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5 Facebook secrets you should use

The number of users is simply astounding. In the second quarter of 2016, Facebook had more than 1.7 billion people active monthly users. And it’s a safe bet that many of them do not know these five secrets of Facebook which today we are going to share.


1. You can Erase your search history :
Maybe you were just mildly curious, but the evidence is still there. If you have ever looked up an ex, this will show up in your Facebook search history. So will any groups, photos, posts and anything else you’ve tried to find.

Fortunately, you can erase your Facebook search history. To do this, login your Facebook account, click on the upside-down triangle in the top-right corner, and click Activity Log. The Activity Log is where Facebook tracks your actions within the site.

In the left column of the Activity Log, under “Photos, Likes and Comments,” click More. Then scroll down and click the “Search” link.
You’ll see a list of your Facebook searches, organized by date. You can clear searches individually by clicking the crossed-circle icon on the right and selecting Delete. You’ll be asked to verify that you’d like to take this action. Once you click Remove Post, the search will be deleted from your history.
To clear every search without the hassle of sifting through years of individual entries, click the “Clear Searches” link located at the top-right of the list.
Unfortunately, Facebook doesn’t let you completely turn off its search history feature. You’ll have to remember to manually clear your searches every now and then.

2. You can Play chess in Facebook :
You’ve seen those Facebook game requests for Candy Crush and Farmville, but did you know there’s also a way to challenge your friends to a game of chess?
The game is played in Facebook Messenger. Start by choosing the friend you’d like to challenge. Open a new message, or insert the game into a conversation you already have going. Type @fbchess to get started.


When you type @fbchess, a chessboard will be inserted into your conversation feed. Typically, whoever initiates the game will be assigned the color white, and will have the first move. However, you can assign colors by typing @fbchess play black, or @fbchess play white (enter your friend’s name here).

Although the gameplay isn’t as simple as some online chess games, moving your pieces around the board is still easy to do. At the bottom and top of the board, you’ll see the letters A through H assigned to the grid. On the right- and left-hand side of the board, you’ll see the numbers one through eight.

To move, just combine the letters and numbers with a piece command. Typing @fbchess Pe4, for example, will move your Pawn to square E4. A list of more advanced commands, such as moving your Bishops and Knights can be found by typing @fbchess help. And, if you ever happen to make a mistake, you can correct it by typing @fbchess undo.

3. Check other messages folder :

Facebook is designed to help you keep in touch, but that doesn’t mean all your messages get through. In fact, some messages are actually tucked into a special folder you probably didn’t know existed.

Messages are stashed in this folder when they’re sent from someone who’s not on your Friends List. Facebook flags these messages as spam, even though it’s still possible that you know them. Old friends, for example, could be reaching out without you knowing it. I recently mentioned this folder on my national radio show. A few weeks later, a listener told me that she checked the folder and found an email from her birth mother!

You’ll find this folder in the Messenger app. Tap the Me icon in the bottom right-hand corner, then tap People. Once there, look for the option for Message Requests, and then a link that says, “See filtered requests.

You can also access these messages when you’re logged into the Facebook.

4. See who’s ignoring your friend requests :

At one point or another, maybe you wonder who has ignored your Friend request. To see which Friend requests are still pending, login your Facebook account and click the Friends icon at the top of the page. From there, select See All, and then, View Sent Requests.

If you wish to cancel the friend request, hover over “Friend Request Sent” and select Cancel Request.

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5. Download your whole Facebook history :
When you consider how much of your life is shared on Facebook, it makes you wonder what else you can do with all of that information. The good news is there’s actually a way to archive everything you’ve ever shared on Facebook, including the things you’ve deleted.

To do this, open your Facebook Settings and click “Download a copy of your Facebook data.” There, you’ll see a button that says “Start My Archive.


Once you begin your archive, you’ll be asked to confirm your password. Another email will be sent once your download is complete. It will contain a link that will allow you to download a Zip file that contains the data from your Facebook history.

Now on you’ll be using Facebook like a pro in no time at all.


Cool Smiley Add-on For Facebook Chat

Today i will show you an amazing Google add-on for facebook smileys.
This will let you use smileys easily in your facebook chat. I loved this addon hope you also like it.
Follow below steps to get it now.

Add Facebook Smiley Add-On

1.Go to Facebook addon Link

2.Now click on Add to chrome

3.Done !!!

Trick To Create Unlimited Verified Facebook Accounts

Lets Start Creating Unlimited FB Accounts

Step 1:
Firstly, go to and then click “Create New Account”

Step 2:
Fill the complete form ( use
In the section of “Email or Phone” use email from

Step 3:
Press “Sign up” and then visit to get email verification from Facebook(Press F5 until you see it) use that CODE to activate your account.

NOTE: Your Account may get banned in a day, so do make sure that you are providing the proper identity(college, school, place of living…) and don’t forget to upload a profile picture to keep the life of your account longer.

DISCLAIMER: We’ll not be responsible for the use or misuse of this information. So use it at your own risk.

Remove timeline feature from your facebook profile

In this post we are gonna show you an easy tutorial for you to deactivate, disable and remove the Facebook Timeline.
You probably know that there is no way to disable the Facebook Timeline through the Facebook. If you activated the Timeline and want to remove it, you must instal a plugin called TimeLine Remove.
This program is compatible with Mozilla Firefoxand Google Chrome, it still in development for Safari and Internet Explorer.So, here we go, see how to disable and deactivate the Timeline from your Facebook profile, and get your old Facebook layout back.

2- Download and install your web browser add-on by clicking this link

3- After Installation,Simply Click on the add-on and then click on “Status: Timeline Remove” to activate and deactivate timeline.
4- Bingo!! You are done. 🙂 Join this blog for more updates.

How to Track Who Views Your Facebook Profile

Why can’t I see who is stalking my Facebook profile?

There are other social networks that do let you see who’s viewed your profile, mainly LinkedIn and its “Who’s Viewed Your Profile” feature.

Regular users can see a recent list of who has been spying on you, along with some basic analytics, while paid users can see up to 90 days worth of viewers, as well as more detailed analytics. It’s great for seeing potential job interest and company prospects.

And what’s better than finding a hot girl that has a great job? Finding one that viewed your profile. So, why doesn’t Facebook jump on board? How great would it be to know when a girl you just friended viewed your profile and photos? It would be pretty clutch.

While there isn’t a built-in feature to see who exactly has checked you out, you still might be able to get some information on how often your Facebook friends are viewing your profile.

Can You Use Facebook’s “InitialChatFriendsList”?

Many rumors on the web claim that Facebook secretly exposes your recent visitors in an array variable (aka: a list of IDs) in the page source code called the InitialChatFriendsList. While this variable does not actually contain the IDs of people stalking your profile, it does give us an interesting peek into how Facebook’s algorithms rank your relationships with your friends.

Facebook prioritizes the friends in your chat list using an internal (not-publicly documented) algorithm that appears to be based off of how often you communicate with each of your friends. From my research it appears to take into account recent interactions (in messages, chat, or comment threads) and frequency of recent chats.

It’s rumored across the web that the person located at the very top of your “InitialChatFriendsList” is the person who last looked at your profile, but this is wrong. People you never have contact with will most likely be at the very bottom, and those that you communicate with more frequently will probably be up top.

Debunking the InitialChatFriendsList Stalker Rumor…

For me, the first three profiles that showed up were with people that I messaged or chatted with yesterday. To substantiate my claim that this does not show people viewing you, I had my roommate check out my profile about 25 times in an hour. I went back in to check my list, and it remained unchanged.

So, it most definitely does not prioritize people checking out your profile at the top of the list. But still, it’s a fun way to check out who you have contact with most (though, you should probably already know that).

Finding the InitialChatFriendsList

If you’d like to view it for yourself, you can easily find this list by viewing the source code of your profile page. To do this, just go to your profile page, right-click in an empty area on the side, and select “View Page Source.”

This will you show the page’s source code. From here, go ahead and press Command+F (Mac) or Control+F (Windows) to open the find feature. In the search field, enter InitialChatFriendsList and you’ll be taken to the list in the code.

However, it will not show names or links to your friends’ profiles. Instead, it shows their Facebook IDs (numbers).

This large list of profile IDs (each separated by commas) is actually your full list of friends.

Turning Numbers into Names

To see whose face matches a number, go ahead and copy the number ID of who you want to check out. You only need to copy the full number that appears in-between the quotation marks, and before the hyphen (the last number after the hyphen doesn’t matter).

Then just paste it into a new tab or window using the URL below, substitute NUMBERID for your friend’s actual ID number.

Hit enter and you’ll be taken to your friend’s profile.

A More Visual Approach…

If diving into the source code seems too intimidating, you can see a visual representation of the top few people in your InitialChatFriendsList by doing the following:

  1. From the desktop view (this won’t work on mobile), make sure your browser window is small enough to hide the sidebar, making the chat window float at the bottom right of your browser window.
  2. If you’re logged into chat, turn off chat for all friends (you can do this using the gear icon). You’ll need to do this as chat will reorder the list based on who’s online whenever you’re signed in.
  3. Refresh the browser window (this makes sure it doesn’t remember who’s online and who isn’t).
  4. Click the little “Chat (off)” bar at the bottom right to switch it on, and pay close attention to the list of friends you initially see.
  5. For a second or two, the friends you’ll see will be the ones from your InitialChatFriendsList.
  • Note 1: You’ll have to look closely as the moment chat finishes logging you in, it’ll get an updated list based on who’s currently online. Once you see green dots next to anyone’s name, you’ll know it’s now showing your online friends instead of your InitialChatFriendsList.
  • Note 2: You can always repeat steps 2-4 if you miss it the first time.
  • Note 3: Once chat is online, those who are online are pushed up to the top, with the secondary sort being based off of the InitialChatFriendsList order.

Faster Alternative Method…

If you have the updated Facebook look, it’s easier to do the reverse and expand the width of your browser window until you see the combo Ticker and Chat sidebar. This will actually show you a list of your friends whether you have Chat turned on or off, so you have all the time in the world to look at the top of the InitialChatFriendsList.

You can adjust the slider to make the Chat box bigger to see more friends. If you still see the grey “Chat (off)” box in the bottom, you probably don’t have the updated look yet.

Really, this is just a more visual way to debunk the theory that the people listed first are the people spying on your profile.

The Next Best Thing: Groups and Messages

The notorious “Seen By” feature is built into the Messages and Group sections. Anytime a post or photo is uploaded, you can check to see who saw the item right there in the message.

Of course, this isn’t the same as seeing everyone that viewed your profile, but you can at least see everyone that viewed your message or group post. Since I hate this feature, I’m glad this hasn’t leaked out to any other Facebook applications.

Beware of False Prophets

Do not give any Facebook application that claims to show you who’s viewed your profile access to your account data, and do not download any third-party program onto your computer that promises the same. They do not work. These are basic phishing attempts meant to spam you and your friends or steal your login data. Never click any links on facebook claiming to know who viewed yours, or your friends profiles. They’re all scams. Guaranteed.

Will There Ever Be a Way?

So, while there is no current way to see who has actually viewed your Facebook profile, you can see who has recently been in some sort of contact with you through the InitialChatFriendsList, and see who has viewed your comments or posts in a Group or Message.

Given the number of (fairly successful) scams based on seeing who’s viewed your profile, it’s clear that the demand for such a feature is there. But the current anonymity does allow for worry-free browsing of friends profiles without worrying about them thinking (realizing?) you’re stalking them. It’s a delicate balance that I doubt they’ll change, as doing so would ultimately change many people’s behavior on the site.

Hope you found it useful!!!!!!!


Below is a listing of our top 10 tips for the popular social networking website Facebook.

1. Hide users, games, polls, etc.

It quickly gets annoying seeing some users posts, game invites, polls, etc. Hovering your mouse to the right of the post and clicking the Hide button as shown below can hide any post. Once this button is pressed you’ll be prompted with the option to hide that user or in the case of a Facebook application the option to hide that application from ever showing up on your profile.


To unhide someone or unblock an application click the Edit Options link in the bottom right corner of the news feed as shown below.


Greasemonkey and FB Purity

Although Facebook does not allow the ability to hide friends getting new friends messages, friends becoming fans of something, and some application messages they can still be hidden with browser add-ons. If you’re running Mozilla Firefox, Chrome, Opera, or Safari we suggest installing the Facebook Purity add-on.

2. Update your privacy settings

Click Account in the top right corner of the Facebook window and then click Privacy settings to adjust who is capable of seeing what on your Facebook profile. We highly recommend going through all the privacy settings to verify your privacy is properly protected.

Anything that is not set to friends only or friends of friends can be seen by anyone searching on the Internet. Below is a few things we recommend for most users.

Under Search in Privacy settings uncheck Public Search Results. This will prevent users from finding your account and profile picture in search results such as Google
Under Application settings, make sure you’re only allowing applications you want to have access to your information. Applications that you grant rights to can have access to your Facebook profile information.
If you’re curious to see how a program or web page connect to the Facebook API can see your profile see Tip135.

3. Use the Facebook top bar for navigation


Knowing how to properly navigate is vital if you want to get the most out of Facebook. Below is a brief description of each of the available options in the top bar as shown above.

Home (facebook logo) – Clicking this logo will take you to your wall (News Feed) that shows all friends recent posts.

Friend requests – If any friend requests are waiting to be approved this icon will show a notification of how many friends are waiting for approval. This icon can also be clicked when you want to view any friend recommendations or search for friends on Facebook.

Messages – This section allows you to send and receive private messages between one or more people you’re friends with.

Notifications – Any time a friend or Facebook application creates a new post you’ll be notified in this section. Clicking this icon will show all recent notifications. If you wish to change what is capable of sending you notifications including any Facebook applications or games click the See All Notifications link at the bottom and check or uncheck what you want to be notified on.

Search – Finally, the search box in Facebook can be a powerful tool that can be used to quickly find any current friends or people on Facebook. In addition searching for terms such as a company name, product, sports team, music band, etc. will find fan pages and groups that can be joined.

4. Modify your account notifications

Keep your e-mail and your cell phone clean by updating or eliminate Facebook notifications or keep more up-to-date by adding new notifications. Facebook notifications can be added and removed by clicking Account link in the top right corner, then Account Settings, and then clicking the Notifications tab.

5. Top News and Most Recent

By default Facebook will display your wall postings in the News format, which means it only displays posts it believes are most relevant to you. These results are based on your past interaction with your friends. If you want to see every post made by all your friends that are not hidden click the Most recent link in the upper right section of your news feed as shown in the above picture example.

If you want to adjust who shows up manually click the Edit Options in the bottom right corner of your news feed.


6. View High School work friends

If you’ve added your High School or previous Work locations to your profile, quickly see all classmates and co-workers on Facebook by clicking the link in your Info tab under your profile.

7. Quickly change profile picture

Your profile picture can be quickly changed to any other picture by visiting your profile, hovering the mouse over your current profile picture, and clicking the Change Picture link that appears in the top right corner of the picture.

8. Don’t post private information on friend’s walls on in comments

When you make a post on a friend’s wall or in any of their comments realize that any of their friends are going to be able to see that post. If you wish for something to remain only between you and a friend send them a Facebook message instead.

9. Suggestions and random friend invites

As you get more friends on Facebook it will begin making friend, groups, and fan suggestions. These are suggestions made by Facebook and not your friends. Unless these are something you’re interested in they can be ignored.

This same rule can be applied to people who may want to be your friend that you don’t know. If you don’t know someone don’t accept his or her friend invite. Once someone becomes your friend they’ll have access to any information your friends are capable of seeing.

10. Tag your Facebook friends in your photos

Always make sure to tag any of your Facebook friends that are in pictures you upload. However, never tag someone who is not in the picture. When someone is tagged in a photo that picture is automatically added to that persons profile and is a great way to share pictures with all friends.

How to Hack Facebook Account without Software and Phishing


Step 1 : -This method may take a little while or may take days considering on how active your “Target” is first you need to have/make 3 facebook accounts and confirm the email on all the accounts, next you need to get all the accountsto add the person (Hopefully they will add you) then

Step 2:- you need to go to their profile and look for their email address after you have got their email log out and go back to the login screen and click “Forgot Password” and the top one will say “Enter your email or phone number” so put in the email and then it will show the email and if they have a phone there phone their next

Step 3:- you need to click “No Longer Have Access to these?” and it will say type in new email and confirm type in a email account that you have not made a facebook account with yet, then after you do this it will pop up their security questions and unless you know this type in something like “Pie123” 3-5 times and it will say something like “The only way to prove that this is your account is to show that your friends know you” and then you will select the 3 accounts you created and added, after this login and get codes and come back type in the codes and the account is your’s!

Create a password before login screen in WINDOWS

Hi everybody

You can give a password when windows starts. Nobody can hack this password.

When you are giving password then only it is going to login screen.


If you are giving wrong password three time windows will restart. So it is powerful password

1- click on start
2- click on run
3- type syskey
4- enter
5- click on update
6- click on password startup
7- give a password
(dont forget the password,if password forget nobody can enter the system.)

Trick To Edit Facebook And Write Anything You Want


Facebook is a important media in social HYPERLINK “javascript:void(0);”networking.The number of facebook users and increasing day to day and you also may be one amoung those crores.In this article iam presenting a trick to edit and write anything you want in your facebook page.Our trick is so simple,just copy a link in the address bar and you can play with your facebook page.So lets start our trick.
1.Copy and paste the code in your address bar after your facebook page is completely loaded.

javascript:document.body.contentEditable=’true’;document.designMode=’on’;void 0 
Thats it now click on any text. Now you will see a cursor on the web page. You can erase anything from the page or type anything on the page.

Note: This trick will work not only for facebook but for all websites .Also keep in mind that whtatever you edited in the pages is not permanent.This is only a trick to fool your friends.Try this and have fun……

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Nice List Of Facebook Shortcuts


I know the fact that almost 90% of you are addicted to Facebook and If you are spending a lot of time on facebook then why not spend it more efficiently.So in this article I am going to give you a nice list of Facebooks shortcuts and this artilcle is meant only for facebook users.Here is a comprehensive list of facebook Shortcuts for each browser.Learn these shortcuts and have a better experience with firefox

Google Chrome Facebook Shortcuts
Alt+1: View your News Feed

Alt+2: View your own Profile

Alt+3: View pop-up of friend requests

Alt+4: View pop-up of messages

Alt+5: View pop-up of notifications

Alt+6: View Account Settings

Alt+7: View Privacy Settings

Alt+8: View Facebook’s own profile

Alt+9: Read latest Terms of Service agreement.

Alt+?: Search

Alt+m: Compose a new message

If you are using Firefox browser then you also need to press SHIFT along with the above shortcut keys.

Firefox Facebook Shortcuts

Shift+Alt+1: View your News Feed

Shift+Alt+2: View your own Profile

Shift+Alt+3: View pop-up of friend requests

Shift+Alt+4: View pop-up of messages

Shift+Alt+5: View pop-up of notifications

Shift+Alt+6: View Account Settings

Shift+Alt+7: View Privacy Settings

Shift+Alt+8: View Facebook’s own profile

Shift+Alt+9: Read latest Terms of Service agreement.

Shift+Alt+0: Open Facebook Help Center

Shift+Alt+?: Search

Shift+Alt+m: Compose a new message

If you are using Internet Explorer then you you can use the Facebook shortcuts of Google chrome,but you have to press ENTER after each shortcut.

Use these shortcuts and have a better experience with Facebook………