Have you tried Google Image search?
Facebook profile photos are public (for discoverable accounts). If they have used the photo relatively recently a reverse image search may be helpful.
From Google Image Search, click the camera icon in the search bar ("search by image"), then choose the option to upload an image. (If you have a modern browser, you can ...
There is no official way to do so.
But if you found that picture from web and have not changed the name that file, you can search the id of Facebook profile using the number given in photo file name.
For example: suppose you have downloaded that pic from web and it saved as 41480_10738811_7375_n.jpg, so here the middle number i.e. 10738811 is the profile ...
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 ...
It looks to be a referrer for Facebook's analytics.
fref=ts on the end of the URL means that the page was linked from a "Top Search". Basically the user was sent there from a search engine result.
fref=nf means that the user arrived from their news feed.
I'm thinking that fref=uri means that the user arrived from an external site.
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/
Once you are blocked on Facebook you are blocked from seeing that person's profile and anything about that person while you are logged into the account that is blocked.
However, if you create a second account or have a second account to log into then you can see that person's profile with the second account that is not blocked. As far as the full profile ...
You do it in two steps:
Step one: delete it from the Other Phones section and click Save.
Step two: add it to the Mobile Phones section and click Save.
The thing is to save the edit between deleting it from one section and adding it to another one.
(I just tested it and it works.)
You can click on Edit Sections (as explained in Facebook Help) and unclick the Groups item in order to hide it from your About section.
However, as stated in that Edit Sections area:
If you hide a section, individual stories can still appear on your timeline, in News Feed and elsewhere on Facebook.
It seems that it is not possible to totally hide your ...
I had the same problem. I was attempting "Associate Editor" but someone had put it in as "Associate editor". I put an extra space between the two words and got the "Create Associate Editor" option at the bottom of the dropdown list. I selected it, and it appears to work. The extra space is either not very noticeable on a profile, or Facebook autocorrected it....
Facebook won't allow you to hide your profile picture and cover photo (these will be always public, no matter what are you settings). The workaround is to simply change/blur the profile picture, create a fake profile (which isn't allowed) or deactivating your account for some period of time.
On Facebook Help Centre we can read:
Anyone can see ...
Of course you can remove it.
Click on "Edit Profile"
Click on "Work and Education"
For each job listed either
Click the "privacy" menu to choose who can see the job (e.g., Public, Friends, Only Me, etc.)
Under "Options" choose "Edit" to make changes or just "Delete" if you want it gone
If you want it "gone" gone from your Facebook profile, then delete it. ...
No, as of now this kind of function is not available.
The only option to delete is one post at a time either using the dropdown menu for a post on your Timeline (click the 'V' in the upper right corner of the post) or in your Activity Log click the pencil icon to the right of an item.
If you want delete old posts you can select year, then it will show all ...
Here I assume by username you mean profile name. If so, you must know officially Facebook doesn't allow to change the font of the name. See What names are allowed on Facebook?.
Some people use different font/style using some script or third party tool (like Unicode Text Converter). You can also do the same. Change the font of your name and copy paste it on ...
As you have followed the procedure, now wait for the Facebook response. They will come back (mostly). Generally it takes one week to one month (my experience, there is no fix time).
This happens due to security reason. When Facebook detect some unusual activity which doesn't follow the Community Standards, they ask for identification and other proofs, ...
Yes, once you delete your account it will disappear from everywhere immediately.
When you delete your account, people won't be able to see it on Facebook. It may take up to 90 days from the beginning of the deletion process to delete all of the things you've posted, like your photos, status updates or other data stored in backup systems. While Facebook ...
A Facebook account comes already with a Jabber ID, firstname.lastname@example.org and the password is the same as your account.
You can find it in the profile; it's called "username" or something like that.
However, a few months ago when you try to use and external XMPP client, Facebook will alert you to allow such type of connection. And now you can't use any ...
You can change which sections of your timeline are available to view.
Hover your mouse pointer over any box on your own timeline and look for the "Pencil" icon that shows up, via the "Manage Sections" optoin, it allows you to edit the visibility of that box, some boxes (such as your friends list page) also allow you to edit the privacy of that box.
FB doesn't allow you that now. but here is a simple trick.
Go to facebook's mobile site (not mobile app) => m.facebook.com
Click on Profile > Photos > Profile Pictures > Upload profile picture
For more info and detail read this => http://www.digitalshangrila.com/facebook/upload-profile-picture-facebook-without-cropping/
Facebook Pages are public, subject to any country and age restrictions set by the Page administrators. There's no way to hide your activity on public Pages administered by others, from casual viewing or from Graph Search.
For Facebook Groups, it depends on how the Group was created:
Yes, he can. His friends will become subscribers to the new page.
When you convert your personal account to a Facebook Page, we'll transfer your current profile picture and add all your friends and subscribers as people who like your Page. Your account's username will become the username for your Page, and the name associated with your personal account will ...
The image Download button does not appear if the image is a Cover Photo (in the 'Cover Photos' album). The Download button appears if the image is not a Cover Photo, even if it's uploaded by a non-Facebook friend.
The Chrome extension, DownAlbum or equivalent User/Greasemonkey script for other browsers like Firefox, will allow you to download the full-...
The Download button is still in use, but you will not be able to use it to download photos from "non-friends" that you have on Facebook. This is most likely more of a privacy style feature. To save a photo from someone you are not friends with you could do something like switching to full screen mode and right clicking and saving the picture. This will get ...
Yes, its still there, its now in the "About" section of the profile page under the "Details About You" sub-heading. To edit it, if you hover over the quotes section, an edit link should appear at the top right, simply click it to edit the section.