Have you ever looked back at some of your Facebook posts and regretted what you posted? Facebook is very in the moment, and over time moments and feelings change, often leaving you with a timeline full of pictures and thoughts that you may regret or feel like they don’t represent your current situation.
Have you ever gone through the painstaking task of trying to delete all your Facebook Posts, while still keeping your account open?
I have, and its virtually impossible.
Over the years you have probably amassed thousands or even tens of thousands of posts and pictures, and deleting these all one by one would take months.
Luckily, there are a few solutions to this problem. The first and most recommended would be to never open a Facebook account in the first place. As most know Facebook is a data mining operation disguised as an innocent way for you to connect with friends and family.
But since you’re reading this post I’m sure that doesn’t apply to you.
The other solution is called Facebook Post Manager. I’m not sure how long it’s going to be around as Facebook is trying to shut them down, as the developer warns:
They are still coming at the extension. They claim that I cannot use “F” or “book” either. Any legal suggestion would be highly appreciated.
F___book filed a complaint about using their trademark. I am very proud. I create and share this extension for free so that all the Internet users can fully control contents of their own.
This extension is 100% FREE if you use Google Chrome as your browser. I have tested this add-on and give it my full approval. It’s a great tool to bulk delete Facebook posts, likes and comments.
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