Question about Facebook Computers & Internet
My notifications are appearing on my facebook page, but with the names of the people posting the notifications. I cannot comment because I do not know WHO posted the notification! HELP!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would try just resetting your password - it looks like you could have been spamed and it keeps directing you to the spam site.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
hi.. pls to check first your settings maybe you disabled your account to sent comments and update your status...try to check the account settings and privacy settings...thank you very much...
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
SOURCE: profile malfunction
maybe there are app which is not supported by your current browser. please try switching browser. Since, IE6 and IE7 is not currently supporting many new features , you should consider firefox, chrome or safari browser, if you are using IE.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
i could'nt open Facebook account, especially my home page as well as my post comments....i cannot even execute my linkagees...
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
The app made by Facebook itself actually does not support such notifications. Although there are others way to set this up. Here are a few options:
1. You can set up your Facebook account so that it sends an email to your gmail account which is synced to your phone. This will give you near instant notifications via email. Although this can get annoying if your inbox becomes crowded. 2. You can also use a third-party application which supports Facebook notifications. One such app is Tweetdeck. You just enter in your Facebook information and then once you do that and get to the status update column, which is the default column, just swipe over to the column to the right. This will include your Facebook notifications and Twitter mentions, if you choose to add a Twitter account to the app. Once here, press menu, then select Column Settings. You can set this column to update as frequently as you like, just remember, the faster it is, the more battery it uses. With it set to update every 15 minutes, you shouldn't see significant battery drain. Then just set the other options as you like. You'll probably want to change the settings for the other columns as well, it's the same process.
Posted on Feb 28, 2011
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