With the On This Day feature, Facebook already shows users a throwback of pictures they posted and the posts they created that day in the past. And if you are big about throwbacks (or stalking), Facebook new lesser-known feature can be very useful (or embarrassing). Basically, Facebook has a tool that can help you go back to every picture you have ever liked on Facebook, as well as all the photos your friends, family and significant other have liked too. That sounds invasive though, doesn t it? Also Read - How to hide likes on Instagram, Facebook if you don't want social media validationAlso Read - Happy Friendship Day 2021: How to send Friendship Day wishes Stickers on WhatsApp
If, like me, you spend most of your time on Facebook liking cute animal photos or videos, then you most likely have nothing to worry about. However, if you post personal stuff and tend to like it yourself, and have been expanding your friend circle on Facebook, this would be a good time to start unliking some of those posts. ALSO READ: How to save WhatsApp Stories to your phone without taking screenshots Also Read - Facebook is finally bringing 'smart glasses' in collaboration with Ray-Ban
As to for the ones who are read to stalk, this feature works very easy. All you need to do is, type Photos liked by me or Photos liked by…say Mr Apple Creed, in the Facebook search bar at the top, and hit enter. And bam! You will have an entire history of every picture you have liked or someone else you probably stalking now has in their past. ALSO READ: How to recall sent mails on Gmail
You can even filter the photos by year, place and who they were posted by, so you can enjoy spending hours looking at all the photos you ve liked since joining the social network.
To be honest this is quite scary, because not only does it reveal the pages and posts you visit, it also kind of turns into a treasure for stalkers. Although, arguably, if not from the past, even now what a user likes on Facebook does appear on the timelines of their friends and family. ALSO READ: iOS 11 now supports Screen Recording: Here s how to use this feature