How to unlike deleted pages on Facebook
All those old pages show up in the About section of your profile. Is there any way to remove them?
Quick Answer: To unlike deleted pages on Facebook, go to your Activity Log, find Connections, and click on Pages, page likes, and interests. Scroll to the page you want to unlike and select “Unlike.” We’ve included detailed instructions below.
Take liking pages, for instance.
Those who started on Facebook as teenagers have probably been liking different pages over the years, and naturally, our interests on the platform grow and evolve.
In my early years on Facebook, I remember going through and liking just about every page I could find.
Discover a new band? Like their Facebook page. Favorite sports teams? Like their page. Any and everything that I had some sort of interest in had to be liked on Facebook.
Getting rid of active pages is straightforward, but what about pages you’ve liked that no longer exist?
They still show up on your profile for some reason. So, can you unlike those Facebook pages even after they’ve been deleted?
Can you unlike liked pages that no longer exist?
Short Answer: Yes.
Facebook allows users to unlike deleted or inactive pages, but previously they didn’t.
For example, if one of the pages you liked in the past went dormant or got deleted, there was no way to remove it from your list of liked pages. It just sat there in social purgatory. Thankfully, that’s changed.
If one of the pages you liked in the past went dormant or got deleted, there previously wasn’t a way to remove it from your list of liked pages. It just sat there in social purgatory.
The deleted page wouldn’t appear in your liked ‘Pages’ on your dashboard and never appeared on your Facebook Activity Log.
The only place that these deleted liked pages displayed was on your profile. So anyone who came along would see that you liked an ancient meme page in 2014.
The only option you had to hide those inactive liked pages from your profile was to remove that section entirely from your bio.
How to unlike deleted or inactive pages on Facebook
Facebook now lets you unlike deleted or inactive pages, and the process is as straightforward as unliking any active page. Here’s how to do it.
Click your profile image on top right-hand corner and tap on Settings & privacy
Then select Activity Log
In the Activity Log menu, scroll down and top on Connections
Click Pages, page likes, and interests
Scroll through your list of Page likes and when you find the page you want to unlike, click the three dotted button and tap “Unlike”
That’s how to remove liked pages that no longer exist. That’s it. And if you’re looking on how to remove deleted pages from your Facebook likes, the process is exactly the same.
How to remove your Facebook profile’s Liked section
To do this, navigate to your desktop profile and select the About section.
From there, scroll down until you find the Likes section that shows all the pages you’ve liked.
Then, click the three-dot menu at the top right and select Hide Section, and that section will be removed from your profile.
To be clear, this will hide all of your liked pages. To get them back, you’ll need to go to your profile, click More on the line with Posts, About, etc (shown above), and select Manage Section.
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