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I went into Settings and then scrolled down to Facebook (it was in the 7th group of items listed together in a white box background) and in there under "Allow these app to use this account" I turned the little slidey-switch-thing to off.
You can use safari plugins to help you blocking URL's, like 1Blocker and use the 'Block URL's function. BTW, another way would be to use a custom DNS server.
On iOS 9, if you go to the iPhone Settings app > Facebook (that's in the 7th "block" of settings as you scroll down, with social media accounts like Twitter, Flickr and Vimeo—whether you have an account or not), there is a disclaimer: *Photos and user names are automatically updated for Facebook friends. Choose "Update All Contacts" to temporarily provide ...
Not directly, but you could use a provisioning profile to assign a web proxy or custom DNS server to perform your filtering.
Apparently, if your friend hasn't been active for more than a few days—I'm not sure what the exact cutoff duration is—Facebook doesn't show their active status, e.g., "Active 14h ago." It just shows "Facebook" or "Messenger" instead. I'm not sure why Facebook would hide active statuses of friends who've been inactive for more than a few days. Probably for ...
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