Rejoin Facebook After Deactivating
Reactivating your Facebook Account
When you are ready to reactivate your Facebook account, logging in with your login e-mail address and password instantly reactivates your account. If you have more than one e-mail address connected with the account, you can utilize any of them to reactivate your Facebook account. When you reactivate your Facebook account, your friends will not get a notification specifying that you are back. Nevertheless, depending upon your privacy settings, they might recognize you are back when you start uploading status updates, commenting on photos as well as liking pages.
A Deactivated Facebook Account
When you deactivate your Facebook account, your Timeline goes away from view. Individuals on Facebook can no more locate you or see your Timeline. A deactivated account is temporarily disabled, which implies you could reactivate it anytime you want. When your account is deactivated, your details-- including account settings, friends, photos and also web pages-- is conserved. Just when you return to Facebook will your friends have the ability to interact with you.
Forgotten Email Addresses As Well As Passwords
If you haven't been visited to your represent a very long time, you could neglect your login e-mail addresses or password. Without this info, you won't have the ability to reactivate your Facebook account. Nevertheless, Facebook offers choices to fetch forgotten e-mail address and also passwords. If you click the "Forgot Your Password" link on the login page, you could make use of the information supplied to recover your info and also visit to your Facebook account.
If your account was deactivated for safety factors or due to an offense of Facebook laws, you can not reactivate your account by simply visiting with your email address as well as password. Concerns with violation of rules and laws must be settled or your friends will not have the ability to see your account once again. If your account was deactivated, finish the info on the "My Account Was disabled" page (see link in Resources). Facebook will check out the issue as well as call you.