How To Un Deactivate Your Facebook Account ((FULL))
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Facebook is a useful tool for connecting with co-workers, employees, customers and members of the community. If you want to make use of this social network but have deleted your account, there is no need to worry. Unless you filled out a form specifically stating that you wanted to delete your account with no possibility of recovery, the developers at Facebook have made it quick and easy to restore your account and begin reaching out to those business contacts once again.
Did Facebook disable your personal account for no reason? As long as you didn't violate Facebook's community policies, you can easily submit an appeal to recover your disabled account. Once you provide your name, proof of identity, and an explanation through the form, Facebook will decide whether they'll restore your account. We'll show you how to ask Facebook to review and reactivate your account, and how you can restore an account that you deactivated yourself.
"Deactivation" is not the same as leaving Facebook. Yes, your timeline will disappear, you won't have access to the site or your account via mobile apps, friends can't post or contact you, and you'll lose access to all those third-party services that use (or require) Facebook for login. But Facebook does not delete the account. Why? So you can reactivate(Opens in a new window) it later. It says it right there as you deactivate: "This can be temporary."
To fully delete your Facebook account forever, go to facebook.com/help/delete_account(Opens in a new window). Just be aware that, per the Facebook data use policy(Opens in a new window), "after you remove information from your profile or delete your account, copies of that information may remain viewable elsewhere to the extent it has been shared with others, it was otherwise distributed pursuant to your privacy settings, or it was copied or stored by other users."
Designate a specific legacy contact person right now to handle your account after your passing by going to Settings & Privacy > Settings > General >Memorialization Settings. Type in a friends name so it finds their Facebook profile, then click Add; then click Send so the person gets a notification. (You can also go here to remove or change the legacy contact.)
If you decide that you no longer want to use Facebook, it's easy to deactivate your account. When you deactivate your account, you're hiding all of your information on Facebook. No one will be able to contact you on Facebook or view the things you've shared, including your Timeline, status updates, and photos. If you decide that you'd like to return to Facebook, you'll still be able to reactivate your account and recover your old information.
To delete your Facebook account, follow this link to the Delete My Account page. If you'd like to save photos and posts from your account, click Download Info. Then click Delete Account.
Linking your Instagram and Facebook accounts has a lot of advantages. You can easily post your Instagram photos to your Facebook profile. It also makes it easier for your Facebook friends to find your Instagram profile, and for you to find out which of your Facebook friends are on& Instagram.
Once you've unlinked your account, new posts that you share on Instagram will no longer appear on Facebook. Moreover, your Facebook friends will not be prompted to follow you on Instagram when they log into that app.
The main benefit of unlinking your Instagram accounts from Facebook is that it allows you have an entirely new profile. You'll be able to find and follow new people without Facebook always trying to suggest your Facebook friends to you.
Lastly, unsyncing your Instagram and Facebook accounts can help you focus more on each social media platform. You'll be less likely to share the same post on both networks, and can better curate the content that you want to share with your followers on each of the platforms.
There is no right or wrong answer when it comes to whether you should unsync your Facebook and Instagram accounts. It all depends on your preferences and what you want to get out of the two social networks.
If you want to keep your Facebook and Instagram separate, follow the steps above to unlink your accounts. If you later decide that you want to link them again, you can always follow the same steps to do so.
Tip: If you are the executor for a deceased loved one, closing accounts and other aspects of handling a loved one's unfinished business can be overwhelming without a way to organize your process. We have a post-loss checklist that will help you ensure that your loved one's family, estate, and other affairs are taken care of.
If you choose to memorialize your account as part of your final wishes, Facebook has extended the option to appoint a legacy contact. This person will have limited access to manage your memorialized account. A legacy contact can:
But I use messenger! Not sure if you've heard but most people have a phone number that you can send text messages to. There's also WhatsApp. (Also, you can deactivate your account and still use Messenger. More on that later.)
To permanently delete your account, go to this page. To deactivate your account, go here. Just be warned, Facebook uses a weird combination of psychology and desperation to try and prevent you from quitting.
This adds a person to your entire Meta Business Suite account, not only your Facebook Page. This is helpful to give your staff access to all your Meta assets, including Facebook and Instagram profiles, analytics, ads account, and more.
You can either temporarily deactivate your Page, or delete it, by clicking your profile photo in the top right corner, then going to Settings & privacy -> Settings -> Privacy -> Facebook Page information -> Deactivation and deletion.
To find out if your Facebook account has been cloned, you need to search by your name. However, you will likely find people with the same name as yours who use it legally. That said, when you are looking for clones, look at the page info and photos first to figure out whether it is a clone.
If someone clones your account, the scammer is trying to impersonate you. However, if someone hacks into your account, then the scammer will truly own your page without you even knowing about it. There are many clones on Facebook, but we recommend that you still make sure that no one else owns your profile besides you. To determine if someone has hacked your profile, follow these steps:
To prevent any hacking attempts in the future, turn on notifications about unrecognized logins. By enabling this feature, Facebook will notify you of all suspicious devices trying to log in. This way, you can immediately find out if someone is trying to break into your account. To enable this feature, do the following:
If you deactivated your account but want to use Pinterest again, simply log in. You have to be able to log in to the email account associated with your Pinterest account to reactivate your account. If you don't have access to your email, create a new account instead.
Now that you have your shell Facebook account, you can set up your Messenger. Download the Facebook Messenger app to your Android or iOS device. Open the app. Tap the Create new account button and sign up using your name and the phone number you used for your Facebook account.
But there may be times when you want to log into your Spotify account with a different password or isolate your Facebook account from Spotify. There are several ways you can do this, but first, you need to make sure you can get into your account after you unlink Spotify from your Facebook account.
At the same time, there are plenty of reasons people are concerned about their privacy when linking Spotify and Facebook. Both services have access to your information on the other service. Access like this lets them share your preferences and tastes with advertisers. In addition, you need to trust both companies with the information you provide on both accounts.
If your primary concern is just the fact that Facebook can access your Spotify interests and data, you can turn off that connection without disabling your ability to log in with your Facebook account.
This leaves the login feature, so you still have the convenience of logging into Spotify with your Facebook account, but it improves your privacy by blocking Spotify from accessing more of your Facebook data.
However, having your Facebook account hacked is actually not that uncommon. There are many reasons why someone might want to gain access to your Facebook account. While stealing your personal information like your passwords and other credentials is one major motivation, forcing your Facebook account to share spam with your friends online is another.
Click the three vertical dots next to the device login that you don't recognize, then Not You? or Log Out. This logs the intruder out of your account, at least temporarily. This limits the damage the intruder can do and allows you to continue regaining and securing control of your account.
"If you use the same password for multiple sites, it is best to change your passwords there as well," said Cosette Jarrett, a web-marketing specialist based in Salt Lake City. "If your password has been compromised on one site, chances are your accounts at other sites are in danger, too."