Advice - FaceBook Two

I have copied some things I have found useful from the FB Help .....

Subscribers are a great way to let people see what you make public but not what you want just friends to know.  Every status I choose who I want to see it.  Some people ddon't feel close enough to add you as a friend but by subscribing can still see your public information and give you a way to contact them.

  1. Go to your profile and click Subscriptions on the left side of the page, under your profile picture
  2. Click Allow Subscribers at the top of this tab
  3. Use the settings menu to edit who can comment on your public posts and when you’re notified about new subscribers
You can also go to to start allowing people to subscribe to your public updates.

Note: If you're under 18, you can't allow subscribers because you can't post things publicly. Learn more about how privacy works for minors
Just click the Subscribe button on that person's profile (timeline). Then, you can decide what types of updates you want to see from that person.

Note: You'll only see the option to subscribe to people who allow subscribers. Learn more.
 An option if you want to get off FB for a while.

To deactivate your account:
  1. Click the account menu at the top right of any Facebook page
  2. Choose Account Settings
  3. Select Security from the left-hand menu
  4. Click on "Deactivate your account"
When you deactivate your account, your profile (timeline) and all information associated with it disappears from the Facebook service immediately. People on Facebook will not be able to search for you or view any of your information.

If you’d like to come back to Facebook anytime after you’ve deactivated your account, you can reactivate your account by logging in with your email and password. Your profile (timeline) will be restored in its entirety (friends, photos, interests, etc.). Remember that you will need to have access to the login email address for your account in order to reactivate it.

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