After successfully transferring all my photos from Facebook to Google photos, it’s time to UNLIKE the majority of the pages that I’ve previously LIKED on Facebook. Why am I doing this? Because I want to strip my profile 95% of all content I’ve posted, photos I’ve uploaded, pages liked, etc.
Initially, I thought I would have to visit each page one by one. Considering that I am innately lazy, I tried to find a way to UNLIKE pages at once similar to a ‘select all’ then ‘unlike all’ solution. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find anything like that but I did find a solution that enabled me to unlike pages one by one but faster.
To quickly unlike pages, here’s how to do it:
On your Facebook account, go to Settings & Privacy then Activity Log.
Once you’re on Activity Log, scroll down to ‘Connections’ then proceed to Pages, page likes and interests. You will then see all the pages you’ve LIKED over the years, and to start un-liking these pages, simply click the 3 dots and hit ‘UNLIKE’.
It took me approximately an hour to unlike more than a decade’s worth of pages. It would have taken me longer if I had to click on each page so I am relieved that Facebook found a way to make this easier.