Wednesday, 19 December 2018

How to Clear Facebook Search History – Delete Facebook Search History

How To Clear  History Made Easy.
I believe you’ve currently heard a lot about Facebook’s Chart Browse Tool. It’s a brand-new search function that lets you look for all sort of things.
Among the huge things that chart search does is mine other individuals’ profile details and ‘like’ . Is this a bad thing? Likes and profile info is quite safe things, right? Not actually.
Chart search produces a big gold mine of exactly what is called Open-source Intelligence (OSINT). OSINT is an intelligence information about individuals that is openly and readily available for the world to see and have access to. Unless you have gotten rid of a lot of specific details from your profile or made all your likes personal, then there is most likely a significant amount of OSINT offered about you through Facebook’s Chart Browse.
Getting rid of fragile individual information from your profile and concealing likes can help in excluding you from some chart searches, however, have you thought about the searches you’ve made?
Unfortunately, the searches you make on chart browse are being recorded and it belongs to your  Activity Log. These searches are set by default to be viewed just by you, however, it does not mean that they do not exist. The searches are still in your Facebook Activity log, and Facebook still has access to them.  Also, your  could see what you’ve been searching for if you leave your  open on their computer system by checking out your activity log.

How to Clear Facebook Search History?

Follow these basic actions to eliminate your Chart Browse history:
  • Visit Facebook and tap on the ‘Search’ button without entering any search option
  • On the options that pop up, click on ‘Edit’
  • Click on ‘Clear Searches’
  • You will get a pop-up notification asking if you are sure about clearing the searches you’ve made, click on ‘Clear Searches’

See how to:
Log on to Facebook
Click the down arrow in the upper-right corner of the page and select “Activity Log” from the drop-down menu
A list of options displays on the left side of the Activity Log screen. Click “More” under “Comments” to expand the list.
Click “Search” in the expanded list.
A list of all your searches is displayed by date. To delete one search item, click the block icon to the right of the item and select “Delete” from the drop-down menu.
The “Remove Search” dialog box displays making sure you want to remove the search. Click “Remove Search” to complete the removal process.
To clear all of your search history, click the “Clear Searches” link at the top of the page.
A confirmation dialog box displays for this action, as well, reminding you that your search history helps them show you better results when you search. What they don’t say is that it also helps them collect information about you. If you would rather not provide them that information, click “Clear Searches” to remove you entire search history.
  • Tap on the ‘Search’ button without entering any search option
  • On the options that pop up, click on ‘Edit’
  • Click on ‘Clear Searches’
  • You will get a pop-up notification asking if you’re sure about clearing the searches you’ve made, click on ‘Confirm’
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N/B: Search logging hasn’t been disabled, it simply means that you are limiting the information Facebook collects about you and that what you have currently searched for has been cleared. You may likely want to do this clearing on a routine basis. Please share this article on Facebook. Thanks a lot.


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