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How to see posts you liked on Facebook

Find out what posts you were liking over a year ago.

Published onFebruary 26, 2024

If you’ve had your Facebook account for a long time, you’ve probably ‘liked’ numerous posts and reels. Users ‘like’ content to show appreciation, acknowledge they’ve seen a post, or to save reels for later viewing. If you’ve accumulated hundreds or even thousands of likes over time, you might wonder how to revisit the posts you liked or the reels you saved on Facebook from last week, last month, or even last year. For this, you can refer to the Activity Log.


To see the posts you've liked on Facebook, access the Activity Log. On the desktop, click your profile avatar at the top-right corner of the screen and navigate to Settings & Privacy > Activity log > Your activity across Facebook > Likes and reactions.

On the Facebook mobile app, go to Menu then select Settings & privacy. Select Settings and scroll down to Your activity > Activity log > Your activity across Facebook > Comments and reactions > Likes and reactions.


How to see posts you liked on the Facebook app

Predictably, Facebook makes you jump through many more hoops on their app than on the desktop site.

  • Go to Menu at the bottom right and tap on Settings & privacy.
  • Choose Settings.
  • Scroll all the way down to Your activity and tap Activity log.
  • Tap on Your activity across Facebook.
  • Select Comments and reactions.
  • Choose Likes and reactions.

Finally, you have arrived at your Likes page. Here, you can see your likes and visit the post page to unlike the post if you wish.

How to see posts you liked on the desktop Facebook site

By contrast, accessing your liked posts on the desktop Facebook site is a breath of fresh air.

  • Click your profile avatar at the top-right and go to Settings & Privacy > Activity log.
  • In the left-hand sidebar, drop down the Your activity across Facebook menu, click Comments and Reactions, and select Likes and Reactions.

You can click the three-dot button on the right to unlike the post. You can also mass-delete posts on this page.

Can others see posts I liked on Facebook?

This was something that was possible in the past. However, due to Facebook‘s supposed aim of “improving user privacy” (with a hint of sarcasm), it is no longer an option for others to see your liked posts. But there is a way that you can also hide likes and reactions on your post.

The only exception is when a post that you liked also appears on someone else‘s feed organically. In other words, if they post something and you like it, they’ll see you liked it. Or if you are both following the same page or same group, you and they will see posts where one or both of you liked it.

But if you follow different people, different pages, and different groups, then others won‘t see those likes. But there is a way that you can also hide likes and reactions on your post. 


Yes. Just click the like button again on that post, and your previous like will be removed. Or go to the liked post in the activity log, and there is an option there to unlike the post.

If the number of likes is not the same as the number of users that you see after clicking the likes number, it means one of them has blocked you, or you blocked them, or they have deactivated their profile.