Tip & How-To about Facebook Social Network

Quick links into your facebook account security / privacy settings

Worried out your facebook account settings then here are most of the direct URL's that will allow you to change these settings you will be prompted to login to your own account.

SET USERNAMES FOR USERS AND PAGES
http://www.facebook.com/username

When you have over 25 members you can goto this link and create a vanity concatenated username for the facebook search engines, alphanumeric plus full stops only.

For Example this facebook page

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Windows-Tips-Club/134565513231284

can be renamed to either

http://www.facebook.com/Windows.Tips.Club
http://www.facebook.com/WindowsTipsClub
NOT
http://www.facebook.com/Windows-Tips-Club


Make sure that it is what you really want to do because its a one shot affair, and can only be changed to a username that has not already been taken.

NOTE this helpful facebook tip the fullstops in the username are the same as the username without so its a good idea to use the first to regsiter the page the one without the stops will be redirected to the same page.
http://www.facebook.com/help/?page=897#!/help/?faq=15310



This screendump tells us that this is a one way ticket but can be reclaimed for unauthorized use the easiest way to tell facebook this is to use the Report Page link underneath the favourite pages link next to Create and Like otherwise you need to use the same form as shown below for copyright infringement.

If you think that someone has used your name, either impersonating you OR your company OR sitting on it so that they can sell it to you for cash you can request use the form below.

Notice of Intellectual Property Infringement (Non-Copyright Claim)http://www.facebook.com/legal/copyright.php?noncopyright_notice=1 DMCA (United States Digital Millennium Copyright Act) Notice of Copyright Infringement http://www.facebook.com/legal/copyright.php?copyright_notice=1


ACCOUNT PRIVACY QUICK URLS and FORM LINKS.

GENERAL PRIVACY
http://www.facebook.com/settings/?tab=privacy#!/settings/?tab=privacy

CUSTOM PRIVACY
http://www.facebook.com/settings/?tab=privacy#!/settings/?tab=privacy§ion=custom

PHOTO PRIVACY
http://www.facebook.com/settings/?tab=privacy#!/privacy/?view=photos

BLOCKLISTS
http://www.facebook.com/settings/?tab=privacy#!/settings/?tab=privacy§ion=block

APPLICATIONS, WEBSITES and GAMES
http://www.facebook.com/settings/?tab=privacy#!/settings/?tab=privacy§ion=apps


REQUEST TO BECOME AN ADMIN
http://www.facebook.com/help/contact.php?show_form=secret_admin

E-MAIL : domain@facebook.com to request admin rights you will need the group ID number and be a member of the group you may have to wait upto 3 weeks for a reply.

REQUEST TO ENABLE AN ACCOUNT EMAIL : disabled@facebook.com to request to have your account re-enabled after being banned for possible misuse and breach of the code of conduct.


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Need to delete facebook account of my 12 year old...unable to remember e-mail address or password.


Contact facebook and explain the situation,they can remove it for you.If you open another account go to settings and put in an alternate e-mail address for future reference.

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I want to have a account with facebook and to have only one password and user name help!!!


Did you know that you can personalize your Facebook business or profile page by choosing your own individual Username?
Any Facebook user can now get an individualized and searchable Facebook URL, making it easier for your friends, fans, or customers to find you.
Here is How To Get Your Facebook Username.

Facebook allows you to personalize your Facebook URL, or webpage.
If you haven't already chosen a username and you log into your Facebook account, the web address URL that shows in the address bar at the top of the page looks something like this:
www.facebook.com/profile.phd?id=478259118.
Your default Facebook URL is just a randomly generated number that identifies your page to Facebook.
Not very exciting, is it? And most of all, not very personal or searchable!
Facebook offers you the opportunity to make your page unique by allowing you to pick a personalized ending to the URL for your page.
Whereas your Facebook webpage was
www.facebook.com/profile.phd?id=478259118,
it can now be www.facebook.com/john.smith, or www.facebook.com/acme.inc.
You can use your name, a nickname, a business name, or choose anything that you want to represent you and your presence on Facebook.
You can create a personalized URL for your Facebook profile and any Facebook Pages that you administer.
The only condition for naming Facebook Pages (often called Fan Pages, and used for a business, band, or celebrity), is that you must have more than 100 Fans/Followers of your page before you can do this.
This is subject to change by Facebook, so they may lower that requirement later on.

To claim your personalized Facebook URL, log in to Facebook and go to the link, http://www.facebook.com/username.
This link in the Resources section below for you to click on.
Once you are there, Facebook will suggest some Usernames for you to pick.
Facebook's picks will be based on your name or other account information, and there may be one that is exactly what you want, so go ahead and select it.
You may also create your own Username. Facebook allows you to choose any name or word you want to represent your page, as long as it meets their standards and is available.
Type in a Username you want, and then check availability.
Facebook will let you know if you can have that Username, and then you have the option of selecting it or checking for more names.
Be careful what you choose! Once you pick a Username, it is not editable or transferable to another account, so pick well!
Make sure it is spelled correctly, and that it is a name you won't have second thoughts about later.
Once you have decided on the Username you want and find out that it is available, click on the "Confirm" button and the name is yours!
Facebook will confirm that your Username has been set!
You may not be able to get the exact Username you want.
If Facebook informs you that the name isn't available, you will have to try another form of the name or word, or move onto some other choice.
Usernames are First Come, First Serve, so if you want yours, claim it now!



http://www.facebook.com/username

Aug 04, 2013 | Don Computers & Internet

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hi i set the settings of my facebook account wherein before i can log in to my account it will ask me for what would be my computer name. i tried all possible names but still it didn't work. is their a way were i can get rid of that prompt?


computer name as in the name of the computer you are using? find it here start>right click my computer> click computer name tab

if you mean username its your profile URL well minus the http://facebook.com/ part <---this is only if you set up a username on facebook its optional

Apr 01, 2011 | Facebook Computers & Internet

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I have a facebook page called Metamora Indiana which is a business page. I can't use the url facebook.com/metamoraindiana because someone is using Metamora Indiana as a profile page with Metamora as thier first name and Indiana as thier last name. How do I get my url??? Isn't profile pages for people not businesses? I can't get an email for facebook to contact them.


Facebook does not give information from their database to someone (even the government) for no grounds.:) What you can do is directly message them about it. Add them as your friend so that you can contact them when they accept your invite. After that you will ask them to change their username. It is the easiest way for them if i am not mistaken you can change your username in the account settings so that you will have a URL like this
facebook.com/username
Note: It will only means that you have to bargain for that name i suppose. :D
Good luck. Cheers

Mar 17, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Used facebook away from home and now I'm worried I didn't log out. Be well, JHow would I know??


Hi facebook will not allow 2 computers to log in at the same time so after you log in from home it will logout of the other loaction. you cant even log in to 2 facebook accounts on the same computer at the same time.

You can change your password if your still worried that way the other computer would be incorrect and get kicked off the server.

Regards
dan

Mar 02, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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