Facebook keeps a log for every activity that you do online, such as videos that you’ve watched, posts you’ve commented on, likes and shares, and even your search history. Now you’re going to show you how to keep on track with your Facebook activities.
What is a Facebook activity log?
You may check and modify your Facebook activity in the activity log. You may browse your stuff by scrolling through it or filtering it by category to look at certain items like posts, posts you’re tagged in, pictures, videos, friend requests, and events.
What is my Facebook activity log, and how do I use it?
You can check and control what you share on Facebook using your activity log.
To view your activity log:
1. On Facebook, click your profile image in the upper right corner.
2. After choosing Settings and Privacy, select Activity Log.
3. From this point, you can review activity types like:
- Your Posts- To review content you’ve shared on Facebook, such as images, videos, text, and status updates.
- Activity You’re Tagged In – Review the posts, photographs, and comments you’ve been tagged in.
- Review interactions for likes, comments, and reactions.
- Groups and Events – You can review things like your group activity and events you’ve created.
- Profile information – shows you things like your phone number and email address.
- Connections to review things like friends, page likes and relationships.
- Logged Actions and Other Activity to review things like your devices, logins and videos you’ve watched.
4. Scroll down and click on the Activity Log.
5. Now you can see all of your activity logs, such as shared, liked, commented posts, and everything else that you have done on Facebook.
6. If you want to see everything that you have watched on Facebook, including your past history of watched, go to View Connections.
7. Then you can see everything like videos you’ve watched, videos you’ve searched for, and more.
Note: Only you can see your activity log, but the posts and other content in it may appear in other places on Facebook, like on your profile, in search, or in your friends’ news feeds.