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Monday, 15 October 2018

How To Reactivate A Deactivated Facebook Account


How To Reactivate A Deactivated Facebook Account: Facebook has made it possible to temporarily leave your Facebook account whenever you get bored of it and then come back anytime you feel like. Facebook users sometimes sees Facebook as a time waster that takes one's time doing nothing but checking irrelevant friends' posts. But it won't be advisable to completely remove your account when you can just deactivate it for the main time. Deactivating is also a good thing for obsessed Facebook users or students writing exams to do for that short period of time when it won't be needed. Deactivating your account won't erase your data but restore it anytime you reactivate it.


TO DEACTIVATE YOUR ACCOUNT
To deactivate your account, follow the procedure below;
  • Login to your account
  • Go to setup
  • Then to safety
  • Then click on "deactivate my account" 
Read: Easy Ways to Login Facebook using Instagram
Facebook will try to lure you not to leave by displaying all sort of compassionate messages, like displaying your friends and saying they will miss you and so on, and finally you will be asked the reason for you leaving, since you are still coming back, choose "this is temporary, I'll be back", then click "confirm"
Your account will be deactivated after retyping your Facebook password to affirm that it is you deactivating your account and not someone else.

TO REACTIVATE YOUR ACCOUNT

Now that the pressuring is over, you've started missing some of your Facebook friends and you can't wait to reconnect with them, you already anticipating to be online again. Here are the procedure to follow to reactivate your deactivated account;
  • Visit the Facebook site www.facebook.com
  • Sign in using your details i.e. your email and password
  • It will definitely take some time to recover all your post information but with time all will be restored and you are back.
Deactivating an account is a good treatment for Facebook addicts which help them take a break from Facebook without losing their friends and personal information. So if you think you are getting addicted, why not try it out today.

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