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Facebook says: Unfortunately, we don't support email addresses with generic prefixes like info@, webmaster@, etc. Since email addresses of this nature are typically used for organizations and businesses, we don't allow them to be used for personal Facebook accounts. Please try signing up again using another address that you own. Of course they ...


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There is a clear option for using your Facebook Page while creating a recipe. I am not sure if you tried that.


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From the Facebook Help Centre: How do I add an address to my Page? To add an address to your Page, your Page's category must be Companies & Organizations or Local Businesses. Keep in mind that you can only add one address. To add an address: Click About below your Page's cover photo Click Page Info in the left column Click to edit the ...


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A possible scenario is that the username was taken at one point and then the page was deleted / username changed of the page. This makes the username unavailable for an unspecified period of time.


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What is See First: When you select a person or Page to see first, their posts appear at the top of your News Feed. Limit: You can select up to 30 people or Pages to see first. For more see the Help Centre. Edit after OPs' comment How to clear items from the list? From Help Center: To view your News Feed preferences: Click 'v' in the top-right ...


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I don't think Facebook provide any such feature except that download a copy of data. But you can hide your page from public by unpublishing it. Unpublished Pages are only visible to the people who manage the Page. From the Help Centre: Unpublishing your Page will hide it from the public, including the people who like your Page. To unpublish your ...


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Page > About > Team Members > Add yourself as a team member (you have to already be a page admin) https://www.facebook.com/help/1318804834897643?helpref=search&sr=4&query=add%20to%20team


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The "continue reading" is not placed there by the person. If the content of a post is too large, facebook will automatically minimize it, place the "continue reading" link at the end, and of course, link it to the whole posting. The link actually brings up the post not the page itself.


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There are no guarantees: Facebook's current policy is that the page-creator and current administrators' are not shown to people - but they could change their rules at any time.


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Fortunately you can now simply click the three dots on the page in question and choose "Switch Region...".


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You can delete the post and recreate it with pictures. Or you can add the pictures on the comment section. Cannot add Images, you can edit text.


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It's because that's how Facebook have designed Facebook Groups. See: https://www.facebook.com/help/147058305366686 It should only happen in Groups; people can't force you to "like" a page. (If you have liked a page that you didn't actually click "like" on, then it's either caused by a misplaced click when using the mobile app/website, or else it's caused ...


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Yes. Mary can invite her friend even if she is not an admin of that page or has not like or follow the page. If she (or anyone) visit your page (or any other page), she will see Invite friends to like this Page option on page on the left hand side. By clicking on that she can invite her friends to like your page. And as an admin she can do more things ...


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You can change your Church's Facebook Page but it requires that you have Administrator Privileges to that Page. Click About below your Page's cover photo Click Page Info in the left column Click to edit the Address section Add your address and click Save Changes


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There is no official way to unlike all the liked pages at once. You have to unlike one by one. For that type "Pages I like" in search bar at the top on right, it will list all the liked pages and you can unlike one by one. To unlike all the liked pages at once you can use third party tool. Facebook Social Toolkit It's an extension for Google Chrome. ...


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Facebook only loads the page a section at a time. If you were to look at the HTML when you first load the page, it only includes what you see. After you scroll to the bottom, and more of the page loads, then more HTML gets added. So if you try to download when the page first loads, you'll only get what's visible. Here's a solution: Open the Facebook page ...


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If you are frequent poster (means if you keep updating status, sharing etc), they will not get any notification but if you are posting something after a long time (3 weeks or more), they will get notifcation. There is no control. If you are writting something on your friend's wall, only they can control who can see that. You can't do anything in that, it ...


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Yes any Admin can remove or create new Admins. This is why you should only add people you trust as co-admins.


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The "recommendations" section on Facebook Pages is enabled/disabled by adding/removing the map address for your business. No one seems to know just why FB tied these two functionalities together, but to get rid of the "recommendations", you just need to remove the map display. From this quora question/answer Go to Page Settings -> Basic Information Uncheck ...


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Some posts from friends have the option of hiding posts from the source. On your Newsfeed, below the "(friend) liked this" line, hover over the page area's dropdown box and click "Hide all from (source)":


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There are three ways to stop the "Add city to" notification from bothering you. You've already mentioned the first two. The last is to simply remove the job from your profile. Sure, it would make things a little harder for people stalking you if you leave holes in your history, but Facebook is not a CV or resumé, so there's no harm in dropping things ...


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According to the Facebook Help team (1 2) Page admins are only visible if the page owner has featured them. To find out more information, you can view a page's Contact Info in the About section, or you can send the page a message.


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You can still use this option by making first you profile and converting it to a page. Read this https://www.facebook.com/help/www/116067818477568 otherwise go and create your page by migrating it to a page here https://www.facebook.com/pages/create.php?migrate . Notice the little yellow notifier on top of the page to learn more about "Profile To Business ...


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Only the Page Admin have the rights to change the page owner. There are no specific information on how to change the ownership in that page however you can transfer the page ownership from one account to another. What are the different Page roles and what can they do? To check your role on the page Click Settings at the top of your Page > Page Roles in ...


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If you want to transfer your Facebook PAGE to another person or account (who must have a Facebook profile) you need to ensure that they are your Facebook "Friend" or have "Liked" your PAGE. Go to your PAGE to manage the Admins > click "Edit Page" > Admin Roles. And start typing name so it appears and click on the profile to place it in the box, and then ...


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You essentially answered the question yourself, this is a privacy concern and Facebook will not share this data. Facebook even has given an official support answer on this question here. I will also copy their response in below: Thanks for your question. Posts about a Page respect the privacy settings of the people who create them. Page admins won't see ...


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No, Facebook does not allow to sell Facebook pages. It is a violation of Facebook terms. See the section 4, point 9: Registration and Account Security You will not transfer your account (including any Page or application you administer) to anyone without first getting our written permission.


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If you disabled your Facebook account, you are still in control of logging back into it and resume all functions. Once you disable and log back in, it becomes undisabled. Now, if Facebook, themselves, disabled your account, you have no abilities to control your account and/or pages. Your account and pages are under their control, until Facebook grants you ...


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It sounds like you should try using the Business Manager straight from Facebook. Simply have an administrator setup your business from business.facebook.com. Once you have the base setup you can add additional administrators or employees using just their email address - in this case you can use their business email. This will allow them to login without ...


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If you delete a comment, it deletes all replies to that comment.


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