Whether you spend hours a day posting, liking and commenting on Facebook or haven’t used the social networking platform in weeks, everything you’ve done on the site is recorded in your activity log by chronological order.
The Activity Log can serve as an easy way to find a post, comment, or other action you want to share or review, but other times you just want to delete a record of certain Facebook activity.
While you can’t clear your entire Facebook activity log all at once, you can delete or delete individual activity records one by one.
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How to Clear Your Activity Log on Facebook
1. Log in to your Facebook account on your Mac or PC and click on the small downward-facing arrow in the upper right corner of the screen, then click on “Activity Log”.
2. Scroll to find an item you want to delete, then click the pencil icon at the end of the row.
3. Depending on the type of activity you’re looking to delete, you’ll have the option to “Delete” if it’s your own post or comment; “Contrary to” a publication; “Disamir” someone; or change the view status of a post to hide it from your timeline.
If you are also looking to clear your Facebook search history, you can click on the word “MORE” under the word “Comments” in the left column of the activity log page, then click on “Search History”.
In the header showing “Search History” in the center of the screen, click “Clear Searches”, then confirm again in the pop-up window.