Here’s how to delete all Facebook Post on facebook simultaneously and record your activity using the Manage Activity tool in a web browser or in the cell program.
How to delete all posts on facebook in a web browser
There are a couple of ways to do this, including filtering posts if you would like to delete something special.
- Proceed to Facebook.com or start the Facebook program and sign into your account. Select your name or profile icon at the upper-left sidebar or at the menu bar to visit your profile.
- Select Manage Posts located beneath the post composer.
- Select Filters to narrow down the available options. You are able to select certain years, who generated the post, solitude levels, and items you’re tagged in.
- 4. Choose the square check box at the upper-right corner of any post thumbnail you would like to delete.
5. When you’ve chosen all of the posts that you want to delete, pick Next in the base of the display.
6. Choose Delete Posts, then select Done.
Tip: If you don’t want to permanently delete these posts, conceal the posts rather, so they no longer appear in your profile timeline. Select Hide Posts on Facebook.com or tap Hide out of timeline on the app. To unhide these articles, go to the Activity Log on your profile and select the Hidden from timeline tab.
Also Read:: How To Delete All Messages In Facebook At Once
How to delete all posts on facebook in Mobile (Facebook App)
Before we get started, the majority delete/archive functionality is now only available on Facebook’s cellphone programs (Android, iOS, and Lite). Thus, make sure you have one of the models before you start.
The procedure to delete Facebook posts in mobile Here’s how you can do it:
1. Open the Facebook app on your phone.
2. Got to your own profile, and tap the three-dot menu.
3. Go to Activity Log > Handle Activity and tap the popup that says Your Posts.
4. Once you find the list of your posts, you can select all posts you need to archive or delete, and reach that option accordingly.
All archived or deleted posts will show up as labels in Your posts sections. It’s possible to tap those labels to view your deleted or archived posts. Facebook will retain your posts in the recycle bin for 30 days in case you deleted a post by error, and want to restore it. It is a bummer that there is no choice to bulk delete posts on Facebook’s desktop website. Hopefully, the business will roll out this feature shortly. Until then, it is possible to hide all of your sins under the carpet via mobile apps.