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It is very easy (surprisingly I didn't see it yesterday). Open the group. At the upper-right corner, click on Notifications. Then, select All notifications.


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It happens sometimes on facebook, e.g. you have 4 likes but you can see only 2-3 only. There are main 2 reason: Privacy restrictions Due to Deactivation Now in your case the reason is that, someone followed you and later on deactivated(not deleted) his/her account. So his/her reference is added there , the count is incremented and since he/she deactivated ...


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The answer is simple - change your email and facebook password, and NEVER tell your password to anyone. Never.


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The most complete site I've found is fbicons.net


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If you upload a photo to Facebook, and then change the privacy on the photo to Custom and put Mary in the "Don't share this with" box, then Mary wouldn't see anything related to the photo. She would never see the photo and she would never see when anyone likes or comments on the photo.


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I have done this a few weeks ago, it is pretty simple: Go to your profile Select Friends below your cover photo Select Following If you don't see Following, it means you're not following anyone yet. You can find the reference over here.


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Go to the group you want to leave, scroll down (depending on the device you are using), click where it says INFO, the options will pop up and depending on what you want to do, choose from there.


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If you can run PHP somewhere, you can use this proxy to filter the calendar FB provides: https://code.google.com/p/fbcal/


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One of my Facebook friends actually liked a page earlier today and posted a comment on one of the page's statuses. When I went to my News Feed (set to "Most Recent"), it told me that my friend liked the page, but it didn't tell me that he posted a comment on one of their status updates. When I switched my News Feed to "Top Stories", it didn't tell me about ...


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Are they seriously saying they're going to follow people and post tweets using my account without my intervention? The scope of the authorization is that should you authorize, they can tweet, follow, and update your profile. Note that it's they can, not that they will. Twitter's authorization scope allows for read-only, read+write, read+write+send dm ...


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You can disable the notification that people ask you to play games too. Go To facebook Notifications You'll see "What You Get Notified About" section and check the last one., "App Requests and Activity" You can disable the notifications that you'll get by just unchecking the apps or games that you don't to get notified. I don't seem to find an option ...


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Let's just start with Twitter for the site that you mentioned weheartit.com If you don't how that login is provided. The site(weheartit.com) had created a twitter application at http://dev.twitter.com and made the app with read , write permissions. (You don't wanna get into the coding part unless you're a programmer). It is the same with Facebook, Google+ ...


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Another option for finding out who unfriended you is the FB Purity browser extension. It also has a built in deleted friends notification system, that alerts you if any of your friends remove you from their friends list.


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To find all of your friends who are male or female, type one of the following into the main search box at the top of the Facebook page and then press Enter: My friends who are male My friends who are female To find all of the people in your friend's friend list who are male or female, type one of the following into the main search box at the top ...


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Your friend has completely logged out of Facebook on his or her mobile device and has chat set to "off" on their computer. FYI: This does not mean he or she is truly offline. He or she can still access Facebook via their web connection without any indication of activity or of a time stamp. Extensive personal experience avoiding a stalker has led me to this ...


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Since Facebook doesn't always show all likes even in your own timeline, you might not be able to see the post showing the unwanted like. Because of that, you might have to go to your activity log: Go to your profile In the upper-right corner, there is a button to the activity log Alternatively, the link is ...


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You can silence specific notifications categories via the UNSUBSCRIBE link in the e-mail notification.


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Suppose your group name is "College Friends". Simply goto Browse Groups By Membership and select that group and post it there. Another way is by creating a list. To do that just goto here and click create a new list. You can suppose name it "Relevant People" and add the people in that "College Friends" Group. Then make a regular post and set the privacy to ...


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The only way would be for your friend to share the photo only with you. Anyone who can see a Facebook post can also see all likes and comments on it. The ticker on the right is a firehose of everything happening among your Facebook friends, including Likes. It displays everything chronologically without trying to prioritize anything (unlike the news feed, ...


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I have also liked many pages on Facebook and would like a way to just see my friends' posts. The only way to do this is to create a custom list: 1) Click on the FRIENDS section on the left sidebar. 2) Click on the "+ Create List" button at the top of the screen. 3) In the box that appears, enter a list name and then click the "Create" button. It will ...


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This article says that Facebook does give page administrators the option of hiding a comment, which makes it invisible to everyone except the commenter and his friends. When a page administrator hides a comment, the following message appears on the administrator's screen: You've hidden this comment so only the person who wrote it and their friends can ...


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Just ask them! Other approaches could be considered stalking. Or if you don't know them in real life, ask a mutual friend to introduce you through email.


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If you know the URL address of that user’s profile (e.g.: https://www.facebook.com/eminem), your best shot could be to try and send an email to the address username@facebook.com, where username is the name coming after facebook.com/ in the URL of the respective person’s profile (eminem@facebook.com in the previous example). That’s if the user activated this ...


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Ad was eventually placed using the Facebook Power Editor. Simple Create Ad still not working at time of writing this. Thanks to http://omcgroup.com.au/ for their assistance.


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No, that's exactly what Facebook Pages are for.


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You can use custom scripts to control the appearance of the stickers. For that you need to use a plugin on your browser that can do that, GreaseMonkey (for FireFox) and Tampermonkey (for Chrome) Once you install the extension/plugin, you are ready to add the script for any site. I am not sure about Greasemonkey's function, to add a new script to Facebook, ...


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Use F.B. Purity Hide Smileys / Emoticons If you don't like the graphical smileys aka emoticons and "stickers" that Facebook displays, you can hide them with FBP's built in Emoticon hiding option


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As part of the Facebook sign up process, they have an option to import your email address book, in order to find your friends more easily. And on the mobile app, it does this for your contacts phone numbers that are stored in the phone as well. They therefore have a database of millions of peoples connections. If you are in one of those people's address ...


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Not sure if this is good enough for your use case, but i guess you could always add extra tagged people in a comment on the original post.


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It's not possible using Facebooks own web user interface. You could probably do it via a custom developed FB API application, or Greasemonkey script.


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If she cannot log into your Gmail account, eventually Facebook is going to send a message to your Gmail account asking her for verification. Just let the verification emails sit without clicking on the link, and her Facebook account will eventually be removed. From https://www.facebook.com/help/www/121102861305251 I received an email that I created a ...


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It's not just one place where you need to do changes, but this is roughly how you can avoid being spammed with unwanted messages from Facebook: Step 1: Go in the Settings page and check out the Privacy and Timeline pages to customize the privacy level so that you don't allow anyone else to perform activities on your profile (tag you in pictures and videos, ...


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Setting your birthday to "Friends of Friends" means that when your friends and their friends visit the About page on your profile, they will see the month and day of your birthday. In addition, the fact that your friends can see your birthday means that Facebook will notify all of your friends about your birthday. You don't need to change anything - your ...


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No there is way to do this as an end user. Probably look into a Facebook Public Content Solutions Partner.


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If it's an open group and he/she subscribes to it, yes he will see the posts. Blocking the person is an option. The correct option is not writing posts behind friends' backs


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Does it mean that Facebook will only generate random names from the perspective of the user who clicked in it Coupled with a user's (those who liked the post) privacy settings, yes.


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I was facing the same need. However, only to extract the names in Facebook friends list for some analytics. Well, the approach I followed was to go to the basics. STEP 1: COPY CAT Click on Friends linnk -> Scroll and ensure FB lists all the friends names. Then go to the top (use 'Home' key, press Shift+Ctrl+End to select all data.. Then, without ...


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Many assumptions here. Your news feed is built based on certain factors, you can change this view by looking for most recent. For the main view of News Feed, Facebook will select certain pages and friends to appear based on your interactions. Liking and commenting on this page will keep it an active item in your feed.


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Sounds you should be using Facebook Groups. Also your admin users should post as the page to prevent confusion. If the main point is for users to talk to users, Facebook groups is the way to proceed.


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You can allow to add you back then mute the conversation.


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No, it does not send automatic reminders.


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You cannot post on personal profiles or groups with a Facebook fan page. Only another Facebook fan page.


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Yes, Facebook does this to promote their marketing service. If post reach is low, there is a high chance of getting more page promoting advertisements, so facebook does this.


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This is usually because you have a poor internet connection.


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@Michael's solution is good. But here is another way: Facebook provide an option for the storing High Resolution images. I had seen while uploading multiple images (while creating an album) Snapshot:


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This is because Facebook has some mobile deviceId against your name as you logged in from mobile once. Though you have logged out from that mobile device, the data has not cleared yet. In security settings, you can check active session and here you can end the session causing this problem.


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No, it is not possible. The delay is by design and the reason is one might have second thoughts. It also takes time to scrub everything off, as some tasks might be put on a scheduled queue. After you request to have your account permanently deleted, we delay the deletion process a few days in case you change your mind. If you log into your account again ...


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When I get that message from Facebook concerning my business page, it's always in reference to a post which I know is one of the more popular ones, so the report seems at least semi-accurate. The only odd, buggy thing, is that when I click on that message from Facebook to see the post in question, the error message ALWAYS comes up, Page not found. The ...



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