Your question: Where did all of my Facebook photos go?

Scroll down on your profile and tap the Photos option. You will see all your Facebook photos. If you want to view photos from a certain album, tap Albums at the top and select your album to view its photos.

Why have all my photos disappeared from Facebook?

Photos might only be temporarily missing due to a Facebook bug, or it’s possible that the photo in question has been removed for violating Facebook’s terms of service.

Why can’t I see my old photos on Facebook?

Tap in the top right of Facebook, then tap your name. Tap Photos. Scroll down and tap Profile Pictures or Cover Photos. If you can’t see all your albums, tap [Number] More Albums for more.

Where did my photo albums on Facebook go?

If you have a private album on Facebook, you can access it from your profile. Tap in the top right of Facebook, then tap your name. Scroll down and tap Photos. Tap the album you’d like to view.

Did Facebook delete my photos?

Now Facebook will delete all their synced photos unless users install the Moments app. … Earlier this year, they were moved to Moments, a new app from Facebook. If you want to keep these photos, download and log into Moments before 7 July.

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Did Facebook Get Rid of photo albums?

Earlier this year, these images were moved to Moments, an app from Facebook that allows you to organize and privately share your photos from your phone. …

How do I find my year photos on Facebook?

You can click the one on the right of the top menu bar or in the left sidebar. Scroll down and click Recent. This will appear in the upper left as you scroll down past your profile picture. Click the year you want to jump to.

Why has my post disappeared from my timeline?

If one of your posts goes missing from your friend’s Wall, the most likely reasons are that either you or the profile owner deleted the post – either on purpose or by accident. In less frequent cases, Facebook will remove a post that violates the site’s rules.