facebook deleted my posts on 3 occations in less than 24 hours. I was shocked and saddened by the behavior. It’s unacceptable. I love the people on this page, and their foodie interests, but this is not how we roll here at Lifehacker! No one likes to be reminded of their mortality, no matter how much they love eating food. And while it can be helpful to have a little immortality after a long day of work, deleting your online presence isn’t going to make anyone ignore you any time soon. EAT YOUR FOOD!
What does it mean to delete your Facebook page?
First things first, you’re deleting your Facebook page. Your posts are still going to be accessible on the internet, but they’ll be visible only to people you trust and who’ve verified your account. That includes private messages, photos, and videos. You can also easily change your mind and remove the page at any time, but you’ll need to do so within 24 hours. In this case, you can’t retry the conversation or send another private message. Your account will remain active as long as you’re connected to the internet, and you can still view past posts, photos, and videos. You won’t be able to re-post posts or photos on other social media platforms such as Instagram or Pinterest, but you’ll still be able to access them from there.
Why is my Facebook page deleted?
First and foremost, you’ll need to delete the Facebook page you created. This is because it will stay online only as long as you’re logged in with Facebook account. If you log out, then log back in with a new account, the Facebook page will stay online and you may see friends you haven’t seen in a long time. You can also delete the old Facebook page if you want, but it’ll have almost no bearing on the new Facebook page.
How to get a new one back?
If you’d rather go back to the old Facebook page, you can. Just open the page in a text editor and navigate to My Account > Remove Account. This will then take you to a page where you can view the old page and remove all traces of the old account. You can also go to your Account > Settings > CheckOut To New Account. This will take you to a page where you can look back at the new account, change any settings you’d like, and then delete the old account.
Resignation and withdrawal policy
If you want to go back to the old Facebook page, you can. Just open it in a text editor and navigate to My Account > Remove Account. This will then take you to a page where you can view the old account and remove all traces of the old account. You can also go to your Account > Settings > CheckOut To New Account. This will take you to a page where you can look back at the new account, change any settings you’d like, and then delete the old account. You will be refunded the amount you spent on the account, though only if you remove it at the same time. If you go back to the old page, there’ll be no refund if you decide you don’t like the look of it anymore. You’ll need to get back to the delete page and start from over again.
Check out the new Live Blog
The new Live Blog is what will become of your old Facebook page when it’s gone? You won’t be able to view friends’ posts, but you will be able to see recent updates, photos, and videos. Although you won’t be able to see everything on the new Live Blog, you will still be able to view past posts, photos, and videos. You can also view the old Live Blog directly from your account on other social media platforms like Instagram and Twitter, but the new Live Blog will be much more useful.
#Get in touch with Lifehacker parent group
If you need more reassurance that everything’s Cool on the Faceboook, you could probably contact the parent group to get some support.
You’ve probably already gathered from the above that deleting your Facebook page isn’t easy. It takes a lot of energy to create a new account and keep it active, and then to look at all the new posts and videos, and decide if they’re worth it. You also probably have a lot of questions about how to get a new Facebook account back, or about how to quit using it. If you answered these questions correctly, you’ll have a much easier time getting a new account back on the new year.