When I was a kid people used to say, “I tried and tried to call you, but I just couldn’t get through.” Times have changed a great deal, now we have call waiting and EVERYONE has voicemail.
Today’s “I tried and tried,” is electronic. I sent you an email, I commented on your site or on Facebook, but you can’t find a thing…It’s usually due to the spam filter.
Don’t let it happen on Facebook again…Regularly check your Facebook page’s spam filter.
How to Check Facebook’s Spam Filter
Scroll to the administrative panel at the top of your Facebook page and click “edit page.”
Scroll down and select “use activity log.”
You will end up on a page that looks like this:
Click on the button located on the far right of your screen that reads “all” and then select “spam” from the drop down box.
You will reach a page that documents all of the comments Facebook has ruled as spam.
Most of what you will find there will probably be spam. You can choose to delete those (you can also block that individual or page from posting again) comments or leave them. Whatever you prefer.
For those comments that shouldn’t have been listed as spam, simply select “unmark as spam.”
That’s it! So simple.
I try to check my filter every week or so, but it’s easy to forget. I really need to add it to my daily calendar.
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