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Under your privacy settings you should have the option of determining whether your posts are public or only visible to friends. If it's the latter, your newsfeed updates won't be visible to C by newsfeed. However, that doesn't override friend B's settings. Friend B might have his or her settings set to censor or post by default all activity to his or her ...


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I'm not sure, however this comment (which I turned into a blog post) may give you some indication of what is probably past the limit :P I too am trying to find out what the limit is just out of curiosity, my post includes the error which FB threw up too in there somewhere... if you can find it and have some time on your hands ;) ...


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The direct removal link is this: http://friendfeed.com/account/delete If you wish to terminate your FriendFeed account, you can do so at: http://friendfeed.com/account/delete. You can also write to us at FriendFeed Inc., 313 W. Evelyn Ave., Mountain View, CA 94041. If you terminate your account, your profile and any entries or comments you’ve made will ...


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https://developers.facebook.com/tools/explorer/ Often asked but little known tricks (and thanks to facebook's API you can do a lot more than you think automatically) to delete a spammers comments from your statuses, go to the link above and choose FQL, get an access token and run the following query to get the ID of the user: SELECT fromid, text from ...


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FB doesn't allow you that now. but here is a simple trick. Go to facebook's mobile site (not mobile app) => m.facebook.com Click on Profile > Photos > Profile Pictures > Upload profile picture For more info and detail read this => http://www.digitalshangrila.com/facebook/upload-profile-picture-facebook-without-cropping/


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As noted in the comments there can be some caching as well as delay occurring here. To stay offline ensure all sessions (desktop and mobile) have chat to set offline. You can also try logging out and logging back in to ensure the settings were saved


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There is no setting for Mail that will allow you to receive the message instantly. The only other option will be to download one of Facebook native apps for a phone you own. Other alternatives outside the scope of this site will be to use programming with the Facebook API.


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However, there is a similar way you can do this. Try Google+, it actually has a great way to do groups--where every post is categorized into sections. I believe there might also be Google Drive implementation for uploading attachments and what not, but I'm not as confident for that aspect. In the least you could upload it to Google Drive then give them the ...


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To view the complete friend request you have received & also send to others by going to Click on the down arrow on the right top of the windows and then click on activity log. Now chose the friends list on the left side which would display the whole history where you can refer for more details about the friend request send/recieved


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In Indonesia, some people just have a single name, so Facebook allows people in that country to use a single name. You can trick Facebook into thinking you live in Indonesia by using a web proxy based in that country, then try changing your Facebook name to a single name, and it should work. Full instructions on how to do it are here: ...


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The wall is basically the old name for the Timeline, when Facebook introduced Timeline, they renamed the wall Timeline. The newsfeed is a stream of your friends Facebook activities. Your wall (aka Timeline) is your own list of activities you have carried out on Facebook. The mini feed is also known as the Ticker bar, that shows a "real time" condensed ...


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You can change which sections of your timeline are available to view. Hover your mouse pointer over any box on your own timeline and look for the "Pencil" icon that shows up, via the "Manage Sections" optoin, it allows you to edit the visibility of that box, some boxes (such as your friends list page) also allow you to edit the privacy of that box.


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This link shows you your followers. You can just write "My Followers" in the Search bar. https://www.facebook.com/search/me/followers


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Short answer: no. You can only block tagged photos from appearing in your timeline until they are approved, or remove your tags after they were posted. But it is not possible to prevent your friends from tagging you in their own photos.


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This will soon be possible from the native Facebook search, if only for english at the moment. See the official announcement for more info. Also, see how it works here.


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Your choices for who can send you friend requests is "Everyone" or "Friends of Friends". You'll find that setting under "Privacy Shortcuts". Click the padlock icon and expand "Who can contact me". For your future postings, you can set the default to friends only. Expand "who can see my stuff" and set the value for your future posts. If you want to be ...


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When you are logged on to Facebook you will see a lock button in the top right corner next to the notifications button. It will give you access to who can see your stuff and who can send you friend requests/messages. I don't think you can turn off the ability for non-friends to search for you but you can limit what they see. And I don't think you can ...


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May be your account in private mode. Just try it once just upload the image and make it as a public mode and check it now..may be it visible to your friends ...


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I found the easiest way to share your blogs automatically in Facebook, Twitter and Linked in by using http://twitterfeed.com. You need to specify the URL or the RSS feed. Every half hour or whatever time you specify, twitterfeed updates new blogs automatically.


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Once you log in to Facebook, simply select the News Feed option on the left-hand side and choose Most Recent instead of Top Stories. Posts displayed in the timeline will now be ordered chronologically. P.S. Apparently Facebook may sometimes revert your preference to Top Stories. There isn't currently a way to stop them from doing that natively. If ...


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Please try: Try clearing the cache history and restart the Firefox and check the notifications Upgrade the Firefox to the recent version Manually click 'see all notifications'.in left side put ticks you want to get notifications and check notifications Also, try Firefox "Facebook Notifications" plugin and check your results


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As far as I know, there is no way to do this. I have a specific person that I have set to restricted, yet whenever I comment on a specific third party's post, she invariably follows me to leave a comment as well. This third party is a friend of mine but not listed as a mutual friend. Furthermore, when I go to view my timeline "as" the restricted person ...


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The news feed is what shows up in the central content column of FaceBook once you log in (or when you click on Home in the header links) and consists of a sequence of algorithmically selected posts in reverse chronological order which your friends have posted on their timelines (either by uploading content or sharing content found on other people's ...


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Perhaps they eliminated this option. The advice given by phantom42 is incompatible with the settings I see today as of 11-28-2014 using Chrome.


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For these kind of issues you can search that person with their registered email id in Facebook. Where it will list the person tough they have special characters in name. Hope this helps


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The search is performed across all Facebook, not just across your group of friends and the results returned take into account several parameters, not just your friends: it might be that you searched for that person in the past, or that you visited his/her profile, or that is friend of friends. Or is somewhat famous, thus having a higher “search rank.”


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Normally it will list your friends. If not it will list the recommended friends like friends of friends


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Is there a character limit on Facebook private/direct messages? The limit is 20,000 characters. Does this differ when submitting a message on a mobile device as opposed to a regular desktop browser - or on the message page as opposed to the chat window that appears in the corner of the screen? This is either something only a Facebook engineer will ...


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Click on the little triangle on the far right side of blue bar and choose Activity Log from the menu. Then in the left sidebar under Comments click MORE and then Friends. Under the blue bar at the top it will say "Who can see your friend list?" followed by some icons. Click the square-like icon and uncheck all the check boxes corresponding to places ...



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