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They might have deleted your message. Thus, the time of seen is the same as the time of sending message. If they use Messenger, your message is shown in the notification area and they see it immediately.


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Here's how I get around it using Android Chrome: Go to m.facebook.com Click on the Chrome menu dropdown on the far right of the address bar Toggle the "Request desktop site" option Now click on the FB messages tab You may not have the desktop site option depending on your phone. I'm not aware of any other way to do this.


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The most likely explanation is you gave Facebook your CC number at some point. Second most likely is you gave your CC number to a company that belongs to Facebook. No external company, like Google, would share your payment information with Facebook without your explicit permission. There are very specific laws and regulations around even storing a credit ...


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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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No, they will not see it. According to this Facebook help page, blocked users will not be able to see things that you post on your profile.


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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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So, my curious nature ultimately lead me to the cause of this scroll bar. Here this docked menu / drop down or whatever this is dedicated for the pages I administrate. When this was opened, I get a scroll bar and hence quite an empty area as shown in the question. But on closing this menu and then refreshing the page caused the scroll bar to disappear ...


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In some cases, try to see where the post originated and click that link. If you're successful in bringing up the original post, then you should be able to share that from it's origin. Hope that helps.. Let us know. Thanks.


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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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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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When you delete your account, people won't be able to see it on Facebook. It may take up to 90 days from the beginning of the deletion process to delete all of the things you've posted, like your photos, status updates or other data stored in backup systems. While Facebook deleting this information, it is inaccessible to other people using Facebook.


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Follow these steps: Go to Settings. Click on Public Posts. Click on Public Post Comments. Select the option Filter Off from dropdown menu.


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Generally it takes 48 hours to 1 week. And you will receive notification once it get verified. Sometimes it takes more time and sometimes you will never receive any communication from Facebook. It totally depends on what kind of page you have and what information you are providing. If they find it genuine they will verify your page and you will get a ...


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Unfortunately this is not possible. Enabling like will also enable comments.


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Log in your account. Go to your Profile. There you can see an "View Activity Log" click on that. There you can see your comments, likes, new added friends, pages liked, updated profile. There you can delete, hide your comments.


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Go to http://www.friendstogmail.com and download the app. Click the Connect with Facebook button. Connect with Facebook button on Friends to Gmail and Google+ Click Load Friends. Load Friends button on Friends to Gmail and Google+ You’ll get the odd-looking screen below. What it does is prepare the file to be transferred to a Gmail-compatible CSV (...


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No, it will not be notified to the admin. And there is no official way to check who hides the comment. When he/she hides a comment, it is just hidden from his/her view, others can still see it. Comment will be visible to the person who wrote it and their friends.


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Delete FB account. It's great! Really I did. You could be blocked. Blocking is secret as to not hurt anyones feelings, but you don't get to see updates. Only FB can see them and see their secrets, but not the blockees.


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Facebook does have it own way of sorting post. It will display post that are most interacted with (by likes/comment/share) and show it to more "friend". It is the same with all the content a page you follow post. you won't see all of it. If you want to be sure to see all the post someone post you can put the in your "Close friend" group so you will be ...


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I think you have made some changes in your news feed. If you did not do anything then please try to login to your account from another system and see if you face the same problem. Try to clear the cache of your current browser or use another browser or check with other browser and see if it solves your problem. If not, click on down arrow 'v' at the top ...


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Yes it may because when you filled your personal details then Facebook catch the common things among you and other. That's why "People you may know" showing some of the Facebook user.


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Well buddy do one thing Try to remove yourself from the chat and then tell your friend to add you again if it does not helps so then ask help from Facebook directly


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Facebook may have suggested: People you searched for earlier (even not logged in, but from the same machine!) People who have searched for you People from same school, workplace or village People who have your associated phone numbers in their address book Friends of people you have blocked For further information, please see the links below: Facebook ...


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From the Facebook Help Center: What is People You May Know? People You May Know are people on Facebook that you might know. We show you people based on mutual friends, work and education information, networks you’re part of, contacts you’ve imported and many other factors. For example: If both of you add the same college in your education then you ...


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In Chrome, you can type @ and then part of your friend's name. Then a list of friends should appear, but it is a little buggy. Also, you can't remove the last name, like you can on the desktop website.


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In Facebook, on top top-right, click on the icon representing a lock to open the Security menu. Go to "See More Settings". On the next page, go to "Apps" in the list on the left. This will show a list of all apps which you have allowed to access your Facebook account. Find this one ("Honey") and click on it. This will show what pieces of information ...


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What I gather from the interest-based ads policy pages of Facebook and Amazon is that they are both associated with the Digital Advertising Alliance & follow the same modus operandi. To avoid seeing the interest-based ads that Facebook and Amazon serve, you'd to have to visit the Advertising Preferences settings page on those sites to change your ...


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That is the image added by Jetpack. If it finds no image in the post it defaults to site icon. Remove only og:image function wap_84598_remove_image_tag( $tags ) { unset( $tags['og:image'] ); return $tags; } add_filter( 'jetpack_open_graph_tags', 'wap_84598_remove_image_tag' ); For more details you can check this answer on WPSE.


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One idea is to make a script that serves the PDF documents. When Facebook comes to get the preview we check the user agent, and give the facebook preview crawler a JPG or PNG instead of the PDF, but when the user clicks we give them the actual PDF (possibly by redirecting to another site). We could do this using CGI or php, for example. Also we need to ...


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You can achieve this effect by inserting a soft hyphen and then adding a newline. To insert a soft hyphen: Hold the (left) ALT key and type 0173 from the Numeric keypad (first make sure you've unlocked it, press Num Lock if not), release the ALT key. Alternatively, find it in the Character Map (if on windows, press the Windows Key + R, type charmap) and ...


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Try going beta.facebook.com after you've initially tried logging in.


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Another method is you can check Where You're Logged In section under Security Settings, it shows list of devices and browsers that have been used to log in to your Facebook account recently. You can end any session by clicking End Activity. Facebook Help Center says: To log out of Facebook on another computer, phone or tablet: Go to your ...


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Change your password. After you change your password Facebook will ask you if you want all other devices to log out. Answer YES to this. I suspect that another account is maintaining the login.


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I've seen this happen as well. What I do to avoid this is to avoid the ads being put on the sites. Each ad added to the page uses cookies and other forms of tracking in order to keep track of what your are ordering in order to pass this information to other sites. This in fact is a large business. While they might find it useful, it obviously affects us ...



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