Facebook has been around for over a decade. With over 2 billion monthly active users, despite a very difficult year, it also remains ubiquitous. In order to stay in the know, Facebook has been working hard to introduce new features, while other parts, like handling friend requests, remain largely old.
If you, as a user, receive more than ten requests per day, you will have to go through them manually to determine which ones you accept, which you reject and which you will leave blocked. the purgatory of sent friend requests. No one really has time for this.
How to accept or reject all friend requests at once on Facebook
In this tutorial, we will show how to mass reject and accept friend requests sent by web browser on PC. Unfortunately, no way to perform this task on the mobile version has been found yet.
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Toolkit For FB
For this tutorial you will need Google Chrome and the extension of the Facebook toolkit.
Click on your browser’s toolbox icon. This should take you to a page where all the tools are listed.
Scroll down until you find “Accept or reject all friend requests.” It should be the second option on the list.
If you are not signed in, you will be redirected to the Facebook login page and then automatically redirected to the friend request page once you are logged in. From there, you can choose to accept or decline all of your messages. friend requests. You can set how fast you want the tool to accept or reject requests from your friends by changing the time interval between clicks. I suggest you turn on autoscroll so you can see exactly where the tool is in your friend request list. Once you are done selecting and changing options, you can choose to click “Reject All” or “Accept All”.
When the tool starts working, it displays small notifications in the lower right corner with status bars. If you feel you have made a mistake and want to cancel the process, just click on the close button on the tool to cancel the whole process.
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If you use Facebook regularly, I highly recommend Toolkit for FB Extension. It has a plethora of tools that can help you manage and automate your Facebook activity.
You will also notice that most of these tools are simple robots. If you are unfamiliar with robots, these are applications that allow you to automate tasks over the Internet. The advantage of using this toolkit is that it introduces new users to the useful and benevolent use of robots. They aren’t just for hacking and cheating competitions and surveys.
As for Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg has had a particularly trying year, but I doubt he will lose all of his popularity anytime soon.