Facebook, without a doubt, is one of the largest social media platforms. On Facebook, we make friends, chat, share thoughts, and create memories through statuses, images, and videos. However, it’s not just about making friends and sharing; many users also play games on Facebook. For developers, marketers, and small businesses, Facebook is an essential platform for conveying messages quickly and effectively.
Apart from personal interactions, Facebook offers the potential to reach millions of people through groups and pages, as we’ve previously discussed in our article on increasing page likes. Even through your personal profile, you can connect with a wide audience, grow your friends list, and gain followers. Some users even create female Facebook accounts to add friends more frequently, but it requires smart work.
In this article, we’ll guide you on how to accept all friend requests on Facebook with just a few clicks, saving you valuable time.
How to Accept All Friend Requests on Facebook within Seconds
- Open your web browser and visit the following link: https://www.facebook.com/reqs.php.
- Once you’ve opened the link, you’ll see a list of all pending friend requests.
- To access the browser console, press the F12 key on your keyboard or right-click anywhere on the page and select “Inspect” or “Inspect Element.”
- In the console box, copy and paste the following code:
- After pasting the code, press Enter and wait for a moment. The script will automatically click the “Accept” button for each pending friend request.
- Scroll down the page to ensure that all pending requests have been accepted. If there is a “See more” option, click on it to reveal additional friend requests.
- Run the same script in the console again to accept any remaining pending requests.
- Repeat the process until all friend requests have been accepted.
This method allows you to accept multiple friend requests on Facebook with ease. If you encounter any issues or have suggestions regarding this method, please feel free to leave your comments below.