Facebook remains one of the most popular applications among users Android in Spain, which we can master thanks to many tricks. The social network is one of those applications in which you spend a lot of time on a regular basis. In that time spent on it, it is common to like many publications, friends or pages that you have followed or seen.
It is possible that at a certain moment you are looking for a post, photo, or comment you’ve liked on your Facebook account, but you no longer remember the page or profile where you liked. If you are looking for something, in the social network we can find all the publications that we have liked.
Use the Facebook activity log
Facebook has an activity log, where we will be able to see everything we have done on our account. In this activity log you can see the searches carried out, the comments we have made, as well as our likes. So we can see if we have liked a photo, publication or comment on the social network. So here you will be able to see what you were looking for. The steps to access it are:
- Open Facebook on your phone.
- Click on the icon with the three horizontal stripes.
- Click on Settings and privacy.
- Go into Settings.
- Go down until you reach the Activity Record section.
- Enter this registry.
- Find the post that you liked back in the day.
- To be able to see it, click on the specific record and the publication will then open on the screen.
The Facebook activity log is organized chronologically, with the dates on which you carried out these actions (from searching to liking a publication). If you remember the date, you will only have to find that specific day where you liked a photo or comment on the social network. If you don’t remember, you will have to search that registry.
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