Facebook is a social media platform that is known for being one of the most popular social media applications. It was launched in 2004 and was developed by Mark Zuckerberg. Facebook has more than 2 billion active users around the world.
We also know Facebook for being a very useful tool for connecting with people around the world. However, many issues can occur when you try to use Facebook on your computer or mobile device.
On this page, you will find more information about the most common causes and most relevant solutions for the Facebook Messenger API error '613 - 2018338'. Do you need help straight away? Visit our support page.
One of the most common errors that you might encounter is facebook-messenger-api-613-2018338 error code. This error occurs because there is a limit on how many calls you can make in a period of time.
To fix this error, you need to try a few solutions.
Solution 1: Spread API calls over time
The first solution that you can try is to reduce the number of API calls that you make at one time. If you use Facebook frequently, there may be a large number of API calls.
This will result in a large amount of data being sent to Facebook every time. To solve this issue, you can spread out the number of API calls that you make.
For example, you can make a smaller number of requests every 5 minutes instead of making one request every second.
You can also try making multiple requests at once instead of making one request every second. You can do this by using a service like MaxCDN or Fastly.
These services will allow you to download files and other data quickly by using multiple servers at once.
Solution 2: Change your browser extension settings
The next solution that you can try is to change your browser extension settings so that they are more efficient when it comes to sending data to Facebook.
If your browser extension is not sending all the data that it should be sending, then it will result in an error code like facebook-messenger-api-613-2018338 being displayed on your computer or mobile device.
The best way to fix this issue is to find out what your browser extension is doing wrong. The easiest way to do this is to go to the browser extension’s website and read the instructions on how to change the settings for that extension.
If these two solutions don't work, contact Facebook support to find out what they can do to help you.