Friday, November 25, 2011

Facebook friending rules

Facebook has its own community guidelines when it comes to adding friends. If you have been adding a number of people and those people have been using the 'Not now' feature there is every possibility that Facebook will put a block on your account. This means there is a limit to the number of requests you can send on Facebook. If however all the request you send get accepted there will be no problem and Facebook will not restrict you account. The problem arises when you send a large number of requests to people who you do not know. This can be a problem because Facebook does have community guidelines and sending a large number of friend request to people you don't know can invite a Facebook restriction on your account.

What to do if you account is restricted on Facebook for sending too many friend invites.
There is really nothing much you can do and all you need to do is wait it out. Facebook does that as they explain to avoid 'User harassment'. Which can be a big problem. So always keep in mind that if you send a large number of friend requests to people you don't know can get your friending activity restricted for a period of time. When that happens you will need to wait for some time before the ability to add friends is restored to your account. 

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