Question from Angie L.: I’m trying to find a specific photo of a family member that I liked on Facebook a couple of years back.
The problem is I can’t remember who posted the photo so I don’t know whose photos to look through.
I have lots of family members on Facebook so it would probably take forever to find it.
Do you know of a way to list all the pictures I’ve ever liked in one group so I can look through them and find that one photo that I’m looking for?
Rick’s answer: This just happens to be a very common issue, Angie. And luckily, the answer to your question is yes.
There’s indeed a very simple way to show all the photos you have ever liked on Facebook in one continuous collection. Just follow the steps below.
Note: This procedure works equally well whether you’re viewing Facebook in a web browser or via the Facebook mobile app.
1 – Log into your Facebook account.
2 – Type the following into the Facebook “Search” box:
photos liked by me
You should now see a handful of the last photos you liked displayed on your screen.
3 – (Optional) – If you happen to know the year in which you liked the photo you’re searching for you can select that year over in the left-hand column.
Selecting a year should help speed up your search because you’ll only have to sift through the photos you liked during that particular year.
4 – Click the See all link to view all of your liked photos in one continuous collection.
That’s all there is to it. Now all you have to do is scroll down and view the photos until you find the one you’re looking for.
I hope this helps, Angie. Good luck!
Update from Angie: That helped a bunch, Rick! It only took a couple of minutes to find the photo I was looking for. Thank you so much!
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