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As your friend has set privacy as "Friends", so all his friends would be able to see all the activity on that post. So your comment would be visible for his friends. And your comment would be visible for your friends as well. Your friends will not be able to comment or like his post, but your comment will be visible for them as it shows on your friend's feed ...


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His posts would be able to be seen by friends only, so your comments would be able to be seen by his friends unless he changes the privacy scope on you later on. Google would not be able to index your comment; if you log off of Facebook entirely and go to his page you'll be able to see what Google sees. Your friends would not be able to see his post at all ...


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You can do it in FB Purity with Custom CSS code. The CSS code you need to hide notifications of people liking individual photos is : #fbNotificationsFlyout li[data-gt^='{"notif_type":"like","subtype":"photo"'] {display: none} If you also wanted to hide likes of whole photo albums, you could add the following CSS code: #fbNotificationsFlyout li[data-gt^='{...


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I just tried this myself, I made another account and sent a message from my computer to my phone and as soon as I clicked mark as read on the message on my phone it said 'seen' and the time on my computer. So marking as read still lets the other person know you read their message.


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Click on edit from dropdown in that workplace where do you want add more friends. Change the audience and click on Save Changes, you will get that popup window, select you friend and save this. Something here to note, changing audience means if you have set it friends, change it public or if you have set it public, change it to friends. Later you can change ...


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Only Facebook pages (like business/fan pages, as opposed to personal timelines) can be moderated. If you're having a wide audience and make public posts that you want to moderate, I suggest you create such a page rather than use your personal timeline.


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There is no way to prevent your friends from commenting on something they can see. You can set audience as 'Only me', but in that case it will be visible to you only.


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Under Settings → Timeline and Tagging, I would look at these two items: Who can see posts you've been tagged in on your timeline? When you’re tagged in a post, who do you want to add to the audience if they aren’t already in it? Make sure they are both set to Friends (particularly that first one).


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Here it is: Settings -> Notifications -> Email -> All notifications, except the ones you unsubscribe from This will notify you by email about reactions. There is no special settings for reactions.


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You can enter there login email address, your username or phone number. If you don't have remember anything, follow this link I can't log in. Select Forgotten account? link and follow the screen instructions.


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If you're asking so that you can login to your account: Use the "Forgotten account?" link. This allows you to get your information by using your: Email Phone number (if set up) Username (which it sounds like you're looking for, so you would want to use one of the other options) Full Name You can also associate multiple emails to the same account, and ...


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There is no way to prevent people tagging you in comments. What you can do is Report it and/or 'Turn of Notification'.


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Most of the answers suggested using the Report a Problem tool, but after submitting that form it said they don't guarantee a response, which pretty much meant it's not a support option and I'm still on my own. Then I found a help page that seemed relevant: I don't receive notifications for new messages. If you aren't getting notifications when you ...


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Yes. Once someone accepted the friend request, all your messages will go to inbox.


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It could be a time zone setting too. Check if you or your friend is set to a different time zone (correctly or incorrectly)


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Probably you are logged in some other devices also. Sometime it shows because of Messenger app also. Just logged out from all the devices and uninstall Facebook Messenger and app.


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Go on http://facebook.com and login there, not on http://es-es.facebook.com. That should do the trick.



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