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There are settings in Facebook that allow you to restrict individual Friends from posting to your wall or liking or commenting on your posts. http://xnotion.hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Stop-Certain-Friends-From-Commenting-on-Your-Facebook-Posts They will still see your posts, but cannot get involved in them. That way, they will still be "Friends" on FB, but ...


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Assuming it posted successfully (and it hasn't been deleted) you should be able to see it in your Activity Log. Click on your name to go to your profile Click on "View Activity Log" There's everything you've done on Facebook, in descending date order. You might want to filter on "Your Posts".


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If you don't want payment information held, then just deactivate your ads account.


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You could use the graph search.A query like this could help. If X is your friends name then try these, my friends that work at x my friends that like x my friends that live in x-city my friends that go to x-school my friends that work at x and live in x-city my friends that work at x and go to x-school my friends that work at x and like x my friends that ...


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Submit your appeal via their Appeals Contact page.


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Click on "Find Friends" Click on "View sent requests" Open the menu for the request you want to cancel, choose "Cancel Request", and confirm. Facebook does not appear to offer a way to cancel Friend Requests in bulk. You'll need to do it one at a time.


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Just noticed it myself. You can indeed check this in incognito modus (chrome), check what info you still see (like town, or company/work), then goto your ABOUT section in facebook and change the setting of privacy (url is https://www.facebook.com/YOURUSERNAME/info ) and change setting from 'public' into 'friends' or whatever. Then refresh the screen in ...


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Had the same problem with a spammer. Turns out he create a photo album on the group site and put his spam pictures in there. To get rid of it, go to the photos section of your group page, find the album with the spam, and delete it.


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Click on the photo in question. See on the right side who posted that photo. There is an option "Allowed on Timeline" Select the option "Hidden From Timeline" Click on Remove Tag option Click on "I want to untag myself" option Click on "Remove tag" Click on Okay


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I have been trying to find the answer to a similar question however I think I can answer yours. Even if chat is turned off on your mobile, your last login to facebook mobile will be shown to friends who you do not have chat open to, at least it shows them in the web chat sidebar. The only way around this I have figured is to uninstall or logout of the mobile ...


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You are asking two similar questions. My answer will try and address both. To see which sites have used Google Authentication: Login to your Google/Gmail account. Visit their account permissions page To see which sites have used the Facebook Authentication: Login to your Facebook account. Visit their app settings page More info: Facebook uses a ...


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First, add your friends to friend lists if they are not already in lists. Click on Friends in the left sidebar to see your friend lists or create new lists. For each list where you do not want to see certain types of updates, click on the name of the list (in the left sidebar or on the list page that comes up when you click Friends in the left sidebar), ...


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The problem might be connected to Facebooks support of OpenID: http://www.insidefacebook.com/2009/05/18/facebook-launches-openid-support-users-can-now-login-with-a-gmail-account/ Since they support OpenID (i.e. sign in using your Google Account) they might have blocked gmail addresses for "normal" registration. Try to find the OpenID login/sign up


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Use Archivedbook. From their Q&A: Does it work with Facebook Pages and Groups? Yes! In your browser's address bar, just replace "www.facebook.com" by "archivedbook.com". This is not an official feature and doesn't work efficiently (yet) on pages with more than thousands of posts.


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According to this nrkbeta.no article (in Norwegian), there are a number of reasons why Facebook can suggest friends (or, in your case, find out that you are 'acquaintances'). You have one or more friends in common You are (or have been) members of the same Facebook group The other person has uploaded his/her addressbook to Facebook, or someone's ...


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Yup, if you reactivate your account. All post, comments, information will remain exactly the same as it is when you deactivated your account. Including likes and comments! I have never deactivated my account so here are the sources:(I'm not very sure about this) From StackExchange From Facebook From Yahoo Answers


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A simple 3 steps here http://mon-ip.awardspace.com/how-to-unblock-facebook-friends.php Hope it helps ;)


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Yes. Even if your chat is turned off, your activity such as comments,posts, liking etc will appear on the news feed of people present in your friends list.


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Based on: http://superuser.com/a/319322 Step 1 : Open Firefox, Go to 'Firefox' menu at the top-left of the browser. Firefox --> Help --> Troubleshooting Information --> Show Folder (it's a button next to "Profile folder") Step 2 : Create a folder named chrome in your profile folder Step 3 : Create a css file userContent.css Step 4 : Copy the ...


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The option to disable the chat for some or all of your contacts should only affect your status (the "online indicator"/green dot) for them.


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I don't know a way for you to do this in Facebook's settings, but I think that Trackur (http://www.trackur.com/social-media-monitoring) can help you to find all the user's mentions about your business if those mentions are public. You can learn more about what Trackur can do for you, here: ...


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Goto profile>About>Basic Information// And check if your birth year and birth date are not under "Only Me" When you place your cursor hovering about your Birth Date/Year, look at the right, if there is a Lock sign means only you can see it, if there is a Globe sign means everyone can see it e.c.t.


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just go to the setting>security>Login Approvals and then un-check Require a security code to access my account from unknown browsers then click save settings


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You cannot do this. Whenever you post or comment on a page or in a group that does not belong to you, you should consider that activity as potentially PUBLIC, with the possibility that -- at the very least -- your mutual friends will potentially see this in their news feed. Moreover, the owner of that page is the only one that can determine the privacy ...


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You can try reporting the profile to Facebook:


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In addition to HootSuite's free plan, you can also try Buffer.


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Facebook Pages natively supports post scheduling on a Page. Hootsuite is free for up to 3 social profiles.


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This is exceedingly dated: Facebook orders your education profile based on the order of entry. You can modify this by removing and re-entering your education profile one by one. This allows you to represent your education profile in your preferred order but other than FB automatically sorting the most recent first (as I thought I had seen somewhere ...


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Log into your Facebook account and choose "Privacy Settings" from the drop-down menu at the top Next, click "Manage Blocking" next to the last option, "Blocked People and Apps." This will bring you to the settings page for adding friends to your restricted list and blocking Facebook users, as well as blocking app and event invites. Please read here it has ...



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