I am really confused that how many facebook friend request we can send in a day. Anyone can told me exact limit of sending request? Please help me!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I believe there is no such a limit. I found that some of my friend's "friend request" feature had been disabled for some days. Because they were using the feature every day and adding about 20-50 friends daily.
I used to publish my blog's content automatically on facebook using some feeder. Once I was about to join a social media club. The criteria for membership is that a member should have at least 500(I am not exactly sure about the number) friends. At that time I was having just above 100 friends. So within days I've increased the number to 500. But till now my friend request feature had not been disabled.
So I believe that there is no official limit for adding friends. It depends upon your usage...
Why would it matter? What are you possibly trying to do that involves adding that many friends?
Judging by the way that the thread starter made his opening post, it seems that he's in trouble, or something. I don't know what you're trying to accomplish with adding many friends on your Facebook account, because those accepted request won't matter if there won't be any interaction happening, and there is no genuine connection between you and those who have accepted your friend request. Anyway, to answer your question, there isn't any limit. I'll ask the same question as Ted here: what are you trying to accomplish?
Actually, I send several friend request in a day but next day i see that my account is blocked for 2 days. Then after 2 days i send about 20 to 25 request then i saw the next day my account was blocked for 30 days. So, that i am really confused!
We know that you're sending out friend requests, but what is it that you're trying to accomplish through those friend requests? Are you sharing something with that Facebook account, like content, some status updates, and whatnot? Have you tried checking out Facebook's terms and conditions? If not, you should check it out; you may have violated one of them.
Are you spamming random people or are these friends / contacts you actually know and just want to add in bulk?
Some 70% people i know and 30% people are this friends friend.
Just wondering... I know FB support isn't the greatest, but have you asked their support why your account is blocked?
Is your page personal or commercial? If it's commercial and you are sending out random friend requests and requests to "like" your page, under their Community guidelines, you are spamming and that would be the reason. If your page is personal, the only reason I could see it might be blocked is that one or members have reported you for harassment, the definition of which is repeated unwanted friend requests.
As I told earlier there is no official limit. Don't try to add friends in coming days. Wait for some days and be active on Facebook
I really don't see how this becomes an issue unless you're inviting people you don't know and in that case, what's the possible benefit?
I believe if you know somebody then facebook will not stop you. but if you sending randomly requests to anybody them facebook stop you there.. maybe temporary will block you
Actually, I don't think the issue is that you should use Facebook in a way that skirts the edges of their rules. Instead of worrying about what Facebook will do, we should all be concerned with the face we show to our friends and possible friends there. Sincerity and honesty plays strongly into credibility.
Yesterday i just send 8-10 friend request. Today when i login My Facebook account see that my account is blocked for 30 days. satish4321 what do you say to me that. If you don't know please don't give any comments please.
I think it's unlimited. I used to send 18-20 friend requests and nothing happened with my facebook account.
Again I'll ask: why do you possibly need to send out so many friend requests on a daily basis?
I say this thread has run it's course. If you want to know why your Facebook account has been blocked, you will need to find out from Facebook. All we can offer here is speculation.