How to restore a deleted post on Facebook ?

Kathmandu. If the content that has been posted on Facebook once is deleted, can it be brought back? There are many cases where a person or an organization deletes a post as soon as it is shared on Facebook.For example, Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda’s verified page on Tuesday. A post shared by Comrade Prachanda was deleted within a few minutes. Many media made news about that post.

From ordinary users to leaders and celebrities sometimes delete posts on Facebook. If so, is there any way for other users to view the content after it has been deleted from the account? The answer is yes, no.It is not possible to view posts that have been deleted from pages or accounts operated by others using any means. However, you can view the posts that you have deleted from the page. Follow the below procedure for that:

(Note: This feature of Facebook can only be used from a web browser.)

– First go to your Facebook page.

– Then scroll down to the left and click on the ‘Settings’ option.

– And if you scroll further down, you will see an option called ‘Activity Log’, click on it.

– After doing this, after you open the Facebook page, all the details of what you have shared on the Facebook page these days will be visible. Deleted files can also be viewed there.

How to view deleted posts from your personal account?

Follow the procedure below to view deleted posts from your personal Facebook account.

– First open the Facebook app.

– Then tap on the profile icon at the top right.

– Then, tap on your name.

– After doing this, your timeline will open. There, tap on the three dots next to the create reel.

– And, go to the activity log.

– Then you can see the deleted posts or photos in the archive or recycle bin. Shared files cannot be retrieved if they have been deleted from Recycle Bin. Deleted posts must be restored within 30 days of being in the recycle bin. If not restored, the post will be deleted forever.

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