Seeing all the photos you’ve ever liked is easy, all you need to do is head to the tool bar at the top of your Facebook profile and search: “Photos liked by me.”
If you want to see all the images your friends have liked then type in “Photos liked by…” followed by the person’s name.You can even filter the photos by year, place and who they were posted by, so you can enjoy spending hours looking at all the photos you’ve liked since joining the social network.
The photo search is just the latest in a number of not well-known Facebook features which have been both delighting and horrifying users in recent weeks.
All you have to do, is type “photos liked by…” with your intended target’s name at the end. For instance, if I were friends with Russel Crowe (which I am, just not on Facebook) I would type in “photos liked by Russell Crowe” into the search bar, and then subsequently bask in the smorgasbord of digital adulation doled out by the Aussie actor — as long as the photos aren’t private of course. That’s the bad news.
But here’s the good news: you can do this for almost every aspect of Facebook, “posts liked,” “events attended,” and anything else your creeping little heart desires to inquire about.
Be careful who you search though. You might not like what you find. I’d start with searching yourself, just to make sure your record is clear.