Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Facebook message | Block messages from getting delivered

The short answer to the question is yes. On Facebook, a message is delivered to the recipient’s inbox just as soon as you press the Enter key. And it’ll stay in his inbox until he deletes it, even if your own account is no longer active.

That being said, There are couple of other options  on Facebook besides simply deleting your account.

first option (which is the one I recommend) is to block  the person from whom we do not prefer to receive a message. 

Once the person is blocked he’ll no longer be able to see anything you do on Facebook or send you any more messages. In fact, he won’t even be able to view your profile. As far as that person can tell, your account will no longer even exist!

Follow these steps to block anyone (you prefer to be blocked) from seeing or interacting with your Facebook account:

1 – Visit your ex’s Timeline page.
2 – Hover your mouse over the button labeled “Friends”, then click Report/Block on the drop-down menu.
3 – Click Block [name].
4 – Click Confirm.

Your second option is to unfriend  (if you haven’t already done so), then deactivate your account instead of deleting it outright. 

When you deactivate a Facebook account, the account still exists along with all of your Likes, Messages, Photos, etc. – but no one can see it.

You’ll be able to reactivate your account later and simply pick up where you left off. Hopefully, the person will no longer see your account while it’s deactivated and assume you have simply deleted it.

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