How to Reactivate Facebook Account – To reactivate your Facebook account is simple when you go through this page. Your account may be blocked due to unusual activities that is prohibited or your account been report for illegal activities.
How to Reactivate Facebook Account
1. Open your favorite web browser and go to Facebook.com.
To start out, open whichever web browser you prefer to use, and enter Facebook.com in the address bar.
The home page of Facebook
2. Log in to your account using the same email address and password as before you deactivated Facebook.
As you normally would, enter your email address or phone number, and your password to sign in to your account. If your account is still within the time period to be reactivated, signing in as normal will automatically reactivate your Facebook account.
Logging into a Facebook account
3. Use your Facebook account the same way as you could before deactivation.
Now you’ll be able to use the site just as you did before you deactivated your account. Your profile, posts, photos, friends, and information will all appear the same as it did prior to deactivation. This makes it easy for you to go back to Facebook, as you don’t have to worry about setting up your profile as if it was new.
What a typical Facebook user’s News Feed looks like
4. Make any necessary changes to your Facebook account settings.
When you deactivated your account, there may have been a reason for doing so. If you were concerned about privacy, security, or other concerns, we’d recommend changing your account settings to match up with your personal preferences.
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Facebook Account Privacy Settings
Those four steps are all it takes to reactivate a deactivated Facebook account. If you’re looking to find old accounts, or are wondering, “how can I get my old Facebook account back?” keep on reading. We’ll be showing you how to recover a Facebook account HERE.
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