Why do saved items disappear on Facebook?

What happened to my Saved Items on Facebook?

In the top left of Facebook, tap your profile picture. Tap Saved. Tap a collection at the top or tap a saved item to view it.

How long do saved items stay on Facebook?

Facebook says it keeps “backup copies for a reasonable period of time” after a deletion, and it says that can be as long as three months. It also says it may retain copies of “some material” from deleted accounts, but removes personal identifiers.

How do I retrieve things save for later on Facebook?

When you are on Facebook looking at a post that interests you, if you want to save it for viewing later simply click on the “More” button, click on “Save”. The post will now be saved for later! When you save things on Facebook, they’ll appear in the Saved section.

Where are my saved items?

To find your Collections, sign in to your Google Account. On your Android phone or tablet, you can create, find, and share your collections on the Google app or at google.com/collections. You can save images, places, recipes, shows and movies, and some webpages. In the Google app, you can also track products.

Why did my saved posts disappear?

The most likely reason why some of your ‘saved’ posts dissapeared is because the account who posted it deleted the post, OR you weren’t following the account who posted it, and now that account switched to ‘private profile’.

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How do I find my saved items on Facebook?

Go to your Facebook home screen (the page where your news feed shows), look for the Explore section on the left, and then click Saved. Or you can go to the page directly at www.facebook.com/saved. The Saved page shows all of the content you’ve saved on Facebook, arranged in chronological order.

Why did my posts disappear on Facebook?

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.