How to Delete or Remove All Liked Posts and Pages on Facebook

Key Takeaways

  • Facebook does not provide an official way to bulk delete or unlike all posts and pages at once
  • You have to manually unlike each post, page, photo, etc. one by one
  • The process involves accessing your Activity Log, filtering for “Likes and Reactions”, and then unliking items individually

Removing Liked Posts on Facebook

To remove or unlike all the posts, photos, comments, etc. that you have previously liked on Facebook, follow these steps:

  1. Open Facebook in your web browser and log into your account.
  2. Click on the down arrow icon at the top right and select “Settings & Privacy” > “Activity Log”.
  3. In the left sidebar, click on “Interactions” and then “Likes and Reactions”. [1]
  4. You will now see a chronological list of all the posts, photos, comments, etc. that you have liked.
  5. To sort and filter this list, click on “Date” under “Filters” on the left sidebar. Select your desired date range and click “Save Changes”. [1]
  6. Go through the filtered list on the right side. For each item you want to unlike, click on the three dots next to it and select “Unlike”. [1][3]

This process can be time-consuming if you have liked a large number of posts over the years. Unfortunately, Facebook does not provide an option to bulk unlike or delete all liked items at once. [1][2]

Removing Liked Pages on Facebook

In addition to posts, you may also want to remove pages that you have previously liked on Facebook. Here’s how:

  1. Go to your Facebook profile page by clicking on your name or profile picture at the top.
  2. Click on “More” under your cover photo, then select “Likes”. [4]
  3. This will show you all the Facebook pages you have liked.
  4. Hover over any page you want to unlike and click on the blue “Liked” button. It will change to “Like”, indicating you have unliked that page. [1][5]

You can use the same process to unlike pages on the Facebook mobile app as well. [5]

It’s a good practice to periodically review and curate the pages and posts you have liked on Facebook to keep your newsfeed clean and relevant. [1][2][5] While tedious, manually unliking unwanted content is currently the only way to remove all likes on Facebook. [1][2][3][4][5]