If you're even a tiny bit Internet savvy, then you've heard about it: the new Facebook Graph Search. It's a search tool that picks through your friends' likes and posts on Facebook to help you find what you're looking for. But did you know that it could also share your search history?
Right now, Facebook stores everything a user has searched since September 2012. When Graph Search rolls out, your friends could potentially see those searches.
Here's how to delete your search history:
- Privacy Setting
- 'Use Activity Log' on the right side
- Click on 'Search' in the left column
You will see everything you've searched for since September. To delete that history, just click 'Clear Searches." Done.
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