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Intentionally, Facebook prevents sending out this info for privacy purposes. You are free to keep track of your friends though in some other form, and compare it to the current list to find out who is missing each week. who.removed.me will do this for you automatically


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As of 10/11/13: Click on your name in top right corner Click “Friends” at the top Click the pencil image to “Manage” Click “Edit Privacy” Modify “Friend List” section by selecting from the drop down menu If you have timeline (which I assume you have): Go to your profile Click on your friends list Click on Edit In the popup, click on the icon ...


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Sites like who.removed.me will keep track of your friends list and compare it automatically.


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After some clicking around I found another way, which wasn't very intuitive: Click on Account -> Edit Friends. Make sure 'All Connections' is highlighted on the left. Search for the person you wish to cancel the friend request with. He/she should appear in the results with Friend Request Pending under his/her name. Click on the X to remove this friend ...


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One option would be to create a fan page for yourself and use that. Fan pages have no limit to the amount of "fans"


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To remove a friend: Click "Account" on the upper-right part of the screen Click "Edit Friends" (first option under your profile picture) On the left sidebar, under the "Lists" section, click "Friends". Find the friend(s) you want to remove (you may need to click the arrows at the top or bottom of the list) and click the "X" button on the right. A message ...


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I looked on my Manage Friend's list and found similar people. However, when I click on their names, a dialog box with the following message appears: This account has been deactivated. Only you can see {friend's name} on your friends list. You have the option to unfriend {friend's name}. However, my friend's page looks different than yours, so there ...


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Click on the invite button, paste this code in to your address bar: javascript:elms=document.getElementById('friends').getElementsByTagName('li');for(var fid in elms){if(typeof elms[fid] === 'object'){fs.click(elms[fid]);}} and hit enter. All friends will be selected, enjoy!


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If you remove someone as a friend they will not be notified, but they may notice that their friend count went down and that you are no longer on their list of friends. To hide someone from Facebook chat, see http://webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/1169/how-do-i-stop-someone-from-seeing-me-on-facebook-chat/1173#1173. To hide their updates from your News ...


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There is no daily limit of friends requests. The only limit is having a total of 5000 friends.


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There are two ways to accomplish this. Click Account in the upper right. Click Privacy. Click Edit your lists in the Block People section at the bottom. Enter in a name (partial is ok) and click Block User. Facebook will bring up a dialog with matches to your search. Click Block for the appropriate user. This will remove the the friend request from the ...


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To Remove Friends - or more specifically "Relationships" Log into your facebook account via: http://www.facebook.com/ Click "Account" from the top right hand side of the header, and select the first option "Edit Friends". That will take you to your editable friends list: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/friends/?ref=tn Select the "X" next to the friend ...


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I didn't find a way to search by email address and both of the people I was looking for were listed under pseudonyms which is common for obvious reasons but I did find some things. There is an advanced search feature I think it was formerly not quite as difficult to find as it now is with very recent changes where most searching seems to be done from a new ...


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It looks like Facebook has done another update so everyone gets more notifications. This thread on the Facebook forum has a couple of solutions suggested, this one seems to have the most love: Go to the top of your screen and click the little globe symobol where you can view your recent notifications. Hover over one of the them on the top left and ...


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Facebook does not make available any list of friends or non-friends that have viewed your profile/timeline. The list you are referencing is the list of friends in the chat sidebar that appears on the right side of the window (if it is wide enough). Facebook claims that this shows the the friends that you've interacted with frequently or recently on ...


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A much simpler way is to go to that friend's profile page, and then at the bottom of the left column (below their picture), the last thing in that column there is an option: Remove from Friends.


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You are basically going to have play with your own privacy settings to understand how it works. (A second way would be to compare the appearance of the profile on your account versus a next account , yes ...very obvious) Once they are signed up there is nothing you can do about it (minor or not) We appreciate your concern for your child's use of our ...


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First, Facebook as a whole is more valuable if it maximises user volumes. So they're never going to stop wanting you to add that new friend from some other address book. Second, the Facebook experience is pretty lame if you have only a few Facebook friends. So creating a new link may be a marginal value gain for you, but it may help the other party get into ...


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If you'll go to the Privacy Settings, on the bottom you will see a Block Lists section, where you can Edit your lists of blocked people and apps. From there I guess you'll see your friend's name somewhere.


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You can now go to the friend requests page at https://www.facebook.com/friends/requests/ and select "View Sent Requests" which will take you to this page https://www.facebook.com/friends/requests/?fcref=ff&outgoing=1. This should give you a list of friend requests you sent.


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Facebook has access to all friendship-data on their site, even if you lock down the privacy settings. As an addition many users share their contact-book or even e-mails with Facebook. Most peoples have filled out their profile quite decent so it has data about your school, your employer, your current place, your interests and so on. Although Facebook states ...


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Even though your security settings are "locked down", Facebook still can use your friends list to find other people you may know. Other people may not be able to find you but Facebook can and will still use your information (such as your friend list). They cross reference your list of friends to your friends' friend list to find people you may know. There is ...


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my primary thought was that more friends = more information about me = more targeted advertising = more profit for them, This sounds about right. Though as you point out someone with 250 friends is unlikely to be able to add any more "real" friends.


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There isn't a way for to import a contact list directly in to YouTube but it will suggest/find friends for you to add based on your Facebook and/or Gmail contacts. First you have to enable AutoShare: Sign in to YouTube Click Account Click Activity Sharing Connect your Facebook Account Once AutoShare has been set up when you visit the YouTube homepage ...


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They seem to have removed the button, but there is a workaround. Copy the username of the person you want to add as a friend (just under Created by; 'GamingSE' in your example), and then go to your Inbox > Address Book. Click on New > Contact... and type in the username inside the Username box on the right pane. Now click Save, select that user, click Add ...


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Go to Facebook Privacy Settings Click on Edit Settings next to How Tags Work (second from the top) Click on Friends Can Check You Into Places using mobile Places app (the lowest option) and disable it Click OK


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This answer was close, go to Facebook Privacy Settings, Edit Settings, How Tags Work. Then click on Tag Review. You'll then need to manually review any time someone tags you, but it lets you decline location tags (as well as pics and posts if that's to your liking).


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Go to the Profile page of person you want to unfollow. You will find a wrench icon called "Controls" right bellow the "Quests". Open the "Controls" by clicking on the little arrow next to it, then you will found the "unfollow" button.


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A good start is : http://developers.facebook.com/ Just head for the documentation and in the API for user you will find it returns: ( http://developers.facebook.com/docs/reference/api/user ) : friends : The user's friends (Available to everyone on Facebook) --> An array of JSON objects containing friend id and name fields For example see: ...


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If by "without them noticing" you mean that they are not notified, then you can go ahead and unfriend them. They will not be alerted in any way that you unfriended them. But if you meant that you want them to see you as one of their friends still, then you can use friend lists to hide or show exactly what you want to specific groups of people. Here is a ...



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