To download your data, log into Facebook, then click the little arrow in the top right and select "Account Settings".
In the bottom left of your "General Account Settings" find the line of text that says "Download a copy of your Facebook data" and click the link.
I assume you want to end the Facebook session (log out) on the iPod? To do that, follow these steps:
Go to the Security tab and click the Where You're Logged In section
Here you'll find all logged in sessions. You can choose to End activity on all those associated with the iPod. In the below picture you see those associated with my Android ...
Facebook has comment spam filters that will, by default, hide certain comments (unless the post owner goes in and manually unhides them). The comments remain in the comment count but don't show up to the public (if it's your post you can see three dots and click to manage the spam posts).
I'm not sure if there is an official list of what's spam-worthy ...
It is now possible to edit your facebook posts. There is a down arrow at the top right of each post made by you that has the text "Edit..." where you can change the text of your posts.
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 ...
To start, use a computer and open the Google Chrome browser. If you don’t have Google Chrome, then download it. Then use the Google Chrome browser to go to http://m.facebook.com/messages/
Then click the person you want to see the first message with.
Now press Ctrl+Shift+J and then paste this code into the lower window that pops up, and then press Enter. It ...
Here are the steps you should follow
Note:You shouldn't use greasemonkey scripts for Facebook. Unless you read over the code to know what is actually happening. Very sensitive information and greasemonkey support has been removed as native from browsers for many with malicious intent. And the fact that notifications are ...
Okay I have found the solution to block this status.
Basically Facebook uses a timer and so it will send a heartbeat message to their servers with the idle time every x minutes.
Here is an example of such web request:
It is not neccessary to go through the deactivation 2 week wait, you can delete your account directly at:
If you do not think you will use Facebook again and would like your account deleted, we can take care of this for you. Keep in mind that you will not be able to reactivate your account or retrieve any of the ...
In uBlock Origin, AdBlock Plus, or a similar extension that can use ABP filters, simply add the ff. as a custom filter, which will disable the other party from receiving the seen by notification:
If you'd rather not use any of the above browser extensions, you could also just archive the ...
Great question, though there doesn't appear to be any definitive answer. I think @1kenthomas 's answer is better than the accepted one, as there was (presumably) an attempt to obtain empirical evidence.
So, I've done a series of manual tests as of a few minutes ago, and the result was exactly 7,897 characters was the limit. Even one character more causes ...
You cannot find it out
You cannot see who has blocked you on Facebook. If the user who has blocked you has checked the "report this to user" button, then you will be informed that you have been blocked for so and so reason, but the username of the user who has blocked you will not be revealed. This is part of Facebook's privacy and security measures. And to ...
I wrote a user script that does that!
Available on my GitHub, on Greasy Fork and OpenUserJS, under the MIT license.
What it does
It checks if it's on a video page (URL contains /videos/) and if so:
It checks every half a second if the popup appeared, and if so - removes it.
It also cancels the next video from playing automatically.
The code snippet
It all depends on your privacy settings.
The default for actions is often that "friends of friends" can see actions.
You can control the visibility of a post when you post it. Make sure the default action for that is "Friends" only. This can be done on the Privacy Settings and Tools page via the "Who can see my stuff?" option:
Then go to the Timeline and ...
The Photos Link download is
The Photos Preview will be
Hi, first of all I'd like to share my methodology:
The first step was to find out how these tweets were being posted (e.g. using a Twitter client such as TweetDeck, a third-party service such as Facebook, or directly from the Twitter website). Until recently, this could be done from Twitter itself, but they've recently removed this information from the ...
Its basically a legal advert virus that relies on one person to sign up and invite all their phone/facebook contacts (which it ...
You can only promote a post on Facebook once. If you want to promote it again, you'll need to create a new post and promote that.
You can only publicise a recently made post. This is usually up to three days. If it's from a personal account, it's within the last six:
Why can't I promote a post?
You can only promote posts you've shared recently, ...
You actually deactivate it, and once you do that all your comments, likes, shares, post and everything associated with your profile disappears like it never existed. But your message conversation will still be visible on your friend's inbox just there won't be your profile picture and link to it.
If you reactivate the account in future all your likes, ...
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 ...
You can use the Activity Log feature of Facebook to search your comments.
Log in to https://facebook.com/.
Open your profile and from the top of the page (on top of your cover photo), click View Activity Log.
From the Filters menu, click Comments.
All your comments will begin loading. Use the Activity Search box to filter to comments between you and the ...
You should be able to search your timeline with Qsearch
Enter your query after authorizing the application and you should see something like the following
There is also the option to search other timelines
It searches the metadata as well so you can search for YouTube videos like