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By default, Facebook allows both fans and non-fans to send direct messages to Pages.

Page owners cannot initiate direct messages to Fans; they can only respond to inbound messages.

Unread messages will appear under the "Unread" heading on the right side of your Page.

Mouse over the number of unread messages to reveal a window with all the messages users have sent to you.

To respond to a message, click it, type your response and press "reply." The message will then appear in the "messages" section of a user's personal profile.

Click the "See All" link to view all messages, and use the icons to the right to mark messages as unread or archive them.

Archived messages can then be accessed via the "Archived" link in the top left of the "Messages" page.

If you want to remove the ability for people to message your Page, click the "Settings" tab and select "Messages." Deselect the "Messages" option and "Save Changes."

Direct message1. A private message between two users of a Web application that generally can't be seen by the community; 2. a private message on Twitter that can only be sent if the recipient is a follower of the sender.FacebookThe world's largest social networking platform; it is used to communicate and share content with users' friends and family around the world.FanA Facebook user that has "Liked" a Facebook Page or interest.MessageA typed communication that is sent out to others.Click1. The pressing of a mouse pointer on a link; 2. a tracked metric of users that click on a specific element.Reply1. The act of responding or answering an email in direct reply to the sender; emails sent in reply are prefixed by "Re:"; 2. a post on a blog, forum, or other social network crafted as a direct response to another post, often associated with or linked to the original post.ProfileA centralized presence on a Web application or website.IconA small picture or image used by websites and apps to represent a function, tool, action or location.Archive1. A function in email applications that allows users to move messages out of their inbox and into virtual storage; 2. a collection of saved documents or records.Facebook Pages3204Communicate 1-On-1 with Facebook Fans
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