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This is possible only on public activity. If that someone is commenting on any public posts or any of your friend's posts, you will be able to see those comments (make sure you are not blocked by that someone). If that someone has enable followers, you can get public updates of that person by following him/her.


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You will need to write a Facebook application that leverages using a Facebook user access token belonging to a Facebook native not a third party. Third party application cannot delete all posts. Even then you might run into a rate limit.


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Without some sort of browser extension, this isn't possible to do via facebook.com or messenger.com.


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Diaspora will need read_stream permission as a third party application which they will not be approved, This permission is granted to apps building a Facebook-branded client on platforms where Facebook is not already available. For example, Android and iOS apps will not be approved for this permission. In addition, Web, Desktop, in-car and TV apps will ...


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Older Facebook photos could be identified using the IDs stored in here 2431550_1344327517562357_1434551231_n.jpg but this is no longer so for obvious privacy reasons. So, there will not be a way for you get the owner of this profile just knowing this extension. More details: ...


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There is no way to search by "friends you may know"" The closest Graph query will be "Friend Name friends who live in West Virginia" https://www.facebook.com/search/112083625475436/residents/present/FRIEND_ID_HERE/friends/intersect


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There isn't a way to get this via Facebook natively. Even playing with the AJAX calls which pull up the iCal event will result in an error if switching via personal profile to page.


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Natively via Facebook desktop, no, there is no way to do this. Using iMacros or any extension based on the number of posts in the bulk can lead you to a rate limit block on your account. Using the API via a third party application will not work either as third party applications cannot edit posts that did not come from that application. So, the safest bet ...


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There is no way to trigger photo verification apart from actually use case where the scenario is necessary such as 2500 miles Montreal,Qc,Canada to Trinidad and Tobago,Caribbean I was helping my sibling (in Trinidad and Tobago) with a problem on Facebook from Montreal,QC by logging into his account. 2300 miles approx Montreal,Qc,Canada to Portland,OR USA ...


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No, there is no way natively to do this. All other variations involve third party extensions which are out of scope for this site.


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That depends on the application you are using. The application will need to leverage the use of Facebook API to call the photo ID src (instead of just the Photo ID link) then post that via Twitter API. Assuming you are using this, https://www.facebook.com/twitter/, then you will not be able to get the option to have the photo posted to Twitter as this app ...


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There is no way to hide your name from the list. Event host can change privacy setting for the event but in that case also your name will be visible to selected audience. What you can do is you can remove yourself from the list.


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I temporarily logged out of Facebook, in order to experiment and discover the answer. A page's About tab is divided up into sub-tabs, which may include "Overview", "Page Info", and/or "Milestones". For example, the Facebook page for Fog Creek Software includes both "Overview" and "Page Info". I thought that the "Page Info" sub-tab was visible only to me, ...


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From my experience running a page, if you have more than one page admin, you the page creator can be removed by the new admin, vice versa. This was some time ago and things may be different. But their help page gives the impression it's still the same.


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You can easily Stop Others From Posting on Facebook Wall on Web by following below mentioned points: Launch www.facebook.com on your web browser. Log in with your id & password. Click on the inverted cone located on the right of upper menu → Click Settings. Click on Timeline and Tagging from the left navigation. Click on Edit next to “Who can post on ...


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Use Facebook's built in archiver. Account settings> Download a copy of my data (Remember, that doesn't grab photos you're tagged in.) If you want store all the photos there are some Tools available. By using these tools you can store your Facebook's images into Dropbox: IFTTT PICBACKMAN PhotoGrabber Hope this will help you.


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You used Facebook invite via email feature sometime in the past and you probably don't remember his email being part of that invite list. You can check your invited contacts here https://www.facebook.com/invite_history.php And choose to remove it here https://www.facebook.com/contact_importer/remove_uploads.php


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There is no direct way to share contacts between Facebook and LinkedIn. But using Yahoo Mail you can invite your Facebook friends to connect on LinkedIn. Below is the steps you can follow: Create a Yahoo! Account (if you don’t already have one). Login to your Yahoo! Mail account. Go to “Contacts”. Click on “Import Now” under Import your Contacts from other ...


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it is still there if u are not getting it then u should go to your settings option there go inside --> notification settings-->email--> and choose the radio button against "All notifications, except the ones you unsubscribe from"


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There is no easy way to reverse the order of photos already uploaded. However, there is a way to upload and have your newest photos on top. Instead of uploading from your "Name" page, which puts newest photos on the bottom, go to your Home page, click on Photos in the left hand column and then on Add Photos when the page opens. New photos are now added to ...


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It means that if someone likes that particular life event, or comments on it, you will get a notification.


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No, there isn't a direct link to a standalone page to create a new Facebook event. That "Create" button is only designed to create that overlay you would have seen, and never take you to a page where you would fill in the event details.


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There is no way to do this natively. The closest will be a Twitter to Facebook Pages recipe as the person above commented https://ifttt.com/recipes/search?q=twitter+to+facebook&ac=false


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There is no native way to do this. You will need to look up a third party application that reads metadata for the specific purpose of uploading it to Facebook. Otherwise you need to use the API and run a script yourself https://developers.facebook.com/docs/graph-api/reference/user/photos/#Creating (Programming and app recommendations are out of scope for ...


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Great question, though there doesn't appear to be any definitive answer. I think @1kenthomas 's answer is better than the accepted one, as there was (presumably) an attempt to obtain empirical evidence. So, I've done a series of manual tests as of a few minutes ago, and the result was exactly 7,897 characters was the limit. Even one character more causes ...


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You need to be sure that what you are saying is true. (Can one of your friends confirm it?) Visibility is open to all.


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The button can appear/disappear based on previous actions, for example, a denied request or blocking then unblocking a user. Your friend should still be able to send a request to you, if not, submit a help request to facebook.com/help. You can also try using m.facebook.com or a Facebook mobile application. (I have tested this scenario before and seen this ...


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I could imagine that you can keep a list of all recipients and respondents. Any recipient not in the respondents list could be marked to receive a notification if they are still not on that list X amount of days before the event takes place. This assumes that the respondents are a subset of the recipients. Here's a rough idea of how the pseudo... Pseudo: ...


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When you refuse to accept a friend request you could check an option to block all future friend request from that person. (Its not the same as blocking that person completely.)


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There are plenty of other ways to get tweets sent automatically to Facebook, either to your own timeline or to a page. I used to use IFTTT. There are a bunch of recipes for this, such as this one. One caveat: You can only have one Facebook Page (and I think one Twitter account) configured for an IFTTT account. If you've got multiple Facebook pages you'll ...


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As can be seen in the question, when presented with the option to create a "web address" at the time of page creation, I obviously had to hit the Skip button to continue. However, a short while after creating the page I was able to specify a web address for it. The page had received no more than a couple of likes, so I have no idea what the trigger was!?


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There is no way to do this via Facebook desktop. Additionally using browser extensions might trigger Facebook to think something is suspiciously happening to your account. In theory, you will need to use the API (which is outside of the scope of this site) with a whitelisted application that can execute HTTP DELETE on /me/friends while staying under the ...


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Use business.facebook.com to handle some overhead but in the end a Facebook user (not generic) must be used to be create and develop applications.


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There is no way to do this using Facebook desktop interface. Additionally, unless you know the URL it will be near impossible to find this in the API.


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There doesn't seem to be a way currently to check this. The only list that is shown is a list of apps hidden.


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Sounds like the user's account in question is disabled. The friend count discrepancy can be just caching. To be positive you can just let your friend head to facebook.com/hacked and let the process take of any inconsistencies that might have happened. If the request isn't in your notifications or email, then you're going to have to remember the account by ...


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Some of the native Facebook Android applications use an API endpoint to retrieve messages which could be the reason that you aren't getting similar expectations on desktop. Things that you can try m.facebook.com enabling and disabling notifications via desktop and mobile (toggling) a third browser a test user to see if it's localised to your account ...


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Yes, She/He has blocked you. But generally, if somebody has blocked you, the page will redirect to your own homepage.



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