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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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To reset Gmail password: Visit Google's Account Recovery page. Select the I don't know my password option. Follow the instructions shown. For more details: Manage your Google Account password To reset Facebook password: Go to the Facebook login page and click Forgot your password? or Can't login? in the top right. Fill out the form to identify your ...


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Officially its not possible (except in Indonesia). Only Indonesian people are allow (because in Indonesia, some people just have a single name) to have single name on Facebook. But by changing the proxy settings and language settings you can do this. Some trick are given in foloowing links, and it should work: How To Make Single Name Account On Facebook ...


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From Facebook help center If you want to change the audience of a post after you've shared it, click the audience selector and select a new audience. Remember, when you post to another person's Timeline, that person controls what audience can view the post. Additionally, anyone who gets tagged in a post may see it, along with their friends.


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You can always set the privacy. About Privacy Once you tend to share a post it opens a popup in that we can have options to add extra content(Optional) about the post and also we will have privacy option to choose between Public/Friends/Custom/Onlyme Tagging Friends You can tag your friends by clicking on image and by choosing Tag option or ...


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If your timeline is viewable by the public, this post will be viewable by the public. If it's only viewable by friends, it will be viewable by friends.


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I don't think there's a way to fix this via Twitter or Facebook, since the method you're using is just a simple API connection between the two competing social networks. There are, however, third party applications that separately handle posting to each service, such as Buffer or HootSuite. I use the Plume Android app with reasonable, but not perfect, ...


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To adjust who can see your Friends section: Go to your profile. Click Friends below your cover photo. Click at the top of the page and select Edit Privacy from the dropdown menu. Select an audience (ex: Friends, Public, Only me) to choose who you share your friend list with on your profile. This is well explained on Facebook help page: Who can see the ...


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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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You can find the source of the likes by going to Insights->Likes and scrolling to the bottom of the page, with Where Your Page Likes Happened. Chances are that most of the abnormal likes are from Page Suggestions, shown in blue as on the screenshot below. This means that Facebook algorithm, in its infinite wisdom, decided to suggest your page to some ...


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You can. At the bottom of the screen there is a “people” button. Click on that and it will show your friends. If they have the Messenger sign (lightning sign) then they're online. If not they're offline.


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I had the same problem and the following worked for me: Went to about:config and changed the value of dom.event.clipboardevents.enabled to true. I got this from: http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?f=38&t=2925719


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If you will accept an Android solution, then there is an app which can save a whole conversation to a CSV file in a few clicks: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.chamika.fbmsgbackup You get a list with all people you have chatted with. For each it shows how many messages were exchanged. Select one, and then you get to do the following: (1) ...


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To change your group's privacy as an admin: Click in the top right of the group > Edit Group Settings Choose a new group privacy option under the Privacy section Click Save Google is your friend!


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It is not possible to allow comments but not posts. It's an all-or-nothing setting for members.


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Ok I have the same issue on a few of my friends. For some reason after the switch to messenger I've had this issue. What you need to to is search your name from his messenger app and you should be able to pull up your conversation with him from his messenger app. You'll have to do this every time the app closes. It's a very annoying bug and if you'd like it ...


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Here are the steps you should follow Settings Notification Birthday Note:You shouldn't use greasemonkey scripts for Facebook. Unless you read over the code to know what is actually happening. Very sensitive information and greasemonkey support has been removed as native from browsers for many with malicious intent. And the fact that notifications are ...


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Facebook has announced the launch of a web-only no-frill version of their messenger: messenger.com It is now available worldwide.


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I believe its when you authorize Facebook to log your precise location then everyone sees your precise location


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Recently, Facebook has been undergoing large changes and thus many bugs have come about. The most likely reason seems to me that it is a bug in the Facebook system, but it could be one of two: 1. That the 'View as' feature is bugged, as you and @josmh suggested, or 2. That the privacy settings are bugged, and your friends really can't see it The former of ...


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I found out it seems you can do it by doing regular searches like: posts about "search term" by "page name" The quotes aren't required, but you will get better results with them when your query and/or page name has more than one word.


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No, there no such option for it yet... You have option to delete your conversation but the other person or other group from which your conversation was going will have no effect on their side.


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There isn't a way to do that. One can only choose who can see what ANY other people post on your timeline. If your family members post personal things or things you don't want there, you may want to suggest that they send you private messages instead or you may want to get creative and start a Group for your family to have family discussions there. If you ...


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Customize your language settings.You can share it for friends,only me,public or custome.


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As Facebook slightly changed Notification settings I'm sending this update which currently seem to work (as of 4/2015). In your private Facebook account click on rightmost arrow icon in blue bar on top of page and go to Settings. From left menu select Notifications. There's a section called What You Get Notified About which should contain row Pages you ...


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I got my answer after I filed a complaint with the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada. Unsurprisingly, Facebook didn't ignore their query like it did mine. The answer is that, while accounts that users deactivate themselves do show up in your friends list, allowing you to unfriend them, accounts that Facebook staff disable (such as due to violation ...


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You could use an application to block sites when accessing it. (a) Web Monitoring Program (b) OpenDNS to Protect Your Entire Network You could also edit the hostfile [hosts] that can be seen in C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc Go to the bottom of the document and enter 127.0.0.1 and press Enter. Replace with the website that you want to block ...


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Buffer claims it can schedule your posts optimally. It supports pages and groups. I also tried to look at optimal posting time for Stack Exchange, but these results may be not extendable to other social services.


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You can't! Facebook won't allow you to hide your profile picture and cover photo (these will be always public, no matter what are you settings). The workaround is to simply change/blur the profile picture, create a fake profile (which isn't allowed) or deactivating your account for some period of time. On Facebook Help Centre we can read: Anyone can ...


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Only the Page Admin have the rights to change the page owner. There are no specific information on how to change the ownership in that page however you can transfer the page ownership from one account to another. What are the different Page roles and what can they do? To check your role on the page Click Settings at the top of your Page > Page Roles in ...


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The person who owns that company I assume also is an admin of that page. Let them login to business.facebook.com to make the necessary change.


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No, unless your friend also has joined that group it will not appear. A closed group isn't the same as a secret group however, it is possible via various methods to determine if you are a member of a closed group. No, they will not see the likes in the ticker, they will see some of your activity in his/her news feed, since he/she has subscribed to that ...


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I don't believe the archive Facebook gives retrieves all of this information. You can try using the Facebook API to retrieve anything further, though that is beyond the scope of this site See developers.facebook.com for more info, specifically https://developers.facebook.com/docs/graph-api/reference/v2.3/user/inbox



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