Delete Facebook from your life forever. So you've had it with endless scrolling through the News Feed, notifications that wake you up in the middle of the night, memories that remind you how little your life has changed over the years, and groups that are just too big and you don't even know why you joined in the first place. In short, you want to delete Facebook from your life. It's a big decision, and it can be pretty scary, but we assure you: It can be done. Before you start, though, think long and hard on whether you want to delete or merely deactivate your Facebook account.
Delete A Facebook Photo Album Permanently From Your Profile
Users can even create unlimited albums with up to two hundred photos in each one. And yet there may come a day where you need to delete most, or all, of your photos. While Facebook sadly does not offer a "one-click delete" button, we wanted to take you through the two best options for deleting your Facebook pictures as quickly as possible. Deactivate Your Account Our first option is definitely the fastest way to expunge pictures, but it comes with a pretty big caveat: Your profile, timeline, and photos still exist -- Facebook saves them in hopes you'll reactivate your account -- but if you choose this method, everything goes. If you're done with Facebook, and this is what you want, simply select Account Settings from a drop down menu at the top right of your timeline.
To find out more about that, as well as learn how to remove specific content from your Facebook profile, check out our in-depth guide below. The latest piece of bad news for Facebook users is a massive security breach , where 50 million people had their security tokens compromised. You can choose to either deactivate your profile, or fully remove it from existence. As you can probably guess, the former option keeps your data on the platform, while the latter erases it completely. If you deactivate your Facebook account:
Jessica from LA asks: How to delete a Facebook photo album? I do not see any link which can completely delete an album from my Facebook profile. I can certainly delete all the photos of an album one by one, but is their any easier method?