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As of 10/11/13: Click on your name in top right corner Click “Friends” at the top Click the pencil image to “Manage” Click “Edit Privacy” Modify “Friend List” section by selecting from the drop down menu If you have timeline (which I assume you have): Go to your profile Click on your friends list Click on Edit In the popup, click on the icon from the ...


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Go to your activity log (https://www.facebook.com/<yourusername>/allactivity) and filter by friends. Direct link: https://www.facebook.com/<yourusername>/allactivity?privacy_source=activity_log&log_filter=cluster_8


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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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It looks like Facebook has done another update so everyone gets more notifications. This thread on the Facebook forum has a couple of solutions suggested, this one seems to have the most love: Go to the top of your screen and click the little globe symobol where you can view your recent notifications. Hover over one of the them on the top left and ...


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There is no daily limit of friends requests. The only limit is having a total of 5000 friends.


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Facebook does not make available any list of friends or non-friends that have viewed your profile/timeline. The list you are referencing is the list of friends in the chat sidebar that appears on the right side of the window (if it is wide enough). Facebook claims that this shows the the friends that you've interacted with frequently or recently on ...


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You can now go to the friend requests page at https://www.facebook.com/friends/requests/ and select "View Sent Requests" which will take you to this page https://www.facebook.com/friends/requests/?fcref=ff&outgoing=1. This should give you a list of friend requests you sent.


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This answer was close, go to Facebook Privacy Settings, Edit Settings, How Tags Work. Then click on Tag Review. You'll then need to manually review any time someone tags you, but it lets you decline location tags (as well as pics and posts if that's to your liking).


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Go to Facebook Privacy Settings Click on Edit Settings next to How Tags Work (second from the top) Click on Friends Can Check You Into Places using mobile Places app (the lowest option) and disable it Click OK


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They seem to have removed the button, but there is a workaround. Copy the username of the person you want to add as a friend (just under Created by; 'GamingSE' in your example), and then go to your Inbox > Address Book. Click on New > Contact... and type in the username inside the Username box on the right pane. Now click Save, select that user, click Add ...


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Go to the Profile page of person you want to unfollow. You will find a wrench icon called "Controls" right bellow the "Quests". Open the "Controls" by clicking on the little arrow next to it, then you will found the "unfollow" button.


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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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And he could never do this, he thinks that it is very stupid to provide his passwords anywhere. I just tried this on my own Facebook account with both Google and Hotmail (my FB account is attached to the Hotmail account), and neither option in the Find Friends section requested any password. I am already authenticated with Google and Hotmail in another ...


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It is not a fixed daily limit, however to prevent spam and abuse, Facebook may delay some friend request notifications or temporarily block you from sending more friend requests if you already have a number of unanswered friend requests, or if you send friend requests that are marked as spam, or the person says that they don't know you, or people report you, ...


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This article explains how to migrate your friends to a fan page.


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You can see the relationship between two users by using their username or Facebook id. Use the below link if you know the username: https://www.facebook.com/USER1?and=USER2 Where USER1 is A and USER2 is B. If you have Facebook id instead of username, use this link: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=ID1&and=ID2 Where ID1 is A's Facebook id and ...


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Per Facebook help: There's currently no place on the site where you can see all your sent pending requests. However, if you go to someone's profile (timeline) you can tell your friend status based on the following. If you see Add as Friend, then you don't have a friend request pending. If you see Awaiting friend confirmation, you'll know that ...


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Try this link: https://www.facebook.com/YOURNAME/timeline/2015/12 one of the sections should appear like so: (for November change the 12 in the link to 11, etc.)


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Try going to http://www.facebook.com/settings?tab=timeline - right to "Who can see things on my timeline?" there will be "Who can see posts you've been tagged in on your timeline?" and next to that an "Edit" button. Press it and change the setting to 'Everyone'.


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No, there is no way to just hide one person on the mutual friends list. FYI: How Facebook reveals your friends list even when it’s set to private.


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There is more in the source but maybe this is enough: When you add someone to your Restricted list, they'll only be able to see your Public content or posts that you tag them in. So if you put your boss on your Restricted list, post a photo and choose Friends as the audience, your boss (and anyone else on Restricted) won’t see that photo. However, if you ...


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I've seen this many times. Common causes: Location services get turned off (either in Facebook app or on the phone itself) Facebook is closed on the other person's phone. Won't update locations if facebook isnt open. Phone is off / battery dead Location services on their phone is unable to find the location. Example, in a high rise building, in a mall, ...


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There is no way of blocking comments on this specific kind of posts. If you don't want specific people to see your posts, you can exclude them from the audience. Checkout Facebook Help.


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That means that you have 1 mutual friend but that person's Facebook account is currently deactivated. That person may reactivate their account at some point and would retain their friends. These people will show up in your own list of friends (so that you can still unfriend them if desired), but not in lists of mutual friends of in friends of others, even ...


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If you have a list of friends you want to see this information about - add them into a list from here + click on Create List. One option is the to add them to a list called Close Friends, as Shinigamae suggested. I prefer a custom list, since Close Friends will notify you on any post they make and will probably make you feed centered around these people (it'...


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You can add them to the list Close friends. Every action of them will be shown, including adding new friends or following someone. No one know your Close friends list, neither those in this list. But you will be able to see such notifications only if your friends allows to share it with their friends.


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I found it myself by going here and archive the list(s) we don't want.


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After much fidgeting about with Facebook's markup, I believe I have found a way. For all the situations I have tested it in, this method has worked. So here's how you can get a link to a specific comment: Below every comment in Facebook, is a little stamp that tells you when the comment was posted. As circled above, if you right click on that time stamp, ...


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