select are below the form is pretty self explanatory. SELECT I have an inquiry related to usernames (ex: "acmeproducts" as used by the Page address "http://www.facebook.com/acmeproducts") SELECT This username doesn't ...


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Refer mentioned information at Facebook Share: The og:image is the URL to the image that appears in the Feed story. The thumbnail's width AND height must be at least 50 pixels, and cannot exceed 130x110 pixels. The ratio of both height divided by width and width divided by height (w/h, h/w) cannot exceed 3.0. For example, an image of 126x39 pixels will ...


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Although there is no control to hide this, it will only show a mutual friend to someone if one of the two people's friend lists are already visible. So if you hide your friend list, someone visiting your timeline will only see mutual friends that have their friend list visible to that person. So although Facebook makes it easier, the visitor can already ...


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Just get people to go to their messages and see if the offending comments showing in their timeline show up there. I can guarantee they won't. Because they now have timeline they can't go back and check their old wall posts so they assume the things they posted must have been private messages but they weren't. People used to post back and forth between ...


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You should make your Facebook albums public, so that everyone could view them. If the albums are public, then they will be visible in searches and all you would have to do to share the photos would be to share the link. Select the album you want to change the setting of or Change the privacy settings by clicking on the globe icon (sometimes the globe ...


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Once you are blocked on Facebook you are blocked from seeing that person's profile and anything about that person while you are logged into the account that is blocked. However, if you create a second account or have a second account to log into then you can see that person's profile with the second account that is not blocked. As far as the full profile ...


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You can add all of your social sites activity in single timeline using websites like Google Buzz or Friendfeed and respond to some of them (for example you can reply tweets in friendfeed)


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As I said in the comments I have read in some places that the username is held for a bit (a few weeks) before it's released. Now it's not to say it's not possible; Zuck had his personal profile merged with his page and got a permanent redirect on one, but it's whether Facebook is inclined to help every soul out there. So it is possible some lag time ...


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Facebook does not allow you to disallow comments on your Timeline. This article has a quote from a Facebook employee stating: We think these policy changes support consistency for the Facebook Pages product and encourage an authentic dialogue between people and businesses on Facebook. Moderation is the only way to accomplish what you seek. An All ...


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Go to your Timeline Click on Activity Log Click All at the top of the page Click on Posts with Location Hide from Timeline all that shows in the list To hide the map from favorites: Go to your Timeline Click on the arrow at the end of the favorites row Hover over the Maps box Click on the edit icon that appears in the upper-right corner of the box ...


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I have an answer to your question. If you're looking for a particular string of characters, just search it like you would search in the top search box (as if you were going to search for a friend or page on Facebook). Then when you get your results scroll down through the friend and page results, and Facebook will have searched through your timeline for ...


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Go to "Actions" at the top of the page next to the person's name and the "New message" button. Go down to "Delete Messages," then on the bottom, under your last message posted, there will be a message saying, "Select messages to delete." Then little empty boxes appear next to each message in the conversation. You check them then click the delete button ...


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To get to this page in the mobile version of the site do the following: Login Open left sidebar Scrawl down and click "All Pages" under "Pages" Click the page you want to administer Open the "Info" tab Scroll all the way to the bottom Click "Edit Settings" Then you can change the following settings on the image to select what you want to do. This will ...


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No. Your privacy settings apply even to customized URLs for your Facebook profile. There is always going to be some public information provided when people visit your profile page (Profile pic, basic info unless hidden). If you'd like to see what the public sees when visiting your profile, go to the Settings gear box on your Timeline and select "View as..." ...


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Friends of A may see A's activity in their news feeds in case 1. Subscribers of B who also posted on A's post on B's wall may also see B's activity in their news feeds in case 2. Subscribers of B may see B's activity in their news feeds in case 3. Note that I use the word "may" because Facebook chooses what is relevant to show in News Feeds per user, ...


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There isn't really anyway to know for sure why friend A sees the section and friend B does not. You may need to compare actual activity per post. For example my music section will always appear regardless of what future privacy setting I have placed because all previous stories were set to public. The same goes for the likes section You can try setting ...


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afaik, what you've asked is not directly possible but this is possible : go to https://www.facebook.com/{your username}/friends click edit icon , click edit privacy change Friend List to only me pro - you can hide being displayed as mutual friend so people won't know if the person is your friend or not con - people from your friend might still end up ...


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According to the Facebook Community Questions thread on this, the only statuses Facebook shows by default in the newsfeed are in a relationship it’s complicated widowed open relationship However, someone posted a useful workaround wherein you can add the end of your relationship as a "life event" (added emphasis mine). Go to your ...



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