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How to find your personal Facebook email.

15834635_sYour Personal Facebook Email.

Facebook recently started @facebook.com email address to users who had not previously signed up for the service. Facebook email addresses have been available for more than a year but, until recently, you didn’t need to have one. Now you do.
Pushing change on users now seems to be the norm for Facebook: announce a feature, allow users the option to use it for a while, and then force the feature on all remaining users many months later. It’s basically what happened with Facebook Timeline.
As many people do or do not know your Facebook actually has its own email that’s personalized to you… Shocking isn’t it . But for those of you who don’t know how to access this feature or how to use it you’ve found the right blog post.

To find out what email address you can use to update your Facebook status and upload photos or videos:

  • Open Facebook Mobile Upload.
  • If you are not logged into Facebook:
  • Enter your Facebook email address or phone number under Email or Phone.
  • Type your Facebook password under Password.
  • Tap or click Log In.
  • Find your Facebook upload email address under Upload via Email.

But don’t share this email address with anyone not even your parents, as if you do so they can now post onto your Facebook wall with anything they want at any time of the day or night

Reset Your Secret Facebook Upload Email Address

  •  Visit facebook.com/about/messages. A window will appear where your custom Facebook URL will be seen along with @facebook.com. Go and activate your optional email address.
  •  Decide on your privacy settings these are up to you I can’t tell you this… Sorry.
  • Decide whether you want to accept text messages. You can change your settings later on.
  • If you are unable to automatically receive your personalized Facebook email address, make sure you request an invitation to do so.
  • Take the time to read through your inbox and customize your look and feel.
  •  Send an email to yourself at your new Facebook email address to confirm that it works.

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