How to Delete All Photos From Facebook

How To Delete All Photos From Facebook, Facebook pictures are simple to share with the world. Mobile uploads. Cover photos. Profile images. Users can even create unrestricted albums with approximately two hundred pictures in each one. And yet there might come a day where you have to erase most, or all, of your photos. While Facebook sadly does not provide a "one-click delete" button, we wanted to take you through the two best options for deleting your Facebook pictures as quickly as possible.

How To Delete All Photos From Facebook

1. Deactivate Your Account

Our first option is definitely the fastest way to expunge photos, however it features a pretty huge caution: you disappear from Facebook together with al of your images. Your profile, timeline, and pictures still exist-- Facebook saves them in hopes you'll reactivate your account-- however if you choose this method, everything goes.

If you're done with Facebook, and this is what you desire, simply select Account Settings from a fall menu at the top right of your timeline. From there, select the Security tab on the left (under General) then Deactivate your account.

On the next page, Facebook offers up a one concern study about why you are leaving, under which you will see Confirm or Cancel. Click Confirm and your pictures (and Facebook) account are now gone.

2. Deleting Albums.

If you prefere a less drastic method to getting rid of photos rapidly and effectively, your finest bet is erasing Albums. After browsing to your Photos (discovered on your timeline, under your cover image), you have 3 choices: Photos of You, Photos, and Albums. Select Albums to raise a thumbnail list off all your photo albums.

Then click on the specific album you wish to eliminate. On the next page, click on circular widget with the pulldown menu, and choose Delete Album.

Repeat for each album you wish to delete and, quite soon, your pictures will be gone from Facebook permanently unless you choose to reload them sometime in the future.

Profile Pictures and Cover Photos.

There's always a catch. The two albums you can not delete as described above are Profile Pictures and Cover Photos. To remove them, you must do so individually. First, choose the Profile Pictures or Cover Photos album, then mouse over the photo you want to erase and click the little pencil, which brings up a familiar looking pulldown menu.

Select Erase This Image, then repeat these steps for every photo in your Profile Pictures and/or Cover Photos albums.

Tagged Pictures.

When someone posts a picture and "tags" you in it, Facebook links the photo to your timeline for the world to see. You may not wish to have any association to it, however since you didn't publish the picture, you can not delete it (or any other individual's pictures for that matter). The only thing you can do is untag yourself from the photo.

How to delete multiple images on Facebook simultaneously.

Facebook is not only great for connecting with pals. You can also utilize it to share your pictures and relive your valuable minutes. It's just that when it concerns erasing your photos, you aren't permitted to delete them simultaneously. It's quite a disappointment, right? Nevertheless, there's still a way to make your job a lot easier. You just require to believe of an excellent workaround.

Mentioning which, if you want to concurrently delete the images that you've submitted on Facebook, then all you have to do is to follow the guide below.


Action 1. Visit to Facebook using your email and password.

Action 2. Once you're visited, go to your profile (timeline) and after that click the "Photos" tab that lies right listed below your cover photo. This will take you to the page where you can see of all your uploaded pictures.

Action 3. On your "Photos" page, you'll be able to see all your uploaded pictures. Simply choose any photo that you wish to erase then hover your mouse on it. You'll then see some choices like "add remark", "like", and so on. Simply click the pencil icon on the top-right corner of your selected photo then continue to the next step.

Action 4. Right after you click the pencil icon, a drop-down menu will appear. On the drop-down menu, select the alternative for "Move to other album". This method, you'll be able to move the picture to a brand-new album. You'll then be asked whether to move the photo on an existing album or a brand-new album. Once once again, select the drop-down menu and click "Develop Album". After you have actually made your choice, click "Move Photo".

Action 5. A new page will pack and you'll be asked to relabel your brand-new album. For label purposes, just call your brand-new album with "To Delete". Obviously, you're totally free to pick a name that you like. You need to likewise alter the album personal privacy to "Just Me". By doing this, no one else other than you will have the ability to see the photos that you wish to delete. As soon as you're completed, click "Done".

Action 6. Now that you have actually produced a brand-new album, you can begin moving all of the pictures that you want to delete to that new album. To do so, simply go back to your primary "Photos" page and choose a photo then duplicate the 3rd action (see Action 3). On the drop-down menu, select "Relocate to other album" to move the image to your "To Erase" album.

Action 7. After you have actually moved all the pictures that you want to delete, view your "To Delete" album then click the "Settings" button on the top-right part of your album page. On the sub-menu, click "Erase Album" then verify your selection.

So that's it. You have actually effectively erased numerous photos on Facebook at the same time. Simply remember that you can not use the exact same technique to your profile images as well as to your cover images. If you want to eliminate these pictures, then you have no other option however to erase them one by one.

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