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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 ...
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 ...
If you open the doc and comment from an incognito tab, the comment will post anonymously. To open an incognito tab, type Ctrl+Shift+N (windows, linux, chrome OS) or ⌘-Shift-N (Mac).
Unlike LinkedIn, this is not possible on Facebook. In fact, Facebook developers are explicitly prohibited from making any application that claim to be able to do so in accordance with the Platform Policy. You can somewhat see who you chat with the most. See http://digiwonk.wonderhowto.com/how-to/track-who-views-your-facebook-profile-0147349/
Nope, there is currently no way if doing this. Sorry...
The best solution to your problem is using a browser plugin called Ghostery.Please see the image below screenshot. It is available for Mozilla and Chrome .
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 ...
Whether or not a Gravatar photo is displayed when you comment on a WordPress-based site depends on HOW exactly you connect to that site. And you also need to understand that Gravatar.com and WordPress.com are provided by the same company, and usernames are shared across both. Thus, if you connect to the site using your WordPress.com account, then your ...
You can't prevent WordPress from using Gravatar, but you can head over to the Gravatar site & change which email ID can use which gravatar.
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