How do I find my Facebook page ID?
To find your Page ID:
- In the top right of Facebook, tap. .
- Tap Pages or Your [number] Pages.
- Go to your Page.
- Tap About.
- Scroll down to see your Page ID.
How do I fix error fetching data on Facebook?
How Do I Fix Error Fetching Data on Facebook?
- Log out of Facebook. First things first, try logging out of your account.
- Clear your browser cache and cookies.
- Disable your extensions.
- Update your browser.
- Clear your Facebook app cache.
- Update or reinstall your app.
- Use a different connection.
- Use a different device.
What does it mean there was an error fetching the data?
This can occur if you’ve recently changed your SubAssistant account password or if your app’s local data cache is corrupt. To resolve this, just log out of the app and sign in again. To log out of the app on Android, open the menu in the app, and then select Logout.
Why does my Facebook page say no data available?
No Data Available On Facebook Page On the homepage or feed, a message is displayed as “no data available.” Because of this, they cannot see any posts on the feed. This happens because of a glitch in the Facebook app. You can try resolving it by updating your app, clearing the cache, and switching to the website.
How do you fix there was an error fetching the data?
Does content not available on Facebook mean I’m blocked?
Try searching the person’s name on Facebook by typing their name into the search bar at the top of the page. If you know that their profile has not been deleted and the friend no longer appears or you receive the message stating that the content is not available, they have likely blocked or unfriended you.
What does it mean on Facebook when it says this content isn’t available at the moment?
As you confirm who has shared the content initially, visit his profile page, and see the error message ‘This content isn’t available at the moment,’ which means you are blocked. You can contact and request that specific person to unblock you.