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Here's how you can find out who unfriended you on Facebook

Getting deleted from someone's Facebook can be upsetting. Here's how to find out who's done it to you.
Getting deleted from someone's Facebook can be upsetting. Here's how to find out who's done it to you.

BEING removed from someone's Facebook friends list can be a painful, upsetting experience..

If you've ever suspected someone has removed you on Facebook, there's a way of finding out for sure

If you've noticed a sudden drop in your friend count and you're anxious for answers, this new app could turn out to be your new best pal.

Who Deleted Me keeps track of your Facebook friends list and notifies you when anyone has had the audacity to remove you from their social media circle.

When you first login, the app takes stock of your current list of mates and every time you return it compares the latest version to the saved one.

It then informs you who your missing pals are and whether they have deactivated their account, or simply been idiots and deleted you.

It also lets you in on the people you're making connections with, as opposed to breaking them with, so it's not all doom and gloom.

It's available for free on Chrome and Firefox internet browsers as a plug-in, as well as Android and Apple mobile devices.

Sadly the app cannot provide backdated information on who has deleted you in the past, so you can only start keeping track of who has unfriended you after you download the extension.

It also enables you to keep track of who YOU have deleted - though be aware others may be using this brilliant tool too.

Something to bear in mind next time you're considering having a Facebook friend cull…

Conveniently, Who Deleted Me also tells you the last time your friends have used Facebook, which is pretty handy if you're waiting on a reply to an important message.

 

 

Topics:  editors picks facebook general-seniors-news

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