Why I am leaving Facebook
I am a part of the Facebook decision tree.
I make decisions about how I interact with friends and family, I like to read articles, etc. I don’t do all of the stuff that a lot of people do.
For example, I do not share articles or posts with my friends.
My decision to make a post is based on what I consider is right and wrong, and not on what other people think of it.
So, when I see that a friend’s post has been deleted, I feel very sad.
I would like to know what other options I have.
Is there a way to remove a deleted post from my account?
If so, what should I do?
It is possible to remove deleted posts from your account.
However, it is important to know that you may have to contact Facebook support for more information.
What happens if I don\’t respond to a friend who has deleted their post?
The best way to get a reply from a friend to a deleted Facebook post is to open up a new conversation and follow their instructions.
They can then follow up with a reply via email.
But if they do not reply within 24 hours, or fail to reply within 48 hours, they may also be asked to delete their post.
This is what I did with my friend.
I replied to their email and then they deleted it.
The best thing to do is to contact support.
I hope that the post was deleted because it was a mistake and I made a mistake.
Facebook can help you to get back on track with your account if you are unhappy with the way things have gone.
I also want to thank Facebook for the opportunity to help people make decisions in their personal lives.
It is an amazing platform and I want to use it to help other people.
I am so grateful that they allow me to participate in their platform.
I will be sharing more about the decision tree on my personal page.