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How to View Liked Posts on Facebook

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If you need to filter through the posts you’ve supported in the past, you can go back and view your liked Facebook posts. This guide explains how.

Facebook “likes” are the tool you use to express approval or appreciation on the platform. They’re an easy mechanism to show your support for something or someone online.

It only takes a click to like something on Facebook to show your support for a person or post, but have you ever wanted only to view the posts you have liked on Facebook?

You can view liked posts on Facebook by navigating through the settings system. In addition, you can remove or manage your liked posts while viewing what you have supported through the years.

How to View Liked Posts on Facebook on a PC or Mac

There is a way to see all the posts you have liked on Facebook through your Activity Log. You can access it through Facebook settings. Here is how to do it on the web version from your desktop.

To view liked posts on Facebook on a PC or Mac:

  1. Launch a browser on your desktop, head to the Facebook website, and sign into your account if you aren’t already.
  2. Click your profile icon in the top right corner and select Settings & privacy from the menu.

View Liked Posts on Facebook

  1. Click the Activity log option from the following menu.

  1. Expand the Interactions option from the Activity log section in the right panel.

View Liked Posts on Facebook

  1. Under Interactions, select the Likes and reactions option.

  1. On the right side of the screen, all your liked posts will display so you can view them.
  2. To see the post thread, click on the post. In addition, you can select all of them by checking the All box at the top and then removing them.

View Liked Posts on Facebook

  1. Or, if you only want to remove one, click the three-dot button next to the liked post and select the Unlike option to remove your support for the post or person.

View Liked Posts on Facebook

How to View Liked Posts on Facebook on Mobile

If you aren’t at your computer, you can view your liked posts on Facebook using the mobile app. This is available for Android, iPhone, and iPad users.

To view liked posts on Facebook on mobile:

  1. Launch the Facebook app on your phone or tablet.
  2. Click the Menu button.

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  1. Swipe down and tap Settings & privacy > Settings.

  1. Swipe down to the Your information section and select Activity log from the menu.

  1. Under the Manage tags section of the Activity log screen, tap the Interaction menu.

View Liked Posts on Facebook

  1. Tap Likes and reactions from the menu.

  1. All your liked posts on Facebook will appear on the screen. You can sort through them by swiping down on the screen to see more.

View Liked Posts on Facebook

  1. Tap the All option to select the posts, and tap the Remove button at the bottom to remove the liked posts.

View Liked Posts on Facebook

  1. Tap the three-dot button next to a liked post to bring up options to view the post or unlike it.

  1. The mobile version of Facebook allows you to sort through your liked posts by date. Tap the menu button in the top left corner of the screen.

View Liked Posts on Facebook

  1. When the Filters menu appears, tap Date.

View Liked Posts on Facebook

  1. Scroll through the calendar to choose the dates you want to filter.

  1. Choose the Start Date and End Date you want to filter your liked comments and tap Done.

  1. Now only liked posts from that time range will display for you to sort through.

Managing Your Facebook Interactions

Having the ability to view liked posts on Facebook is a helpful way to check back on some of the interactions you’ve made in the past. For example, you might not be able to find an old post via the search feature. You might want to revisit questionable posts from your past and remove your support. Whatever the reason, viewing liked posts on Facebook is straightforward on mobile and desktop.

For additional tips and tricks on getting more from Facebook, read about removing Stories or how to add a temporary picture to your profile. Or, if you want a rebrand on the social network, you can change your Facebook username.

If you are having trouble with a user’s posts, learn about muting someone on Facebook. And if you have videos on your profile, you no longer want or need, check out how to delete videos on Facebook.

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