Unlike other sites Facebook has that unusual ability to make its users cringe on a regular basis and still come back for more. It can do this by digging up old pictures, which you had hoped where long dead and buried. Did you know that Facebook provides a simple way for you and other people can see every photo that you’ve ever liked on Facebook? As well as, all the photos that your family, friends and partner have ever liked to?

How To Check All Facebook Photos Liked By Your Friends

If you’re one of those people who spends most of their free time on a social network site Facebook, liking pictures of cute animals or memes, or anything else that really doesn’t matter, you needn’t worry. However, does the thought of everyone seeing your photo history make you cringe? I expect that you would be horrified! Maybe it is time for you to start clicking on the unlike button.

How to see Liked Images

Getting to see all the photos that you have liked is really easy, all you need to do is head to the tool-bar which is at the top of your Facebook profile and then to search photos liked by me. In round about the same way you can see all the images that any of your friends have liked by typing in “photos liked” by and followed by the person’s name.

Rather surprisingly or maybe rather unsurprisingly! Facebook has provided away a filter the photos you search for by year, place and even by who they were posted by. This basically means that you can now spend hour after hour on Facebook liking pictures that other people have liked (no difference there then).

Facebook Features

This is the latest in a number of now so well known Facebook features, which have been delighting some and horrifying other users in recent weeks.

Last week the information about the secret Facebbook inbox messages was released, most people didn’t know about that. Turns out the inbox contains messages that where either filtered by Facebook because it decided you where unlikely ever to read them.

Last week the information about the secret Facebbook inbox messages was released, most people didn’t know about that. Turns out the inbox contains messages that where either filtered by Facebook because it decided you where unlikely ever to read them.

Now that you know about this feature, will you be up late burning the midnight oil trying to find out what images your husband or wife has liked?
Personally I think something’s things are best left alone, you never know what you may find, you could be about to open a serious can of worms!