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The date/time of the post is actually a link of the post.


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I remember having a similar problem a few years ago with google and an ugly black bar at the top that took up space. I vaguely remember solving this with Adblock Plus, an add-on that you can use to block ads or other page elements that get on your nerves. You might want to install the following related add-on to help in the process: ...


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It doesn't appear that you can. The "Limit Past Posts" tool in the Privacy Settings and Tools section allows you to bulk change any posts that were shared with "Public" or "Friends of Friends" to be shared with just "Friends". There is no option to change it to any other setting. (See Facebook Help) There is no other tool built into Facebook to do this sort ...


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http://truefbfriends.com will give you your most liked facebook pics. It is photos specific and not posts specific


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You cannot. You can only change the username for your personal profile once. If you have a really, really, good reason you might try to ask a question on their support forum, but I wouldn't get my hopes up.


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After giving it a go myself, I'm doing an 'answer my own question' for the benefit of anyone else wondering the same. 1. Other people finding you Still working this out. Will update the answer as I go. 2. You finding other people Add phone number method: The primary mechanism to add a new contact is to enter the phone number associated with a full ...


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Facebook will recognise the number and tell you to either: "Log in with Facebook" (thus connecting your full account) or "Continue signing up" (which will keep your new Messenger identity separate, and you will go on to enter a first name, last name, and optionally a photo). If you do this separate phone number sign up, and you search for your own name ...


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If you right click a public Facebook profile image taken with a phone camera, save as, there is no GPS or other location info, just size and other basic info. Facebook will be holding the info they strip when uploaded, but do not release (unless you make them an offer I suppose).


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The setting you're looking for is actually on the Privacy tab in your settings. Change it from "Everyone" to "Friends", and only people who you are in your Friends list will be able to find you by your phone number.


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From the Facebook Help-Center regarding your Facebook Web Address, this is the section that is relevant to your issue: What are the guidelines around creating a custom username for my Page or profile? Here are a few things to keep in mind when you create a custom username: You can't claim a username someone else is already using. Choose a ...


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Summary: You can delete the Facebook-Search-History As the former answer states, this is actually a feature: weighted search. The functions you are looking for are a little bit hidden. When focusing the search-bar, without anything in it, right underneath it the title "Recent Searches" appears and on the right side there is a little link labeled "edit". ...


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Yes, but not directly from Facebook and without the RSVP-on-Facebook Function. There are three possible workarounds: On the event-detail-page, on the right side under the cover, press the menu-button (···) next to the invite-button. Choose "Export Event" and you will download an ics-file (this is an iCalender-file). Then you could write your ...


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Probably he has blocked you. So you are not able to find him, but from another account or any other account which is not blocked by him, you will be able to find him. When a user block someone, blocked user can not find that user and can not see any activity from that user on Facebook.


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No, currently there is no option to invite non-Facebookers. But you can invite non friends on Facebook by typing their name in 'invite' section. (Change the privacy from 'invite only' to 'open invite', after inviting you can again change the privacy. The people you've invited will still see the invite.)


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There are no workarounds. a. Using a bot will be violation of the TOS b. Browser extensions will reach rate limits Whatever tools Facebook provides to you as a group admin are what you get. Consider increasing your admin team number.


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The only correct way to retrieve any data from Facebook with respect to law activity is via https://www.facebook.com/safety/groups/law/guidelines/ Cached Google files should only work for Facebook pages that are logged out. So only pages like cache:facebook.com https://web.archive.org/web/*/facebook.com Specifically after that, only public Facebook fan ...


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There are a number of tools in the Security settings tab which should be helpful: Login Alerts lets you get notifications via email and/or text message when there is a login to your account from a new device. Login Approvals, if turned on, sends an access code via SMS that you need to enter when logging in from a new device. Where You're Logged In shows ...


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No there is no direct way to do so. Alternatively you can turn off chat on messenger then you will not see 'Active Now' status of your contacts. Note: When you turn chat off, you'll still get your messages, but people won't see a green small circle (online symbol) next to your name, and you won't appear in the Active tab.


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This is basically weighted searching. If you've been searching for xyc constantly then it makes sense to have that as the first item. The only way to override this will be to search for xy then continually choose consistently an option other than xyc. Depending on how long you have been searching for xyc will determine how far down xyc gets pushed in the ...


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You will need to be invited to Facebook Mentions app https://www.facebook.com/about/mentions/ which includes an API capable of doing this.


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This is possible with Facebook Search https://www.facebook.com/search/str/frenchtoast/stories-keyword/ Posts about "FrenchToast" More info available at http://search.fb.com/


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You can use Facebook Graph Search for this "Posts commented on by my friends" https://www.facebook.com/search/me/friends/stories-commented/ "Posts liked by my friends" https://www.facebook.com/search/me/friends/stories-liked/


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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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You will need to find the permalink to it by hovering over the timestamp, from there you should be able to see an option to delete it.


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No, there is no way to remove past location history. However Facebook has updated its mobile applications such that less accurate location history is shown and it's only shown when you enable it. See http://newsroom.fb.com/news/2015/06/a-new-way-to-send-a-location-in-messenger/ for more info


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No, there are no tricks to this. These users are of the following type Business pages with $$$ Facebook employees Famous people Past Facebook employees Your username cannot be shorter than 5 characters unless you are part of this group.


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From your side, no, this will not be possible. However you can ask your friends what the message said since deleting a message (messages from inbox) deletes it from only one side. If this message is a post then no it will not be possible to retrieve it.


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You cannot. Not to mention that clipboard is dependent on OS and device, this just isn't a feature of Facebook. You will only be able to pull the text no additional data.


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As explained in the comments, multiple photo posting at the time was only available to the user's own timeline not friends (which can only post one at a time) Another way to achieve this will be to post to your own timeline and tag the friend in the message body based on the friend tag review settings it will appear on his/her timeline as well.


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As long as you have the message link you should be able to access the history up to the point you left the group. There is no way to re-join without someone adding you back via native/API or otherwise.


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There isn't a way to do this natively. The closest will be "Posts in <Group> by me commented on by people in <Group>" switch <Group> for group name https://www.facebook.com/search/<group-id>/members/stories-commented/<group-id>/stories-in/me/stories-by/intersect For groups another way will be to just search for your name ...


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This is no longer possible except for certain areas in the Pages API because of spam abuse. See "Mentioning Friends or Pages" https://developers.facebook.com/docs/sharing/opengraph/using-actions#mentions for more info


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This is called Like-gating and is explicitly not allowed in any way, no workarounds. See Platform Policy for more info https://developers.facebook.com/policy


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You can do this in Facebook Graph Search "Posts in Daily Spitpaint by Tomislav Jagnjić" https://www.facebook.com/search/1402563099961950/stories-in/1265362181/stories-by/intersect


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Normally one would have access to the email account from setting up the account in the first place... barring that, if you do not currently have a photo ID, it should not be impossible for you to get one. They do not indicate that it must be an ID that you had prior to account creation ;).


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There is no direct way to find common attendees. But you can use some tools and export the guest list of Facebook events. Then compare both list to get common attendees. There are some tools to export the guest list: evu.li (Exports to CSV) Attendium


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To do this you must have any recovery email which was filled by you at the time of registration on Facebook. You can't recover your password without any recovery medium(phone number/ recovery email). This is must needed for verifying the valid user.


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Open your Facebook account from a computer and change the password. Or connect your mobile with WiFi, login the Facebook and change the password. Or use a different sim, connect internet (use mobile data in case you don't have WiFi), login Facebook to change the password. Another method is use someone else phone, login your Facebook account and change the ...


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I am guessing here posting YouTube video means you are sharing a video from YouTube to Facebook. If my guess is correct, here is the steps to share a video from YouTube to Facebook: Open a video on YouTube. Click on Share icon. Select Facebook. If you are already login it redirect to your wall and show a dropdown Share on your own Timeline. Change Share on ...


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You can set the friend onto your 'restricted' list (via your friends list) and this will only allow them to see public posts.


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Do not ever try to delete the duplicates, its a bug and its just the thumbnail of the picture that's getting cloned, not the picture file. If you try deleting thinking its a duplicate you might endup deleting the actual files from the folder. Just Pick Hide, not Delete. It hides one of them. Now it have been solved by Facebook. Source


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I would also suggest you TopFan app (rating of the most active followers of Facebook pages) ->> http://applodis.com/apps/topfan Application for determination of the most active page and group subscribers on Facebook. Rating is based on likes, comments and shares that fans do on community pages per month, year or a chosen period. Top fan benefits: - ...


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Actually everyone in the group is notified when a member leaves. It days. "So and so left the group".


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No, As of now its not possible. There is no way to sort Events Popular In Your Network by date.


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Note that you can also logout remotely from Facebook from another session on a different computer or browser. Go to Settings then Security then Where You're Logged In. Identify the segment that corresponds to the session you would like to end and select End Activity


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The reason it doesn't work is that clicking the link either takes you to a URL with data that is sent through GET method (i.e the corresponding session id and other details are in the URL) or AJAX method which sends data using JavaScript -- That's to ensure that a person can't simply lead another into going on that URL so they get logged-out. Clear The ...



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