- How do I clear my Facebook cache?
- How can I make all my past posts private on Facebook?
- How do I hide all posts from everyone on Facebook 2019?
- Why does Facebook keep showing old posts?
- How do I make my photos on Facebook private?
- How do I find old posts on Facebook Mobile?
- Why can I only go back so far on Facebook?
- How do you see all your old posts on Facebook?
- Is there a way to hide all photos on Facebook?
- Can restricted friends see old posts?
- Why can’t I see all my friends posts on Facebook 2020?
- How do I permanently change Facebook news feed to most recent?
- How do I restore my Facebook news feed?
How do I clear my Facebook cache?
How to clear Facebook app cache:Open the Settings app on your phone.Tap on Apps & notifications.Tap Facebook if you see the app in the Recently opened apps section at the top.
If you don’t see Facebook, tap See all X apps and tap on Facebook.Tap Storage.
Tap Clear cache..
How can I make all my past posts private on Facebook?
Click in the top right of Facebook.Select Settings & Privacy > Settings.In the left column, click Privacy.Next to Limit the audience for posts you’ve shared with friends of friends or Public?, click Limit Past Posts.Click Limit Past Posts > Limit Past Posts to confirm.
How do I hide all posts from everyone on Facebook 2019?
Hide your posts and tags. Select “Only Me” to hide future posts from anyone but yourself. Return to the Privacy menu and select “Limit the audience for posts you’ve shared with friends of friends or Public?” Tap “Limit Old Posts” and then confirm to hide all of your past posts.
Why does Facebook keep showing old posts?
Sometimes a post that you’ve already seen will move to the top of News Feed because many of your friends have liked or commented on it. … If you feel you’re missing posts you’d like to see, or seeing posts in your News Feed that you don’t want to see, you can adjust your settings.
How do I make my photos on Facebook private?
Hi Joice, Featured photos are always public; you can’t change the privacy for them.
How do I find old posts on Facebook Mobile?
To view your past posts in your Activity Log:Go to your profile and click “View Activity Log”Click “Your Posts” on the left side.Use the years on the right to help you navigate through your past posts.
Why can I only go back so far on Facebook?
1- You can try clearing your cache and temporary data. You can do this from your web browser’s settings or preferences. … 2- If this doesn’t solve your issue, it may be because you’re using third-party browser extensions. We recommend disabling these add-ons before accessing the site again.
How do you see all your old posts on Facebook?
To find your old posts on your Facebook profile:Go to your profile.Click “view activity log”On the left side click “your posts” or “posts by others”You can use the years on the right to navigate for older posts.
Is there a way to hide all photos on Facebook?
Scroll to Photos & Videos and click the circle to select. Click Privacy: See all and select Privacy: Public. You can also see only the photos you’ve hidden on your timeline by tapping Visibility: All, then Visibility: Hidden. Click Save Changes.
Can restricted friends see old posts?
Click the settings gear. Choose “View Privacy Shortcuts” Select “See more privacy settings” Click “Limit who can see past posts”
Why can’t I see all my friends posts on Facebook 2020?
HERE’S THE FIX: Scroll down to the bottom of the Newsfeed on your HOME page and click on”Edit Options”. In the popup, click on the dropdown menu next to ‘Show posts from:’ and select “All Of Your Friends and Pages” and then clickSave.
How do I permanently change Facebook news feed to most recent?
Click the three horizontal dots next to “News Feed” in the left sidebar and then select the “Most Recent” option. As with the new design, you’ll need to enable this setting every time you close or refresh your feed.
How do I restore my Facebook news feed?
Hi Michael, Your News Feed should be filled with updates from your people and Pages you follow. If any of your feeds are blank, close and reopen Facebook to refresh your News Feed or update the browser you’re using.