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Deactivated personal facebook account and it automatically came back a week later

Posted by HartsvilleMom.com on Friday, January 17, 2020
For the new year, I wanted to focus on the now and less on posting about my life on my personal facebook page so I 'deactivated' it. The initial thought was this ghosts my profile and no one can search for me or see my posts but I can come back whenever. Well, that is not exactly how it works because about a week later, it came back to life on its own! I knew this because I got a notification that so and so is having a birthday and the only way it would do this is if my profile is active again.

Well, I wasn't too sure what happened the first time so I deactivated it again! I thought maybe there was a glitch or something in the system and didn't see anywhere where it said that the deactivated button is only for a certain timeframe. Well, a week after the second time that I deactivated my profile, it came back AGAIN!

So, without doing too much digging, I guess facebook sets the parameters that if you're deactivating your profile, it only temporarily deactivates it for a week and then it comes back to life without even having to log-on. I don't think you can set it for longer than a week. That is not an option for the user. The alternative solution is to delete the profile and everything will just permanently disappear, which I don't want to do because there are some photos that I'd like to come back to that's stored there.

I deactivated the first time in December 2019 and then again in January 2020. Well, it's back live again and I don't feel like logging in and pressing the 'deactivate' button again. I'll just leave it be. Facebook is pretty smart. I think the chances of me having to log back in is higher when the deactivation only works for a short timeframe. Let's see how long I can go without logging in. Any guesses on how strong my will power is?



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HartsvilleMom.com As a veteran's wife whose husband works in the nuclear field, moving every several years seems to be part of our life path. We have lived in Hartsville, among many other cities. Getting acclimated to a new town means starting over each time for us and to help myself and my family, I compiled everything I needed to see in one place on this website. I hope this will help you too.
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