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On facebook I can only share to friends. I want to share only to my page sometimes but do not have the option

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You can choose who youn whant to there where you post you status theres a botton where is says Public you can change that to private

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Wont accept my password 4 facebook mixing me up with person of same name


Facebook is a social network website where people can interact with their friends online. Users can share what they're doing or thinking, and they can share links and videos and comment on things their friends share.

But the rule is that you have to be yourselfand use your own name.

In trying to verify such things, the computer verification system inevitably makes mistakes, so it might have made a mistake if it rejected the name you tried to use.
Facebook Name Standards

Facebook wants people to be themselves and not pretend to be someone else, so it requires users to use their real first and last names when they sign up for a Facebook personal profile.

This means that you can't pretend to be your friend Joe, you can't sign up for a Facebook account under your pet's name, you can't use a name you use in a video game or the name of a movie character.

Also, couples are not supposed to sign up for a single account using both their names. Names can be rejected if they contain symbols, numerals or punctuation, or are capitalized in an unusual way.

You also shouldn't include a title such as Mr. or Dr.
You can add a nickname or maiden name in place of a middle name because Facebook realizes people are sometimes known under different names for legitimate reasons.

Email Address Problems

To keep people from signing up for more than one personal profile, Facebook won't let you sign up for two Facebook accounts using the same email address.

If you find there is already a Facebook account associated with your email address, ask to have the password sent to you and verify whether it's your account and you just forgot you set it up.

Also, make sure you type the address in the correct format.
It needs to have an @ sign and a complete domain name; "@gmail" is not correct, but instead should be "@gmail.com" for example.

If your email address begins with "info" or "webmaster" Facebook may assume this is a generic address for an organization and not an individual.
How to Protest

If you are convinced you are trying to use a name that is allowed and still getting rejected, you can fill out the Facebook "Name Rejected" form (facebook.com/help/reg.php?show form=name rejected).

Remember also that you have to be 13 years of age or older to be a Facebook member.
The form asks for your date of birth, so that could trigger a rejection also if you are too young.
Other Options

If you are associated with a business, a brand or an event, you can create a Facebook Page (also sometimes called a Fan Page or a Business Page).

You can do this at Facebook's Create a Page section (facebook.com/pages/create.php) to represent a business, place, company, organization, brand or product, artist, band, public figure, some form of entertainment, cause or community.

You can also create a group at the Groups page (facebook.com/groups).

These are options to let you interact on Facebook if you represent something that is not an individual person.
If your Facebook profile is still unavailable after many days, then send an email to
info@facebook.com,
appeals@facebook.com or
disabled@facebook.com and explain them the issue.

http://www.facebook.com/help/?page=121467344601554

Once you send them an email, your account will be available again soon.

Dec 26, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Facebook won't accept my name


Facebook is a social network website where people can interact with their friends online. Users can share what they're doing or thinking, and they can share links and videos and comment on things their friends share.
But the rule is that you have to be yourself and use your own name.
In trying to verify such things, the computer verification system inevitably makes mistakes, so it might have made a mistake if it rejected the name you tried to use.
Facebook Name Standards

Facebook wants people to be themselves and not pretend to be someone else, so it requires users to use their real first and last names when they sign up for a Facebook personal profile.
This means that you can't pretend to be your friend Joe, you can't sign up for a Facebook account under your pet's name, you can't use a name you use in a video game or the name of a movie character.
Also, couples are not supposed to sign up for a single account using both their names. Names can be rejected if they contain symbols, numerals or punctuation, or are capitalized in an unusual way.
You also shouldn't include a title such as Mr. or Dr.
You can add a nickname or maiden name in place of a middle name because Facebook realizes people are sometimes known under different names for legitimate reasons.

Email Address Problems

To keep people from signing up for more than one personal profile, Facebook won't let you sign up for two Facebook accounts using the same email address.
If you find there is already a Facebook account associated with your email address, ask to have the password sent to you and verify whether it's your account and you just forgot you set it up.
Also, make sure you type the address in the correct format.
It needs to have an @ sign and a complete domain name; "@gmail" is not correct, but instead should be "@gmail.com" for example.
If your email address begins with "info" or "webmaster" Facebook may assume this is a generic address for an organization and not an individual.
How to Protest

If you are convinced you are trying to use a name that is allowed and still getting rejected, you can fill out the Facebook "Name Rejected" form (facebook.com/help/reg.php?show form=name rejected).
Remember also that you have to be 13 years of age or older to be a Facebook member.
The form asks for your date of birth, so that could trigger a rejection also if you are too young.
Other Options

If you are associated with a business, a brand or an event, you can create a Facebook Page (also sometimes called a Fan Page or a Business Page).
You can do this at Facebook's Create a Page section (facebook.com/pages/create.php) to represent a business, place, company, organization, brand or product, artist, band, public figure, some form of entertainment, cause or community.
You can also create a group at the Groups page (facebook.com/groups).
These are options to let you interact on Facebook if you represent something that is not an individual person.
If your Facebook profile is still unavailable after many days, then send an email to
info@facebook.com,

appeals@facebook.com or
disabled@facebook.com and explain them the issue.
http://www.facebook.com/help/?page=121467344601554
Once you send them an email, your account will be available again soon.

Sep 18, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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I can't sign into my facebook account


Facebook is a social network website where people can interact with their friends online. Users can share what they're doing or thinking, and they can share links and videos and comment on things their friends share.
But the rule is that you have to be yourself and use your own name.
In trying to verify such things, the computer verification system inevitably makes mistakes, so it might have made a mistake if it rejected the name you tried to use.
Facebook Name Standards

Facebook wants people to be themselves and not pretend to be someone else, so it requires users to use their real first and last names when they sign up for a Facebook personal profile.
This means that you can't pretend to be your friend Joe, you can't sign up for a Facebook account under your pet's name, you can't use a name you use in a video game or the name of a movie character.
Also, couples are not supposed to sign up for a single account using both their names. Names can be rejected if they contain symbols, numerals or punctuation, or are capitalized in an unusual way.
You also shouldn't include a title such as Mr. or Dr.
You can add a nickname or maiden name in place of a middle name because Facebook realizes people are sometimes known under different names for legitimate reasons.

Email Address Problems

To keep people from signing up for more than one personal profile, Facebook won't let you sign up for two Facebook accounts using the same email address.
If you find there is already a Facebook account associated with your email address, ask to have the password sent to you and verify whether it's your account and you just forgot you set it up.
Also, make sure you type the address in the correct format.
It needs to have an @ sign and a complete domain name; "@gmail" is not correct, but instead should be "@gmail.com" for example.
If your email address begins with "info" or "webmaster" Facebook may assume this is a generic address for an organization and not an individual.
How to Protest

If you are convinced you are trying to use a name that is allowed and still getting rejected, you can fill out the Facebook "Name Rejected" form (facebook.com/help/reg.php?show form=name rejected).
Remember also that you have to be 13 years of age or older to be a Facebook member.
The form asks for your date of birth, so that could trigger a rejection also if you are too young.
Other Options

If you are associated with a business, a brand or an event, you can create a Facebook Page (also sometimes called a Fan Page or a Business Page).
You can do this at Facebook's Create a Page section (facebook.com/pages/create.php) to represent a business, place, company, organization, brand or product, artist, band, public figure, some form of entertainment, cause or community.
You can also create a group at the Groups page (facebook.com/groups).
These are options to let you interact on Facebook if you represent something that is not an individual person.
If your Facebook profile is still unavailable after many days, then send an email to
info@facebook.com,

appeals@facebook.com or
disabled@facebook.com and explain them the issue.
http://www.facebook.com/help/?page=121467344601554
Once you send them an email, your account will be available again soon.

Jul 15, 2013 | Facebook Social Network

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I want to take the privacy off my friends so i can send them thing off my facebook


Hi Jenetta,

there should be an option when sharing things on facebook , a dropbox menu with on your timeline , on a friends timeline and others if you choose on a friends timeline , this shouold send it directly to him .

other ways to do this is to choose which people can view your posts , just put up a post and just tag the person in it .

Hope this helps, if you ned more help just ask.

Dec 29, 2012 | Facebook Social Network

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How can i unblock my profile images ???


If you are experiencing problems sharing your profile images or any other images contained within your Facebook account, simply go into the the album you wish to share and at the top of the page there will be a pencil and the words "Edit Album". Click on that. It will pop up with a small dialog box in which it states your current privacy settings. you can set this to Public, friends, or Custom. If you want it to be public or available to everyone, select this. If you wish only your current Facebook friends to see the pictures, select that. If you would only like to share this with certain friends or people, select custom and you can configure which friends you would like this to appear to. If you have already designed friend groups in Facebook, this option should also be available to you as a selection.

Hope that helps!

Sep 09, 2011 | Facebook Social Network

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When someone writes a statement on facebook and wants friends to re-post it, how do yoou do it?


There are options under the post that say Like, Comment and sometimes there's an option to share. If the share option is not there, simply copy the post text and paste in your own status bar and click share. var geo_Partner = '1890d1e7-e721-4f9c-b474-1a19eda23e94'; var geo_isCG = true;

Aug 10, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Facebook


  • Sharing with a broad audience: Use the share menu that's located at the top of your home page and profile. From there, you can update your status and share photos, videos, links and other application content. Things you share will appear as posts on your profile, and can appear in News Feed. (To control whether or not specific people have the option to view your stories, you can change the privacy settings for each piece of content you post.)
  • Sharing with a small group of friends: Use the Groups feature to share content with a select group of people, like family members, your soccer team or your book club.
  • Sharing with an individual: You can use the share menu at the top of a friend's profile to write or share something on his or her Wall. Friends of your friend will also be able to view your post. If you'd like to share something privately, you can always send someone a private message.
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Dec 06, 2010 | Born Facebook Apps

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How do you make a saying on facebook


My mother always taught me that, " The one who always forgives is the best." So becareful how you treat your children bcoz " What u sow is what u will reap."
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Jun 09, 2010 | Facebook Social Network

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How do i get started on facebook


Step 1: First, go to the Facebook welcome page at, www.facebook.com. You will see their banner which says, "Facebook helps you connect and share with people in your life". So true -- I keep up with my kids, friends, co-workers and online buddies with my Facebook account.

On this welcome page you will see the "Sign Up" section. Just fill in your name, email, birthday and gender. Click the "Sign Up" button, and then enter the code you see on their security page. You will be sent a confirmation e-mail.

Step 2: Access your email account, click on the link in the email from Facebook and you will be taken to the "Getting Started" page. If any of your friends have been looking for you on Facebook already, you will see an option to accept/confirm this friend. Click confirm and go to next step.
Step 3: Facebook will now ask if you want your email account or instant message friend list scanned for already registered friends. You can skip this step or allow, it is your preference. (Not all email servers are supported.)
Step 4: In the next step you can enter your High School, College or other Learning Institutions, as well as your place of employment. Once you enter this information, Facebook will take you to a page displaying Facebook peeps that have similar information. You are given the option of selecting them as "friend".
Step 5: Once you select your friends from the people shown, you will be taken to a page where you are asked to enter where you live so that Facebook can place you in a Network. The city you enter may not be listed, but you will be given options of cities that they determine my be geographically close to you. Select one and your sign up process is complete. You will be immediately taken to the YOUR Facebook "home" page.
Step 6: Congratulations, you have successfully gotten started on Facebook. Now it is up to you to set up and edit your profile, continue adding friends and posting your activities. See my other articles on these next steps!
**Information provided by eaglet7777 on eHow via: http://www.ehow.com/how_4581117_started-facebook.html

Feb 17, 2010 | Facebook Computers & Internet

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How to add video to facebook


Follow the instructions below:
  1. Step 1 Log into your Facebook account. Click on the PROFILE tab at the top of the page.
  2. Step 2 If you want to record a video to add, click the VIDEO icon at the top of the page (under WALL, INFO, PHOTOS, etc.) and then click RECORD. If you have a webcam, you can record a video and it will go directly to your Facebook page.
  3. Step 3 If you want to add a video you have recorded and saved to your computer, click the VIDEO icon at the top of the page and click UPLOAD. You will browse your hard drivemag-glass_10x10.gif and choose the video to upload. (Note: The upload process can take a while. Just be patient and don’t click away or you will have to start over.)
  4. Step 4 You can also add a video to your profile that you see on someone else’s Facebook page. Just click on the video, and underneath you will see COMMENT and SHARE. Click SHARE. You can either post the video to your profile or send it to friends in your address book.
  5. Step 5 You can also add videos directly from YouTube. Just go to the YouTube site and find the video you want to add to your profile. Under the video, you will see icons for sharing options such as Digg, StumbleUpon, and Facebook. Click the Facebook icon and you will have the option to post the video to your profile, or to send to friends in your Facebook address book.
  6. Step 6 The sharing option above also applies to most other sites that host videos such as Google Videos, Yahoomag-glass_10x10.gif Videos, AOL Videos, Meta Café, Flickr, etc. If you find a video on the internet, chances are that you can upload it to Facebook through a sharing function.
Enjoy!

Oct 09, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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