Please keep in mind that you won't be able to reactivate your account or retrieve anything you've added. Before you do this, you may want to download a copy of your info from Facebook. Then, if you'd like your account permanently deleted with no option for recovery, log into your account and let us know.
Facebook has strict privacy controls in place that do not allow the retrieval of Wall messages, but if you have the right account settings, you can use a workaround that lets you get back the Wall posts you need. Facebook lists your communications, including deleted Wall posts, by title and date.
Although it isn't possible to create two separate Facebook accounts from one email address, it is possible to use Facebook as two or more separate entities from the same Facebook account.
If you deleted them, then they are gone and you cannot get them back. To retrieve archived messages, go to your message box (not just the drop down, but to the full list of messages.) There you will see at the top left of the screen "Inbox" and "Other" and "More" with a drop-down arrow after the more.
To permanently delete your account:
- Go to the Delete Your Account page. If you're not logged into Instagram on the web, you'll be asked to log in first.
- Select an option from the drop-down menu next to Why are you deleting your account? and re-enter your password.
- Click or tap Permanently delete my account.
How do I remove an Instagram account I've added?
- Go to your profile and switch to the account you'd like to remove.
- Tap the gear or settings icon in the top right.
- Scroll down and tap Log out of [username] or Log out of All Accounts. Logging out of all accounts will remove all the accounts you've added.
If you temporarily disable your account, your profile, photos, comments and likes will be hidden until you reactivate it by logging back in. To temporarily disable your account: Log into instagram.com from a mobile browser or computer. You can't temporarily disable your account from within the Instagram app.
Open up Instagram on iOS or Android, then tap the settings icon in the upper right of your profile. From there, scroll down to Settings, and tap Linked Accounts. There, you should see that Facebook is highlighted blue with a checkmark next to it. Tap it, then tap the “Unlink Facebook” button.
It's good to note that two is not the limit of Instagram accounts you can create or manage simultaneously. Instagram allows you to manage up to five accounts. But you'll need separate emails for each one.
To add multiple Instagram accounts: Go to your profile and tap (iPhone) or (Android) in the top right. Scroll to the bottom and tap Add Account. Enter the username and password of the account you'd like to add.
The social networking giant has 1.23 billion monthly active users (MAUs), meaning that between 67.65 million and 137.76 million accounts are either duplicates or false — a rather gaping range of 70.11 million. The Next Web first spotted this nugget in Facebook's lengthy 10-K filing with the SEC.
Facebook's War Continues Against Fake Profiles and Bots. If you were to look at a group of 10 recent likes on a news post, chances are that one of those users is fake. Facebook reportedly has around 170 million fake users, and possibly many more that they aren't quite aware of yet.
Censorship of Facebook. Several countries have interfered with or banned access to the social networking website Facebook, including Bangladesh, China, Iran, and North Korea.
Let us then list the top 10 countries with the highest number of Facebook users that are thought to have Facebook mania!
- 8 Philippines.
- 7 Turkey.
- 6 United Kingdom.
- 5 Mexico.
- 4 Indonesia.
- 3 Brazil.
- 2 India.
- 1 United States. Now, here is the expected number 1.
- North Korea. Perhaps the most secretive country in the world little is known about internet access in Kim Jong-un's nation.
- Iran. In Iran, however, political leaders have taken to social media- despite both Facebook and Twitter officially being extraordinarily difficult to access in the country.
China turned out the lights on Facebook (FB) in 2009, and there are no signs that Beijing plans to restore access to the U.S.-based social media platform. Some analysts trace the ban to riots that broke out in July of that year between Muslim Uighurs and Han Chinese in the northwestern province of Xinjiang.
Yes, in China. And Google restricts access to some of its business services (like YouTube, Gmail, Blogger, Maps) in certain countries or regions, such as Crimea, Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, Syria and almost all Arab countries. Somewhere, YouTube is banned and somewhere Gmail.
Mobile apps. The Google Translate app for Android and iOS supports more than 100 languages and can translate 37 languages via photo, 32 via voice in "conversation mode", and 27 via real-time video in "augmented reality mode".
Yes, Gmail is blocked in China, as are all Google services. Google subsequently redirected all search traffic to its Hong Kong servers, but eventually lost almost all of its market share. Tip: To access Gmail or other blocked sites and services in China you will need a VPN.