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.
Yes, this is possible that she has blocked you and then unblocked you. Blocking/unblocking or denying a friend request can cause this problem. A person who receive request has always an option to deny request and report as a spam. Reporting spam make sure that sender will never be able to send request again to that person.
There are mainly three reason to ...
You are right, there is only two options "Everyone" or "Friends of Friends". So if you don't want block, you can ignore when they send friend request. They can't add you without your permission. Here ignoring means when someone send you friend request, just delete that request and mark as you don't know that person. In future that person wont be able to sent ...
There's only the limit of having 5,000 friends and the unknown limit of friend requests you can send. The former is there because nobody can have so many active connections (if you're a public person wanting to be in touch with your fan base, you should use a Page not a profile). The latter is there to prevent spam and it's unknown for that reason.
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"
People can select the audience they want to receive friend requests from in their settings. If you know this person in real life, you might consider sending them a message and asking them to friend you.
See Why can't I add someone as a friend?
Other thing is friend request button appearing/disappearing also depend on denied friend request or blocking then ...
I think your friend has a privacy setting for Who can send friend requests?. If your friend has set it as Friends of friends and you both do not have any mutual friends, you will not see Add friend button or if your friend has set it No One, in that case Add Friend button will not visible on his/her profile.
Another case is may be your friend already has ...
According to this it seems you have missed the chance - until Facebook start paying some attention to users, so probably a very long wait.
but they will be able to send you another friend request in the future.
There seems to be general uncertainty about how far into the future. I have seen estimates of six months, eight to twelve months and ...
Facebook is working to improve their security and algorithms which includes cleaning up current "fake" or "hack" accounts by "people you don't know" and encouraging people not to accept friend requests from these accounts.
I think this is part of a larger marketing campaign for FB to regain security and trust after it was found out that FB was somehow ...
This is an automated message from Facebook. You've had a friend request "open" for some arbitrary time (determined by Facebook) and they're reminding you in case you've forgotten.
The person who sent the friend request is not getting similar notices, although they'll be able to see that the friend request is still pending if they go look at their ...
If you have set Who Can Follow Me (Settings -> Public Posts) as Public, and you delete the request (but didn't mark it as spam), you can see that person in the Followers section under Friends on your profile.
Click on the name of that person and you will see Add Friend button on their profile.
As far as Facebook is concerned, your new account is a completely different person. There's no relationship between your old and account and your new account, so Facebook is enforcing the privacy settings of those people. If they have their privacy settings so only "friends of friends" can make friend requests, you'll need to be friends with one of their ...
It could just be coincidence.
Facebook changes things around all the time. They may be doing something right now to push "possible connections" to people and people are responding to it. I've not noticed anything myself, but that means nothing. (Facebook is constantly doing A/B testing, it may be an iPhone and/or Android only thing, and so on.)
No, this is not possible. Even with the API, requests are split into
Place into list
So you will have to look for an application that accomplishes this as a batch operation; there are no applications that do this however, since the API call to accept friends are whitelisted to Facebook only.
So in summary, there is no way natively or ...
For your first question: Who added you as friend, it's easy:
Login to your Facebook account.
Find the notification image hyper-link (the one with globe symbol).
In Notifications, you can check who all added you as friend.
Now for Second Question:
There are two Scenarios:
If you have already added them as friends then it's not possible to track whether ...