I have suffered a lot by these updates from Facebook which has made most my post public again which I had made private in my settings. On the Play tab, run the macro to see if it reproduces what you just did. That photo you snapped on vacation? I get questions about deleting a post a lot, Facebook constantly changes how deleting posts works. Facebook: A Stalking Time-Machine Only a few days ago, a friend of mine sent me an old photo which showed us partying really hard at the age of Â±17 years. . Deleting Your Own Facebook Post The two posts above were written by others.
I keep rewriting my post in response. In order to remove them entirely here we came with an article which clearly helps you in this. If you mistakenly post something on your Facebook timeline and want to delete it but don't know how to go about it, this post will definitely show you the way out. Will deleting it from activity log does the same desired outcome? But the Greasemonkey script will warn you, as you are about to begin wiping your Facebook wall of Wall posts, comments, activities, and anything else that might display on your profile page. I imagine sooner or later Facebook will change the caret to three dots. Hover your mouse in that area to see the carrot. I saw every day new posts are being posted by that app.
You have two choices to remove posts from the timeline. Admit it, we all have made some really shitty post when we were upset or drunk. During the delete execution please do not refresh the page. In doing this, it will install iMacros to the browser allowing you to create automated code. Now you can hit Next and you are on your way to clearing your past life on Facebook. So if you see dots instead of a caret, click on them. For manually go to timeline and from right side menu click on delete option.
How do You Delete A Post From Your Facebook Timeline? Simply 'rinse and repeat', by refreshing the page and pressing the 'magic button' again. You should be looking at a script called iMacros for Firefox. It will automatically scroll through your Activity Log and either hide or delete your posts are you specified. Click the Add to Firefox button. Head to the from your Firefox browser. This will allow you to see your profile as it looks to someone who is not on your friends list. Mobile Here is an update on Mobile for June 1, 2018.
This will begin wiping the content on your current profile view. The only thing you can do is untag yourself from such posts. I guess Curtis has a different set of options than I do on his page because one is newer than the other. Now it needs final input from your side. Hover your mouse in that area to see the carrot.
Let's work together to keep the conversation civil. If someone posted something you don't like on your timeline, you'll have to hide the post from your timeline rather than removing it. If he tagged you, then your friends can see it. More info at Step 1. So click on the comment and you should see your options. I deleted my timeline posts just because of some third party integration issue.
You can delete each post manually or take smart move using bulk remover. Along with others, it seems there is roughly a 90 percent success rate. Moreover, it also reminds you of those memories by popping them up on your wall time and again. Why do they — on purpose — design this process like a pain in the ass? To be certain that all posts have been removed I suggest that after the tool has completed you repeat step 4 ensure the timeline is completely cleared. In this example -- no doubt yours will be far more cluttered, with more pictures and other activities -- you can see on this rather bare Activity log list has a string of things that can be removed. All content here is user generated, making the community such a fantastic resource for creative works.