How To Take A Break From Your Facebook Account

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How To Take A Break From Your Facebook Account ?

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If you also want to take a break from your Facebook account because of any reasons, whether for exams or anything else, but don’t want to delete your account. Then no need to worry because now without deleting, you can take a break from your account by just deactivating the account for some time. And for that concern, we have come with this blog; in this  Facebook Password Recovery  will guide you on how to deactivate your account temporarily . The steps for deactivating the Facebook account are as follows. In case if you face any difficulties while following the steps, then you are supposed to reach us as soon as possible. Now the steps are : First of all, you need to go to the down arrow. You can find this arrow at the top right corner, and then just visit the Settings option. Now, you have to tap the option of ‘your Facebook information’. You will see the Deactivation and deletion option. Just tap on it and move to the next step. Though you need to deactivate the account, just choose the Deactivate account. Finally, you are supposed to select Continue for confirming the process of deactivation. It will ask the reason why you want to deactivate, just give the specified reason or tick any one of the given options. Thus, finally, your account will get deactivated. You can activate it whenever you required.

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Thus, you have successfully deactivated your Facebook account in very easy steps. For more information, you can visit our website and can look for how-to blogs in which you can find many such related blogs including the steps to  Recover My Facebook Password . But, if still, you need our assistance, you can contact us via a toll-free number or can directly live chat with us. We are always there to guide you as well as help you. Thus stop waiting and reach us right now for help . Original Source

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