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Solved Facebook Displays Never-Ending Circle Instead of Log Out ?

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by Jack1000, Jun 3, 2019.

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  1. Jack1000

    Jack1000 Thread Starter

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    Guys,

    I would say that maybe twice a year, I try to log out of Facebook and get this never spinning circle instead of the log out options. I don't want to delete cookies, therefore having to re-enter all my passwords again. I clearned History and Cache. Using Firefox on Windows 10, but it sometimes happens in Edge as well.

    Is there another way to log out through the website? or do I have to just wait for Facebook to correct itself? Or do I have to clear cookies until Facebook corrects itself? (See Photo.)

    Jack
     

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    make sure it's not the browser.

    Also if you are using Chrome, try using Incognito Mode so you don't have to worry about clearing your password/cookies.
     
  3. Jack1000

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    The issue was on Facebook's end also affecting Edge. It has been resolved. I sent a Feedback report. Will try Incogeto/Private Mode for Facebook. This is a good idea!

    Jack
     
  4. Couriant

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    You will need to enter your password in, but only for FB. I do use a password manager to know and input my passwords in (I don't use the browser to remember it).
     
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