The ability to unfriend ‘friends’ on Facebook is handy, but the site does not make it easy to find out if other users have removed you as a friend. That is kind of understandable, since finding out that a certain someone has ‘banished’ you from their digital world is not exactly the best feeling in the world.
Browsing through and scanning your friends list will only get you so far. You have to put in a little more effort with a little detective work to make sure you have not gotten the wrong end of the stick.
Although, it may not be personal and they may have simply just deactivated or deleted their Facebook account.
How to find out if you’ve been Unfriended on Facebook
- Your first port of call should be Messenger.
You could search for that former one time Facebook friend in your inbox and, if they are still on Facebook and have not blocked you, their profile picture and name will appear under the ‘More People’ heading. If it doesn’t, then……
- Use of 3rd party Applications
If you’re curious as to why your Facebook friend count is down, there are apps that tell you who exactly unfriended you. Some of them are:
Who Deleted Me
Who Deleted Me is a free app for iOS and Android. Its also a browser extension for Google Chrome ans it works by saving a copy of your friend list after you first use the app. When you revisit the app or browser extension, it will compare your friend list with the saved version and tell you who your missing friends are and who recently became your Facebook friend. This, unfortunately, means that you can’t see who unfriended you before you began using the app.
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