Facebook has been regularly rolling out updates to make the social networking site more relevant. But apparently only thing that the popular portal has been able to achieve is making itself more and more 'creepy'.
How would you like it if your girlfriend/boyfriend was able to see every photo that you have ever liked? Facebook has made this 'horror' a reality.
A new simple trick will let you see every photo you have ever liked on Facebook. Not only that, just by tweaking the feature, you can also see all the photos your friends and family have liked too.
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For this, all you need to do is go to the search box at the top of the Facebook page and search for ‘Photos liked by me’ and it will show you all the photos that you have ever liked.
Interestingly, you can also use this too to see all the images your friends/family have ever liked by simply typing 'Photos liked by…' followed by the person(s) name.
If that is not enough, you can also see everyone who refused to be your friend on Facebook.
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Here’s how to do it:
Open your Facebook account in a browser (not the app) and click on the friend request tab. Select ‘view all’ in the drop down menu and then click on ‘view sent requests’.
If it has been years and that office colleague, for example, who you thought was your friend hasn’t accepted your request, then it is time to withdraw your that request.