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Having same problem, but for me it's with EVERY link I post. Suddenly, one day they just stopped previewing. I can't find any solution to the problem online. I can see it's still working for other people, so not sure what the hell could be happening.


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Konscript aims at solving this exact problem.


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Yes, its still there, its now in the "About" section of the profile page under the "Details About You" sub-heading. To edit it, if you hover over the quotes section, an edit link should appear at the top right, simply click it to edit the section.


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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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Unfortunately not. Facebook does not allow the end user who uses Facebook connect to see all of your information across the web that uses the Facebook login. Here's the Facebook page to see how Facebook connect works. Facebook does allow you to see in your account settings which apps/pages you have authorized to connect to your Facebook account, as well as ...


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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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That is correct, you are not allowed to reward users for sharing. Users must share something because they really want to, not because they get rewarded for it. Btw, the feed dialog is deprecated, better use the share dialog. Afaik it is allowed on Twitter, at least i did not find anything about that in the terms: https://dev.twitter.com/overview/terms But ...


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No, if you restrict the status post, it will never be visible to that specific person. Else, the restriction would not make any sense.


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Follow these simple steps. Click the “Friends” button underneath your cover photo. This will open a list of all of your friends. Click the “Manage” button. This is the little square button next to the “+Find Friends” button. It has a pencil icon on it. Select “Edit Privacy”. This will open a new window where you can adjust your privacy ...


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Following are the steps to link Twitter to Facebook: Log in to Twitter. Click on the wheel on the top right of your homepage. Select "Settings". Select "Profile". Select "Connect to Facebook". Once you select it, you will open a new browser to continue the process. Click on "Log in With Facebook". Log in to Facebook. If your Facebook is already open, you ...


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In AdBlock Plus, uBlock Origin or a similar browser extension that can use AdBlock Plus filter lists, installing or subscribing to the Facebook Annoyances Blocker list will block the 'People You May Know' section among other Facebook annoyances.


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A webapp like IFTTT - If This Than That is probably the easiest way to achieve this. Sign up on IFTTT, use this recipe that I have published & click on Add recipe button(if required, you'll be prompted to activate the necessary channels) to automatically store a copy of the pic to Dropbox. If you prefer, you can have the picture sent to you via email ...


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The only way to do this is to click on "See more" option & tick a mark which offers to send the message directly to the inbox. This, however, is not free & you'll be charged. There's no other way to send the message to their inbox


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Yes, you can see the mobile number if they keep it as Friends of friends and Public only. If they keep Only to me (privacy) you can't see the phone number, but you can call them in Facebook without knowing their number.


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If you use Feedburner, there's an option to auto-tweet your posts using Labels as hashtags.


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You can get phone number of your friends by going into His/her profile->About->Personal information there you can find his/her mobile number. If and only if he/she provided his mobile number and also only if it is not secured it totally depends on his/her profile privacy settings. If the privacy is set to "Public" no matter whoever ...


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The only option, is if they have shared to Only Friends of Only Friends of Friends or Public their phone mumbers. Privacy options in their accounts might intervent in this too. But it it is the case, you'll able to watch it on Information tab on their FB Profile.


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No, this is not possible in Facebook.


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Your girlfriend probably needs to disassociate your phone number from her account. https://www.facebook.com/settings?tab=mobile There should be an option to remove the phone number. However, it's possible that by using your phone number that phone number has been removed from your account, so you would need to log in with your username or email address.


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Try to access your profile from anyone's account, and ask them to copy [YOUR_USERNAME] http://www.facebook.com/[YOUR_USERNAME] Use that when logging in along with the same password. It should work.


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For your first question: Who added you as friend, it's easy: Login to your Facebook account. Find the notification image hyper-link (the one with globe symbol). In Notifications, you can check who all added you as friend. Now for Second Question: There are two Scenarios: If you have already added them as friends then it's not possible to track whether ...


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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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The Facebook/twitter integration does that by default. If you need something more than this, you probably will have to roll out something on your own


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Sure, they would get a notification because they have been tagged on a post. but if a member disable notification from that group,the member might not see it, unless he or she checks there profile.


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The best way that I have found to get others to Like your page is just place a link to your Facebook page in lots of places. I have been surfing the Internet finding places to invite others to my Page. Example: Please Like my Page and I will Like your Page in Return Thanks [Page URL]


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You can try just searching. people who studied political science at george washington university Gives me a whole bunch of people. Probably too many. If you remember a first name that should narrow your search. people who studied political science at george washington university named mary Facebook will probably re-phrase your search, but it does a ...


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You can use graphsearch to access company profile of user accounts if only they are set to "public". Facebook also use private data but only for statistic, research and advertisement.



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