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Why are my facebook settings different on my computer and mobile


The mobile version seems to display the "Pages Feed" (feed of pages you like) and the "News Feed" (feed of people you like) on the same timeline, where the desktop version keeps them separate!

On the left hand menu of the desktop, there is an option for "Pages Feed." There, I found all the posts from my "Liked" pages that were appearing on my mobile news feed, but not my desktop news feed. I clicked on the settings icon to the left of the "Pages Feed," and selected "add to favorites"

Now, on my desktop version of FB, my "pages feed" and my "news feed" are still separate, but at least I can find them
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I have the same problem. Whatever I post a view or any competitions that I enter via Facebook, they are never recognised.

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If you want to acress from phone you have to get facebook code
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Facebook on safari is basically made for Computers. Because of this, they have made their app. They have an app to check news feed and everything you would normally do on facebook, and a seperate app you can switch between called "Messenger" where you can message people, just like you do on facebook. You can still use facebook on safari on some devices, but it doesn't work on all. Hope this helped!

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My facebook login page, timeline and news feed page tiny. Can barely see it. How do I restore it. It just happened all of a sudden.


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I block my friend on fb because of potho of me she tag but i not like now how can unblock her?


Facebook allows users to customize their individual news feed to filter out posts made by applications or friends that a user may not wish to view. The process of hiding friends and applications from your News Feed involves the click of a button and you can very easily hide a friend or application by accident. You can always restore a Facebook friend or application to your News Feed by following these simple steps.

1. Login to Facebook.
2. Go to your Facebook home page and make sure your News Feed is displayed (as opposed to "Live Feed").
3. Scroll down to the bottom of your News Feed and find the Edit Options menu on the right.
4. Click edit options and a box will pop up showing what you have hidden from your Facebook News Feed. Hidden posts are separated by friends and applications.
5. Find the friend or application that you wish to unhide. Once you've found it click the Add to News Feed button next to your selection. You will now once again see posts from that person or application in your news feed.

I hope you find it very helpful. Best regards.

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How to unblock facebook?


You want to unblock someone on facebook? is that your question?

Instructions 1. Sign in to Facebook. Make sure you are onyour news feed page. 2. First look through your news feed to makesure the person or the application you want to unblock wasn't actually there.They may not have had a lot of posts lately or were just hidden amongst yourother posts. 3. If the person or application is definitelynot showing up in your newsfeed then scroll to the very bottom of your Facebookpage. 4. At the bottom of your Facebook news feed youwill see a light blue bar that says Older Posts with an arrow pointing down andto the right it will say Edit Options. Click on Edit Options. 5. You will get a pop up that shows you who ishidden from your news feed. The first page will show you friends that areblocked and then there is a tab at the top that says Applications. Click onthat to see which applications you have blocked. 6. When you have someone blocked from your newsfeed it does not mean they are no longer your friend, they are. They can stillsee what you are posting and are still your friend, you just cannot see whatthey are posting on Facebook. 7. Find the person you have blocked and clickAdd To News Feed. This will bring them back to your news feed so you can seetheir updates. 8. If you want a friend to show up in your newsfeed but hate seeing all of their application updates, you can hide thatparticular application by clicking Hide next to their post, then selecting hide******* (application) instead of hide ***** (their name).

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How do i unblock facebook?


Instructions 1
  1. Login to Facebook.
  2. 2 Go to your Facebook home page and make sure your News Feed is displayed (as opposed to "Live Feed").
  3. 3 Scroll down to the bottom of your News Feed and find the Edit Options menu on the right.
  4. 4 Click edit options and a box will pop up showing what you have hidden from your Facebook News Feed. Hidden posts are separated by friends and applications.
  5. 5 Find the friend or application that you wish to unhide. Once you've found it click the Add to News Feed button next to your selection. You will now once again see posts from that person or application in your news feed.that solve it all

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I cannot get the entire news feed and all on my facebook homepage. there is always an error coming. hardly i can see anything done by all my frnds recently. only 3 or 4 posts r visible on my homepage. but...


Facebook changed their site a little bit. News Feed aggregates the most interesting content that your friends are posting, while Live Feed shows you all the actions your friends are making in real-time.

You can control how many friends are shown in Live Feed by clicking "Edit Options" at the bottom of the page.

The News Feed algorithm bases this on a few factors: how many friends are commenting on a certain piece of content, who posted the content, and what type of content it is (e.g. photo, video, or status update).

You can remove friends from the News Feed list (from your default stream) simply by clicking the "Hide" that appears when you hover over their story in your stream.

To add someone back to your News Feed, follow these steps:
  1. Scroll down to the bottom of your News Feed and click "Edit Options."
  2. If you are looking for a friend, scan the list to find that person. If you are looking for a public profile, select the Public Profiles tab.
  3. Click "Add to News Feed" to see their posts again.
  4. Click "Close" to save your changes.
To add someone back to your News Feed, follow these steps:
  1. Scroll down to the bottom of your News Feed and click "Edit Options."
  2. If you are looking for a friend, scan the list to find that person. If you are looking for a public profile, select the Public Profiles tab.
  3. Click "Add to News Feed" to see their posts again.
  4. Click "Close" to save your changes.
Facebook enables you to see what’s happening with your friends through past events and real-time feeds of information. Highlights and the News Feed were combined into a single stream so that you could have more control over what you view on your home page and stay connected with your friends.

As a result of this change, you’ll notice that the Suggestions section has been moved to the right-hand column of the home page. Also, birthdays and events are displayed more prominently on the home page.

When someone sends you a friend request, public stories about you may appear in their News Feed. If you decline a friend request from this person, public stories about you (stories that have the privacy set to "Everyone") will no longer appear in their News Feed. Please note that News Feed will never show stories that a non-friend wouldn’t ordinarily be able to see. For example, if you posted a video and set the privacy to "Friends," a person who is waiting for you to approve their friend request would not see that in their News Feed. If you had set the video to be visible to Everyone, that person would see it.

You can always change your privacy settings by selecting "Privacy Settings" under the Settings drop-down menu and clicking the appropriate section.


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