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In the search bar, type posts by me and then the string you are searching for. The new Facebook Graph Search should return all relevant posts by you.


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Click the update info button of whatever information you wish to update and hit edit. Click the privacy setting button next to the specific item you will change, and then change the setting to “Only Me.” Enter your new information, and then save it. Because you set the privacy setting to "Only Me" no one will see the information on their feed but can't see ...


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Show on Timeline forces the Activity to be shown on the timeline Allow on Timeline just enables posting of that activity to timeline, it still may or may not end up on your timeline...the power to whether show or not resides with Facebook's feed algorithms you can always watch over https://facebook.com/{your username}/allactivity to toggle show/allow and ...


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Just bookmark this facebook link http://facebook.com/?sk=h_chr Other than this I don't think there is a better way. There were browser plugins that did this but they don't work now.


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No. Per this post in the Facebook Help community from a verified Facebook Help Team member, this feature is not available. Is there a "on this day" archives you can search for previous posts you have made? I can only view todays "one this day" provided in my notifications and can not search previous "on this day" that have been ...


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As per this Facebook Community Help Post: Click "Add Photo/Video", and then click back to "Write Post" and it will link fine!!!


3

If you post directly on their timeline, they control the privacy setting. They have just one setting for all posts that others post on their timeline. If they have it set to Friends, then only their friends will be able to see it. If they have it set to Friends of Friends or Public then your friends (and all other friends of friends) will be able to see ...


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To unhide the “Likes” tab on your Facebook page: Go to the top of the page and look for About; Click on the picture of the pen on the far right; Click Edit Sections; Check the sections that you want showing on your About page (ex: Likes, Movies, Music, TV, Books); Click Save.


3

Facebook has added the function "Include Original Post" now.


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No. There is no option to delete multiple post simultaneously. The only option 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.


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Yes Make a post set to public then: Click the Activity Log button near the top of your timeline Click the pencil button next to whatever update you just made and select "Hidden from Timeline"


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No, it is not possible to backdate a Facebook post without the little clock icon indicating that you've done so. That shows the edit history. That is Facebook feature which tell the audience what was the original post and when/what edited later. To remove that little clock icon you can repost the post and delete the original one.


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Go to "Actions" at the top of the page next to the person's name and the "New message" button. Go down to "Delete Messages," then on the bottom, under your last message posted, there will be a message saying, "Select messages to delete." Then little empty boxes appear next to each message in the conversation. You check them then click the delete button ...


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Navigate in Facebook to Privacy Settings > Use Activity Log. Find something heavy and pointy enough to hold down the End or Page Down key on your keyboard, and set it into place. Enjoy some fresh squeezed lemonade. Come back later. Use Ctrl+F to search within the web browser page.


2

There isn't really anyway to know for sure why friend A sees the section and friend B does not. You may need to compare actual activity per post. For example my music section will always appear regardless of what future privacy setting I have placed because all previous stories were set to public. The same goes for the likes section You can try setting the ...


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As to my knowledge you can't. I've tried this a few times, and the only way was to just scroll through until I found what I was looking for.


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afaik, what you've asked is not directly possible but this is possible : go to https://www.facebook.com/{your username}/friends click edit icon , click edit privacy change Friend List to only me pro - you can hide being displayed as mutual friend so people won't know if the person is your friend or not con - people from your friend might still end up being ...


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No, this isn't possible with Facebook natively. You will need to use the API to build this (which is outside the scope of this site)


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You can create a friend list that does not contain your parents, and then post to that friend list using the Audience Selector under the post box, when you make a post.


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Go to the person's profile and click "Following" to remove the checkmark. You'll remain friends with the person, but their updates etc. will not find their way to your feed. Facebook Help: Follow


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Technically, you could create one or more Facebook Pages to which you could then share these posts (even if this is not the "traditional" use-case for setting up a Page). Each such Page could be named according to its respective topic, and could be categorized in one of many different ways: for example, under "Other"/"Just For Fun." Pages, like personal ...


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According to the Facebook Community Questions thread on this, the only statuses Facebook shows by default in the newsfeed are in a relationship it’s complicated widowed open relationship However, someone posted a useful workaround wherein you can add the end of your relationship as a "life event" (added emphasis mine). Go to your "About" ...


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When you upload the photo, simply change the privacy setting to "Only Me".


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Diaspora will need read_stream permission as a third party application which they will not be approved, This permission is granted to apps building a Facebook-branded client on platforms where Facebook is not already available. For example, Android and iOS apps will not be approved for this permission. In addition, Web, Desktop, in-car and TV apps will ...


2

If you look at the setting to control tagging it has the explanation that you're looking for. It says "Note: This only controls what's allowed on your timeline Posts you're tagged in still appear in search, news feed and other places on Facebook."


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No, it's not possible. Ads are targeted with real time bidding meaning that ads that are most likely to generate the most revenue to Facebook are displayed to you. That means that there are "infinitive" number of ads that could be displayed to you. It might be that Facebook keep a list of what ads have been displayed to you (in order to optimize what future ...


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There doesn't seem to be a way currently to check this. The only list that is shown is a list of apps hidden.


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Unless you've posted to your timeline as Public, your membership to a group doesn't influence who sees your timeline posts(unless you've added them as a friend).


2

This Chrome extension does exactly what you want: Facebook Post Manager


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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 ...


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