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    Facebook Question Not Being Anewered On Facebook:

    I used to be able to respond to comments and messages on my Gmail account. As of last week or so, that has stopped. I've tried different computers and different browsers and looked into my account settings. Something changed and I can't figure it out. Anyone know how to solve this?

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    Jim, I dont understand your question..
    Gmail has nothing to do with facebook..
    can you clarify please?
    Scot

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    Jim, it still worked for me as of last week. I haven't used it recently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottychaos View Post
    Jim, I dont understand your question..
    Gmail has nothing to do with facebook..
    can you clarify please?
    Scot
    We can check our personal Emails and go to some Internet sites, like ESPN or Wikipedia, but FB, discuss forums, etc... are blocked. However, Facebook has things set up so that one could reply to messages and comments that appear in Email notifications, without having to actually go onto Facebook. But now, my replies won't even go through, no matter what computer I use (home, library, or work), and it doesn't matter what OS or browser. It just doesn't work. So either FB no longer does this or there is some account setting that I haven't figured out, that needs to be re-activated.

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    As I recall you do not have Internet access at home? Perhaps the access points you are using are now blocking email to/from facebook too.

    However it looks like Facebook made some changes at the end of March:

    https://www.facebook.com/notes/faceb...78890718789613

    You will be able to opt-into Replies through the Page admin panel in the Manage Permissions section where you will see a prompt to turn Replies on. Once you opt-in, you will be able to opt-out but all Pages will have the feature enabled on July 10, 2013. When you opt-in, you will see the feature show up on new posts on the Page. Also, the feature will be automatically turned on for profiles with more than 10,000 followers. At launch, this feature will only be available on desktop and we plan to make it available in the Graph API and mobile in the future.

    After months of testing, we have seen how the new feature can improve conversations and be used to start open dialogues with the community.
    So it looks like the Facebook user whose page it is have to opt-in to this feature now.

    http://www.cnn.com/2013/03/25/tech/s...reply-comments
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