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I looked on my Manage Friend's list and found similar people. However, when I click on their names, a dialog box with the following message appears: This account has been deactivated. Only you can see {friend's name} on your friends list. You have the option to unfriend {friend's name}. However, my friend's page looks different than yours, so there could ...


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Use Facebook Graph API /{user-id}/friendlists edge to read the list id, then use /{friendlist-id}/members edge to read its list of members and save it into a text editor. Join the two results into one, then use the same API to either create a new list or update one of the two lists with the new members.


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This is not possible anymore. A couple of years ago you could just choose the option "merge lists" in the drop-down-menu in the upper right corner of the list (See this post from 2011). But this is not possible since Facebook revamped the lists in 2011. Old lists (lists created before 3rd quarter of 2011) should still have the possibility to be merged into ...


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This Facebook app did it for me. Friend List Exporter https://apps.facebook.com/friendlistexporter You can export it into different formats too. - Download a basic textual list of your friends. - Download a basic textual list of your friends with profile links. - Download an html list of your friends with profile links and profile pictures. - Download a ...


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Quick and dirty: https://www.facebook.com/YOUR_ID?and=YOUR_FRIENDS_ID Or https://www.facebook.com/friendship/YOUR_ID/YOUR_FRIENDS_ID/ Where the IDs can be either the numeric ID or the chosen username. It works also if you are not friends with the respective person. You need only the id of his/her profile. Otherwise: Go to your friend's page Click on ...


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Alex is correct, but another way is to just hover over the name of your friend on one of their posts or comments and it will pop up with the number of mutual friends and pictures of up to 5 of them. Click on the number of mutual friends to see the complete list. Another way is to go to their profile, click on Friends, and then choose Mutual Friends from ...


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Go to your friend's page; Click on the "Gear" button in the upper-right corner; Click on See Friendship form the drop down menu; In the new page, You and Your Friend, on the left column you will see the Mutual Friends that you have.


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Go to your profile Click on the Edit Profile button, in the upper-right corner Go to Friends and Family At the Friends section, click on the visibility icon () Choose Only Me


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My friends list option is on the left hand side of the main page. The URL it links to is https://www.facebook.com/bookmarks/lists/


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To adjust who can see your Friends section: Go to your profile. Click Friends below your cover photo. Click at the top of the page and select Edit Privacy from the dropdown menu. Select an audience (ex: Friends, Public, Only me) to choose who you share your friend list with on your profile. This is well explained on Facebook help page: Who can see the ...


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Follow these simple steps. Click the “Friends” button underneath your cover photo. This will open a list of all of your friends. Click the “Manage” button. This is the little square button next to the “+Find Friends” button. It has a pencil icon on it. Select “Edit Privacy”. This will open a new window where you can adjust your privacy ...


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Yes you will be visible on your friends-friend list. AFAIK there is no way to disable this unless your friend too hides his/her friends list.


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Yes there is a way. Click the Friends tab on your timeline. On the top right corner of Friends page you'll see two buttons: Find Friends and Edit (a pencil like button). Click on the Edit button and click Edit privacy. The first option allows you to set who sees your friend list; set this to Only me and click Close. Your friend list is only visible to you ...


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The code you mentioned does not work as Facebook UI has changed and it will continue to change. Nevertheless, javascript:var x=document.getElementsByTagName("input");for(var i=0;i<x.length;i++) {if (x[i].type == 'checkbox') {x[i].click();}}; alert('Done, all your friends have been selected'); Source: http://olivo.net/2011/04/how-to-invite-all-your-...


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You can use http://www.circlehack.com/ made as an experiment by some Facebook engineers. The source is here if ever the site goes down https://github.com/voloko/facebook-circles


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In order to not see updates from people you have placed on your restricted list you'll have to go to their profile, mouse over "Subscribed" and then select "Unsubscribe". If you go to a Friend's profile and the word "Subscribe" is there you aren't subscribed to any of their posts, so none will be coming through on your newsfeed.


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After some searches I finally found the needed app.. Friends Manager CRM You can: Select one or more than one friends Drag&Drop friends from one list to another Display all friends/ all friends in one particular list / all friends in no list others (read the app description...)


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You will only be notified when a close friend interacts with their own timeline in the following ways: They posting a status update Post a photo Checkin Update their profile picture You can turn on/off these notifications via the instructions here


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Try going to the notification tab on top of Facebook page (the World looking one). Put your mouse over the notification spam. Click the x on the top right of that notification. Then click turn off. Hope that helps.


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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 ...


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Ask them. If they're really your friend, they will tell you the truth.


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Log into your Facebook account and choose "Privacy Settings" from the drop-down menu at the top Next, click "Manage Blocking" next to the last option, "Blocked People and Apps." This will bring you to the settings page for adding friends to your restricted list and blocking Facebook users, as well as blocking app and event invites. Please read here it has a ...


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You have to go into settings menu (the right simbol on the top bar); Then go to the block settings at the left bar; Insert the name of your friend you want to block the invites the third field) In the image you can see the three steps in my italian version on facebook


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It's a little hidden, but this is what I found. In the left menu, find the section labeled FRIENDS If you hover your mouse pointer over that section, a link MORE will appear. Click that. Now you should see a list of the system-level lists that Facebook has (e.g., Close friends, Acquaintances), the lists automatically created for you (e.g., schools, former ...


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Using the API is an option when tied into a Facebook app. SELECT uid2 FROM friend WHERE uid1=me() That query will only produce user IDs, but that would solve your problem. You can also use the graph API to expand on that if you pick up your own access token. This query will allow you to find usernames for each ID. Alternatively, you could use the full ...


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