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How to Download Your History on Facebook




Facebook is one of the most popular social media platforms in the world, with billions of users who share their personal and professional lives online. But have you ever wondered what Facebook knows about you and what data it has collected on you over the years? If you want to find out, you can download your history on Facebook and see for yourself.


Why You Might Want to Download Your History on Facebook




Reasons to download your history




There are many reasons why you might want to download your history on Facebook, such as:




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  • You are curious about what data Facebook has about you and how it uses it.



  • You are planning to leave Facebook for good and want to keep a copy of your data.



  • You want to backup your data in case something happens to your account or device.



  • You want to analyze your data and see how your online behavior has changed over time.



  • You want to delete some or all of your data from Facebook and start fresh.



What data is included in your history




When you download your history on Facebook, you can choose what data points to include by checking the appropriate box under Deselect All, or maintain the default settings. Some of the data that you can download are:


  • Your profile information, such as your name, birthday, gender, relationship status, etc.



  • Your posts, comments, likes, reactions, and stories.



  • Your photos, videos, and other media that you have uploaded or shared.



  • Your messages and calls that you have sent or received on Messenger or WhatsApp.



  • Your friends list and people that you follow or are followed by.



  • Your groups, pages, events, and marketplace activity.



  • Your ads and businesses activity, such as the ads that you have clicked on or created.



  • Your location history, check-ins, and nearby friends.



  • Your security and login information, such as your devices, sessions, and passwords.



  • Your apps and websites activity, such as the apps and websites that you have used with Facebook.



What data is not included in your history




However, not all of the data that Facebook has about you is available for download. Some of the data that is not included in your history are:


  • The content that other people have shared about you or with you, such as their posts, comments, photos, videos, etc.



  • The content that you have deleted or hidden from your timeline or profile.



  • The content that is subject to intellectual property rights or legal restrictions.



  • The content that is stored in different systems or formats that are not compatible with the download tool.



  • The content that is not relevant or useful for you, such as technical logs or metadata.



How to Request Your History on Facebook




Using the Facebook website on your desktop browser




To download your history on Facebook using the Facebook website on your desktop browser, follow these steps:



  • Log in to .



  • Click on the downward arrow in the top-right corner and click Settings & Privacy > Settings, or head to .



  • Click on Your Facebook Information in the left sidebar.



  • Click on Download Your Information.



  • Select the data that you want to include in your history by checking or unchecking the boxes. You can also choose the date range, format, and media quality of your download.



  • Click on Create File. Facebook will notify you when your file is ready to download.




Using the Facebook app on your mobile device




To download your history on Facebook using the Facebook app on your mobile device, follow these steps:



  • Open the Facebook app and tap on the menu icon (three horizontal lines) in the bottom-right corner (iOS) or top-right corner (Android).



  • Scroll down and tap on Settings & Privacy > Settings, or head to .



  • Tap on Download Your Information under Your Facebook Information.



  • Select the data that you want to include in your history by checking or unchecking the boxes. You can also choose the date range, format, and media quality of your download.



  • Tap on Create File. Facebook will notify you when your file is ready to download.




Using the Facebook Lite app on your mobile device




To download your history on Facebook using the Facebook Lite app on your mobile device, follow these steps:



  • Open the Facebook Lite app and tap on the menu icon (three horizontal lines) in the top-right corner.



  • Scroll down and tap on Settings.



  • Tap on Download Your Information under Your Facebook Information.



  • Select the data that you want to include in your history by checking or unchecking the boxes. You can also choose the date range, format, and media quality of your download.



  • Tap on Create File. Facebook will notify you when your file is ready to download.



How to Download Your History on Facebook




Accessing the available copies section of the download your information tool




Once you have requested your history on Facebook, you will need to wait for some time until Facebook prepares your file. The time it takes depends on the amount and type of data that you have selected, as well as the traffic on Facebook's servers. You can check the status of your request by going to the available copies section of the download your information tool.


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To access the available copies section, follow these steps:



  • Go to the download your information tool using the same method that you used to request your history.



  • Click or tap on Available Copies.



  • You will see a list of your requested files, along with their size, format, and date range. You will also see a status indicator that shows whether your file is pending, ready, or expired.




Downloading and entering your password




When your file is ready, you will receive a notification from Facebook via email or on the app. You can then download your file by following these steps:



  • Go to the available copies section of the download your information tool.



  • Click or tap on Download next to the file that you want to download.



  • You will be asked to enter your Facebook password for security reasons. Enter your password and click or tap on Submit.



  • Your file will start downloading to your device. Depending on the size and speed of your connection, this may take some time.




Extracting and exploring your downloaded data




After you have downloaded your file, you will need to extract it from the compressed ZIP format. To do this, follow


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