Saturday, 10 March 2018

How to find a FB Profile User ID No.?

If the Profile User hasn’t set their Username yet, you can find the User ID No. by visiting their Profile. You can see this type of link in the address bar: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002358039961 The Bold part is the FB Profile User ID No. If the Profile User has set their Username, you can find the User ID No. by following these steps: To find a FB Profile User ID No. on the Desktop Version Website: www.facebook.com Browsers: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer Mobile Version Website: m.facebook.com Browsers: Google Chrome, UC Browser, Opera Browser
touch.facebook.com : Browsers: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, UC Browser, Opera Browser 1. Go to the Profile and click on the About tab



2. Go to the Address Bar of your Browser and you can see this type of link: https://www.facebook.com/audipurba/about?lst=100005034630204%3A100002358039961%3A1519213677 The Bold part is the FB Profile User ID No.



3. Now copy the ID no. and paste it in your desire place to use it ================================================================ To find a FB Profile ID No. on the Mobile Basic Version Website:
m.facebook.com : Browsers: Mozilla Firefox
mbasic.facebook.com : Browsers: Google Chrome, Opera Mini 1. Go to the Profile and click on the More button



2. Go to the Address Bar of your Browser and you can see this type of link: https://mbasic.facebook.com/mbasic/more/?owner_id=100002358039961 The Bold part is the FB Profile User ID No.



3. Now copy the ID no. and paste it in your desire place to use it ================================================================ You can also use the following Websites to find any FB Profile User ID No.: lookup-id.com commentpicker.com/find-facebook-id.php findmyfbid.in ================================================================ If you can’t be able to find a Profile User ID No., please Comment on below with the Profile Link... I’ll find the Profile User ID No. for you.

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