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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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If you are posting on your timeline they will not able to see it. They can't see any of your activity since you have blocked them. If you are posting on your page as you (your name), they can't see it, but if you are posting on page as page (page name), they will able to see it if you have not blocked them through the page, because page's post are public ...


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Unfortunately, no. The only ingredients for a normal Facebook status update are "UpdatedAt", "Message", and "From". A link status update does offer a "Link" ingredient, but that's the URL of the link you're posting, not the link to your status message.


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Actually, you can. Here is your filter: facebook.com##div#pagelet_growth_expanding_cta Facebook programmers suck for putting in this nag screen, it is a recent addition.


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I just logged out of both Twitter & FB on Chrome, opened Internet Explorer/Edge/whatever, logged into Twitter & voila! That finally worked. I was able to link my Twitter account to Facebook.



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