I have just one thing to say if that can help you out. Please visit Facebook and go to the activity log, if you remember the date or month filter it in the search and there you may be able to do some action. I don't know exactly but I think you may find a way there.
Let me know further.
Yeah you can, just not directly.
If you wrote the memory personally, click search and type your name and some of the words from the post if you remember them. It should come up.
This is yesterday's memory, I found it by typing in what I remembered from it.
When you register, we will generate a unique App ID for your app. You will use this a lot, since it must be included when making any calls to our APIs. All of our SDKs provide a way for you to easily set this so it will automatically be included with any API calls.
Source : Facebook for dev
Note : You need this metatags only in case you create an ...
On one of my FB pages, I had the cross-post option but I just realized today it's missing now. But on my other page, I've never managed to enable the cross-posting option :(, and I set up everything exactly you did.
To view your older messages (messenger chat history) please follow these 2 simple steps:
1. Go to Messages
2. Choose the thread of the friend you want to search. Scroll all the way till you find the message you want.
(Optional) If by scrolling you can not find the message, click on Options (the little cog) and then on Open in Messenger to see all ...
Your question is somewhat unclear so these official pages will help you find your answer.
How do I turn Messenger notifications on or off?
How do I choose which Facebook notifications I want to get as text messages (SMS)?
How do I change my notification settings for a Page?
How do I adjust my email notifications from Facebook?
Choose What You're Notified ...
As stated on the official Facebook help page:
The name on your profile should be the name that your friends call you in everyday life. This name should also appear on an ID or
document from our ID list.
Nicknames can be used as a first or middle name if they're a variation of your authentic name (like Bob instead of Robert).
You can also ...