Facebook is making it harder for users to delete messages that don’t show up in their friends’ Facebook friends’ list, a move that’s likely to be welcomed by advertisers.
Facebook has introduced a new feature that allows users to filter messages by the type of message.
Facebook says it’s making this easier for advertisers because it wants to give advertisers more flexibility in how they can target ads.
But users will still be able to view all messages on their profile and choose which messages to show.
And Facebook says this new feature will make it easier for them to view messages that do not show up on their friends list.
Facebook says it will also let users view the contents of any messages that are deleted by their friends, regardless of whether the deleted messages are related to the advertiser’s campaign.
Facebook is also making it easier to delete deleted messages by removing them from a Facebook profile and re-posting them.
Facebook isn’t making this change without any user input.
The company says users can request that messages from friends who don’t have access to their Facebook accounts be removed by visiting their profile, or by logging into Facebook and going to the “Edit” menu.
Facebook’s new “Edit messages” feature lets users remove deleted messages that appear in their Facebook friends list, or delete messages they’re not seeing in their FB friends list and reblog them.
Facebook has made the feature available to users who don’st have Facebook accounts, but users will be able do this if they’re signed in to their account, the company says.
Users can also remove a message by clicking the “Delete” button, which will remove the message from the Facebook Friends list.
Facebook also says it’ll show the message on the Friends list of a Facebook user who’s signed in.
This new feature is part of Facebook’s efforts to keep its advertising partners from having too much control over the ads they place on Facebook.
Facebook’s new rules are likely to have a positive impact on advertisers, as advertisers are now more willing to place ads on Facebook that have been approved by Facebook.
But some users may be more concerned about having ads on their own profile and not seeing them on their Facebook friend’s list, and they’re likely to see this change as a positive change for them.