How do you change your birth year on facebook?
Click on profile.Then click on info.Then scroll down to the very bottom of the info page.Click help in the lower right hand corner.Then in the search bar that pops up type how do i change my birth year. If you are under 18 click on the button that says "i am under 18."
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Click on profile. Then click on info. Then scroll down to the verybottom of the info page.Click help in the lower right hand corner.Then in the search bar that pops up type ho…w do i change my birthyear. If you are under 18 click on the button that says "I am under18."
"You Can't ! Once You Have Saved Your Year Of Birth You Cannot Change It . It's Just The Way It Is ." This is basically the reply I've seen every time this question is ask…ed. There is a way to change your birth year on BeBo! Tonight was my first experience with BeBo and the fact that for some reason it assumed I was born December 30, 1969 instead of my real birthday, May 12, 1981, irritated me. So after playing around with it for about a half hour, I got it right. Granted, its not the easiest thing to do. But as I write this I am working on a blog post explaining (with pictures) how to do it, and will try to simplify it as much as possible. But it is possible to correct the year, my corrected birth date is proof... and yes I have screen grabs of it originally showing the incorrect birth date. I will update this answer as soon as I am finished... just wanted to let anyone searching that there is a way. I am not intending on using this to promote my blog in any way... it is just easier for me to go into detail and add pictures and code that way. You can check back here shortly or check my blog, as it will be the top, most recent post, at: http://andthisjust-in.blogspot.com Last Updated: November 18, 2010 8:39 Pacific Coast Time
Click on profile.Then click on info.Then scroll down to the very bottom of the info page.Click help in the lower right hand corner.Then in the search bar that pops up type how… do i change my birth year. If you are under 18 click on the button that says "i am under 18."
There is a link that states "Edit profile" on your Profile page. The newer profile pages have it mixed in with where your occupation and basic info is under your name. If y…ou are having a hard time finding it, hit CTRL+F and type in Edit, and it should show up. Your Birthday settings are maybe about halfway down.
Only way is to get a new document or have the place who made the document so official add an attachment with the updated information. What is this document used for and why ar…e you changing the Birth year is the real question here?
Idony know Yes it will :)
Currently (Feb. 2010) there is no way to change the color of a profile page on Facebook. -- actually, there is a site called pagerage.com. Download it. Don't worry; it i…s not a virus. Then, you have a selection of colors and designs to choose from! It's easy.
Yes, because your off birth control...
Click on the album first. Then, click on edit info, and you're there. (:
Go to Profile and click Edit Profile. On the list of choices, there should be something that says Basic Information. Next to your birth date, there are options. It says: show …full birth date, show only month and day, and hide birth date. Click on hide birth date. And scroll down and click save changes.
go to edit profile and just edit your information if it dont work then you should delete your account and just make a new one.! :)
There is no setting/input for your date of birth. If you have your age in your bio then you can log in, go to settings, profile, and then change your bio information. (the …description etc you type in yourself)
Would it be inapropriate to contact your Moms birth Mother through Facebook even through she had tried 10 years ago unsuccessfully?
It's probably not "inappropriate", so long as it's done tactfully, however there's no guarantee that she will reply (you may be better off assuming that she will not reply; th…at way you can't be disappointed). Also, repeated attempts on your part may be misconstrued as 'harassment', - this is obviously the main issue with trying to contact her (repeatedly). The best way forward might be to briefly contact her, just saying that you're all happy and healthy etc... a reassuring email without putting any pressure on her to reply. I'm sure she'd like to know that you're all ok, but she may not want the pressure or responsibilities of being a mother/grandmother to you all, which is why she may not contact you back. Also, any family that she has now may have difficulties accepting that she has other children, which, again, may make it difficult for her to reply to you. Also, make sure that you definitely have the right person :) Good luck.
well, to say that u made an error. or u didnt look when u pressed ok.. or something like that.