Just imagine you have 100+ Facebook friends and you need to invite all of them to your 1st marriage anniversary. It’s very simple, you can just create an event and invite all your friends. But the real problem is, how can you select 1000+ friends? You can go and click on each of your thousand friends & then send them invitations or an easy way is to make use of the following tips. These tips enable you to select all Facebook friends with a single click and invite them to en event, invite them to like your fan page, etc. These are just a few examples of things you can do with this select all option, the possibilities are just endless!
Select All Facebook Friends On Google Chrome
1. Visit the following extension page (Facebook Super Select All).
2. Click on Add to Chrome button at the top of the page.
3. After a few seconds the installation will begin and after it’s done log in to your Facebook account.
4. Proceed towards inviting your friends to an event or for liking a page. You will now see a new option in place named Select All.
5. Simply click on the Select All button and all your Facebook friends will be selected with a single click!
This add-on works only on Google Chrome. Here is an add-on to select all friends on Facebook if you use Mozilla Firefox.
Select All Facebook Friends On Firefox
1. Install Greasemonkey Firefox add-on from here.
2. Install Select All Facebook Friends add-on from here.
3. Now after logging into your Facebook account, proceed towards inviting all your Facebook friends to an event or liking a page.
4. You will see two options – Start # and End #.
Suppose if you want to select 1-344 of your 1000 Facebook friends, enter 1 in Start # and enter 344 in End # and then click on the Select Friends button.
You can change the number 1 and 344 according to your wish and needs. If you have less than 1000 friends, don’t add the number 1001 or more. It may not select all friends at all.
That’s it! You can now select all friends on Facebook with a single click!
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Last Updated: May 26, 2013