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I'd like to turn off Facebook chat (appear offline) in Facebook's Android app.

I am not quite sure where to post question. On what site within the network would it be on topic?

PS: I was wondering if we have something similar to "Super User" which is where we usually get solution for computer related issues.

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Reading your question again, are you simply asking on which site to ask? Because I can't tell. Are you aware of Android Enthusiasts? – slhck Sep 1 '13 at 9:57
Questions about the relevant site(s) to post a question on should be tagged [site-rec]. – Frédéric Hamidi Sep 1 '13 at 9:57
@misguided, Super User is part of the Stack Exchange network, so we do have something like it, yes. – Frédéric Hamidi Sep 1 '13 at 10:04
@slhck: from what I make of it, you've interpreted the question correctly. He's asking "what site on the Stack Exchange network would this question be on-topic in?". – Qantas 94 Heavy Sep 1 '13 at 10:08
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Going by a look at Android Enthusiasts on-topic list, I think your question would be fine there.

Android Enthusiasts Stack Exchange is for enthusiasts, power users, and regular people who use the Android operating system.

If your question generally covers...

  • Using your Android device
  • Using a particular app on your Android device
  • Trying to solve an error or other issue in using your Android device

Your question falls under the emphasised category. If you are still unsure, ask on Android Enthusiasts Meta.

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Yep, this is okay there. – Jeffrey Lin Sep 1 '13 at 12:50

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