How to: Bulk Accept or Reject Friend Request on Facebook

Facebook has become the largest social networking site where most of the people in the world have an account in it. The basic fun in a social networking site is “Friends”. If a person is more concerned towards his privacy, he will add only people whom he personally knows. But there are many people who adds strangers in their account. Those people may have an aim to grow a new relationship with strangers. Also, some people just to show “mass” of their Facebook profile, they would like to increase number of friends in their account by accepting all incoming friend request.

Usually, when someone becomes more popular, he/ she might receive more friend requests. It is much difficult to manage their incoming friend request. In that case we need to confirm or reject each friend request one by one. If you more care about your Facebook profile’s privacy, then you have to check on each incoming requests manually. But if in case, you want to accept or reject friend request all at one, then to make your work more easier, you can follow this trick.

The steps you need to follow is much simple than ever.

To accept friend request in bulk:

Step #1: Go here and check for the “Accept” button. Drag the “Accept” button to the bookmark bar of your web browser.

Step #2: Open http://www.facebook.com/reqs.php and just click on the bookmark which you made on your browser’s bookmarks toolbar.

Note: If you have received any Friend suggestions from your friends, then a friend request will also be sent to the person whom your friend has suggested.

To Reject or Cancel all Friend Request:

Step #1: Go here and check for the “Reject” button. Drag the button to your bookmark toolbar of web browser.

Step #2: Open http://www.facebook.com/reqs.php and just click on the bookmark which you made on your browser’s bookmarks toolbar.

accept or reject friend requests in bulk

Please remember that only the friend request shown on reqs.php will be accepted or rejected. If you have more friend request, then you will have to load all friend request so that all your incoming requests will be shown on a single page. After loading all requests, you may click on the bookmark which you created.

Note that the above buttons for accepting and rejecting friend request contains JavaScript. When you click them, the JavaScript runs on the page where you clicked it. The above scripts have been tested and does not contain any harmful techniques to trap your account or computer.

If you have any queries, then feel free to share your comments here. Good luck! Happy Facebooking!





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