How Many Friend Requests Can I Send on Facebook?

If you are wondering how to get more friend requests on Facebook in one day, then you might have stumbled upon a video tutorial that promises to do just that. However, there are some important things to note before trying out the method mentioned in the tutorial.

Firstly, it is advisable to use the tutorial only for fun purposes and not to compare or compete with others. Sending friend requests to unknown people may cause privacy concerns, so it is important to skip the tutorial if you are highly concerned about your account privacy. Also, it is important to note that making friends and followers on Facebook will not necessarily make you famous.

Assuming you are okay with the above precautions, the tutorial suggests the following steps to get more friend requests on Facebook:

1. Open your favorite browser and go to

2. Once the page loads, click on the menu given on the right corner and then click on account settings.

3. Click on privacy and change who can see your future posts to public.

4. Change who can send you friend requests to public.

5. Change who can follow me to public.

6. Change public post comments to public.

7. Go to Follow the link given in the description of the tutorial.

8. Once the page loads, scroll down a bit and click on generate access token.

9. Login using your Facebook username and password.

10. After entering the correct account details, click on generate access token.

11. On the next screen, copy-paste the access token on the second box and then click on login.

12. Once the page loads, click on “use auto request”.

13. Wait for a few seconds and then open your Facebook account to check if you got any friend requests or not.

The tutorial suggests repeating the above steps every 15 minutes to get more and more friend requests.

It is important to note that we do not recommend or endorse the above method and are not responsible for any harm caused to your account. It is always advisable to follow the Facebook community standards and guidelines.