Well, unfortunately we Facebook users simply can’t block invitations to "like" pages yet (as of June, 2020)
However, here’s what you can do: on a desktop browser, visit this page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/?category=invites. It aggregates all of your page invites in a single place, and you can dismiss them one by one (click on the × that ...
Go to the app-version of messenger. Click the chat head in the left upper corner with your own image. A menu appears. Choose message requests. You come to a folder separated in two categories. Choose Spam. These are the messages marked as spam either by you or Facebook. To get it back to your inbox, the only solution I've found so far is to reply to it, but ...
Not really. These sites do have an API, but they're more limited than the SQL access you get with SEDE. There may be third party tools that utilize the API to get more powerful data out of it, but which one of those comes closest to what you want to do is out of scope for this forum.
The APIs in question can be found here:
The workaround I am currently using is to "Sort By" "Distance" "Nearest First"
This gets rid of all the "ships to you", but also presents a lot of items that don't match my search term.
Facebook gonna Facebook.
Facebook doesn't provide native methods for hiding most of their side panels and other assorted annoying page elements, luckily there are third party methods to do such things, a browser add-on I use and trust has many such options for hiding the annoying parts of Facebook you just wish would all go away. Facebook has complicated matters lately because they ...
I'm not certain of how Facebook may be doing this but I do have some ideas as to what to try. I'll skip over what you've done already.
A good idea would be to use a VPN and a new browser and see if you can make a new account, I would also avoid maximizing the browser window and ensure the browser is not sharing your location data.
Bear in mind that web ...
This was such a long drag, but I have found the solution.
Long story short, he had to remove the page from his business account for it to become "unclaimed" after which I claimed it with the actual business account.
The site HowToGeek gives a fairly detailed description of how to turn these notifications on, and you can go through the same steps to turn them off.
Your friend should check the following:
1. Go to your Facebook page (not theirs)
2. Click the Friends button on your cover photo
3. Click "Get Notifications" so that there is NOT a check mark next to it.
I expected that this only happens via cookies (and other locally stored state) combined with login accounts since IP addresses are commonly shared, including between parents and children, and your ISP can reallocate them, but see the Update below.
You can protect from the IP address possibility by using your phone's cellular connection (turn off WiFi), or ...
Facebook's various mobile apps (including Messenger) have been known or suspected of using the phone's contacts, call logs, and GPS location to suggest "people you may know." This can be creepy and troubling.
See Facebook’s ‘People You May Know’ feature can be really creepy. How does it work?
If you give Facebook your phone number even just for login ...
Form is the only way to reach out to Facebook. I have not seen any other way to contact Facebook.
You are not getting response because sometimes they take around months to reply. And sometimes they do not restore account at all if they notice policy violation.
From the link (Help Center) you have given in question:
Keep in mind that in some cases we may ...
TL;DR: For George's issue, on Facebook, choosing Notifications -> "Mark All as Read" fixed this issue.
From my research it looks like this is the result of:
Your notifications needing time to sync between phone and computer
Facebook scripts not updating correctly due to old cached data
You have a browser or plug-in that is blocking some scripts from
If you go to the person's profile and the button says "Pending" then that means they didn't see the request or ignored it. If you have the option to add them again then that means the request was rejected. If the person you sent the request to marked the request as spam then you will not be able to send them another request again.
First thing, you should not share your Facebook password with anyone else. It's a violation of Facebook’s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities to share or solicit a Facebook password.
not share your password, give access to your Facebook account to others or transfer your account to anyone else (without our permission).
So, if you are sharing it with ...
You will find all the websites that give Facebook your activity.
Amazon, google and everyone that you use games etc will give your info to Facebook. That’s why when you search on amazon or google they appear in your feed
They are unavailable.
If you use a computer log into your Facebook account.
Go to members on the left and click. Down the middle there should be a list of every member starting from admin/mods etc. On the right you should see a list that says unavailable. You will find there name in there. We delete the ones that we can. Some won’t let you.
After 2020.10.31, "Facebook Notes" (A, B) is being deprecated (programmer-speak for a "Deleted"/"Killed" feature basically) quietly/silently with nearly zero warning.Their entire/only warning message, only shows at facebook.com/($user)/notes_drafts in 1-2 lines, is easy for anybody to miss.
Their reason we have to guessvestigate ...
Rich Clark: Note the excerpt above from Facebook's ToS:
This IP License ends when you delete your IP content or your account
unless your content has been shared with others, and they have not
When you delete your photos, FB loses the non-exclusive, royalty-free license to use them. The “unless…” part is tricky however, because if your ...
As far as I know, only Facebook Analytics provides such kind of functionalities.
All other tools that you may find online are either not working,
or are illegal.
See this answer that you might find helpful.
Here's the trick:
First, you need to switch to "Classic Facebook", as the "new Facebook" (as of May 2020) does not have the option.
Then, go to https://www.facebook.com/memories/ and disable notifications:
Privacy changes, scraping and general "aggressive" signup flows to Facebook have caused sharing public photos to be a slightly annoying process however it's still possible.
As long as the album is "Public" non-Facebook users will see it.
Yes, you will still see the dialog asking a user to sign up you can call it aggressive signup flows ...
I know this sounds silly, but have you tried simply pressing enter?
I just done this on the web app (with Facebook's native dark theme enabled) in Chrome with a EN-UK keyboard and it worked.
I have never had any issues with carriage returns on Facebook status in the mobile and desktop web-app or the android app.
Depending on your Page's category, different features are available for your Page. The table below outlines the different Page categories (across) and the features that are available to them (down):