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I had the same problem, the option doesnt appear, but I've found Facebook gives you another integrated tool where you can do it, it's called creator studio. Facebook creator studio There you can create a post from Facebook for Instagram, and checkmark that it also appears in certain Facebook page.


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I tried it once and my account was locked by Facebook because it detects an abnormal velocity of entries. There could be around 25-30 posts in a single day with sufficient time margins. I did it with zapier. Zap gave errors so i stopped. Now i must create fake accounts to import that many registers every single day. It may sound silly but try it. I need ...


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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 ...


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I sent multiple messages to Facebook via the "report a problem" option by logging in to another account. Happy to report that my profile has been recovered, I have gained back access to my profile . I can log back in and and all my content is still there. It was after about 26 hours since the issue occurred.


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When an account gets deleted permanently, and if you have had a conversation with that account earlier, it shows as Facebook user. It simply means other person's account has been deleted permanently.


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I think I found the answer. If you go to the Review page, you can see now the block, that states: And if you click on it, you will see a slider with explanatory text: And you can easily check it in the recommendation form before publishing: So the main purpose of these tags is obviously to be highlights in the recommendations: Apparently when you suggest ...


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This is a SEO technique so Facebook Users searching for businesses, in basic terms, can find them - hopefully tagged so they meet their needs, wants, and location. You can see in the marked example image above, the tagged business's profile is marked with Search Engine Optimization in the CSS script. Those particular business profile tags are a user-facing ...


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This helps with Facebook's own Search Engine Optimisation. It means that you are more likely to appear in search results if a user searches for one or more of these tag words.


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If you know what day it was you can just search back on that day/the day either side of it, and check every year until you find it. I forgot to save something from yesterdays memories so I went on yesterdays date and checked my activity for 2019 2018 etc. till I found it.


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Not 100% sure but looking at the names of the tags they reminds me of filters that are being used when searching for something. Maybe used for integration with search engines like google etc (Google asks in their 'Local guides' questions like 'Is this place popular among groups?', 'Does this place have wifi?' ,...)


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According to https://www.facebook.com/help/131351653607683 you will have to wait one year before being able to send another request.


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I figured out the solution to this problem. Go to your Facebook profile > Settings > Business integrations > you will see all the apps connected to your profile including IFTTT. Click on 'view and edit'. A pop up window will show you section "What business features can be managed". Your pages are listed there and all those managed by IFTTT are ticked ...


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Assuming you're on desktop off on the right-hand side below a couple ads you should see several languages listed. If I put my facebook in Spanish it looks similar to Español · English (US) · Português (Brasil) · Français (France) · Deutsch Another option is to click this link which will bring you directly to your accounts language page, and on the ...


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You can start a separate page for your non personal work.


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You can view a Facebook link in a browser without being logged in if it's set as "public." Facebook will ask for a log in, but it will still show the post and comments on a page by itself. Look at the post you want them to see. At the very top is the name of the user/account that posted it. Directly under that is an indication of when it was posted ("4 ...


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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.


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