How do I login to my Facebook account?
To log into your Facebook account:
- Make sure no one else is logged into Facebook on your computer. To log someone else out, click at the top right of your Facebook homepage and select Log Out.
- Go to the top of www.facebook.com and enter one of the following:
- Enter your password.
- Click Log In.
To report a problem:
- Tap More.
- Scroll to the bottom and tap Help and Support.
- Tap Report a Problem > Something Isn't Working.
- Select the Facebook product you're having a problem with, then describe your problem.
- Add a screenshot from your camera roll by tapping .
- Tap Send.
- If you have a Facebook account and want to report someone that's pretending to be you or someone you know:
- Go to the profile of the impersonating account.
- Click on the cover photo and select Report.
- Follow the on-screen instructions for impersonation to file a report.
- Go to the profile that's impersonating you (If you can't find it, try searching for the name used on the profile or asking your friends if they can send you a link to it.)
- Click the three dots on the cover photo and select Report.
- Follow the on-screen instructions for impersonation.
- If a thief has used a "phishing" scheme of some kind to commit Facebook identity theft, here's how to report it through Facebook:
- Log in to your Facebook account.
- Go to the "Settings" tab.
- Navigate to the "Help Center."
- Select the link that best describes the situation.
- Follow the instructions.
- Go to the Facebook login page and click Forgot your account?
- Fill out the form to identify your account.
- Select I forgot my account on the next page if prompted.
- Look at the list of email addresses listed on your 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. Click on "More".
- You can view photos, contacts, notes, reminders, etc. on iCloud.com, but text messages/iMessages are not typically viewable on iCloud.com. Surely it's on cloud and on Apple's server. But you can't view the messages online. So even if someone has your Apple ID, they can't see your text messages.
- Solution: Generally speaking, we cannot access the text messages on iCloud by simply logging into iCloud online. If you have another iPhone, you can try restoing from an iCloud backup, which will bring back your messages but can cause the erase of the existed data.
When you're done, click Deactivate. Select Deactivate Now. Your account is now deactivated. You'll have the option to reactivate your account at any time by signing in to Facebook with your old account information.
- If you'd like to come back to Facebook after you've deactivated your account, you can reactivate your account at any time by logging back into Facebook or by using your Facebook account to log in somewhere else. You should also make sure that any email addresses you use with your Facebook account are secure.
- When you deactivate your account, Facebook saves all of your settings, photos, and information in case you decide to reactivate your account. Your information isn't gone—it's just hidden. However, it is possible to delete your account permanently with no option for recovery.
- If you want to try life without Facebook for a bit and see how it suits you, you can deactivate your account instead of deleting it for good. Click the down-facing arrow in the top right-hand corner of any Facebook page, and go to Settings. Click General in the left column and Edit next to Manage account.
Updated: 21st November 2019