Okechukwu Solomon January 02, 2018 Facebook
Method 1 is to Manually investigate particular personIn this section, we'll manually investigate the particular person who you think has unfriended you on Facebook. You can try these methods -
If you don't find any results, there is clear sign that the person has either unfriended you or blocked you. Now lets take this investigation a step ahead.
2. Search them on Facebook: Now search the name of the person on Facebook. If you can find them and their is an Add friend button on their profile, this means that the person has unfriended you.
On the other hand, if you don't find the profile in search results, just logout your Facebook account and search them directly once again. This time, you may find their profile. If yes, then the person is active and most probably, he has blocked you.
Sometimes, you won't be able to find the right person after logging out. This is because, their may be thousands of people with the same name and Facebook has no reference to show people who have mutual friends. If you don't find it, this doesn't means that the person isn't active.
Last but not least, try to find their profile by searching them from your different account. If you don't have any, create a new one or use your friend account. Make sure that it has few mutual friends with the person. If you can access their profile, this means that the person is active and most probably, he has blocked or unfriended you.
NOTE: Some people hide their profile from Facebook search so that no one can find them directly. Their privacy setting is adjusted in such a way that only mutual friends and the people who search them with email address or mobile number can find their profile. If you won't be able to find the person, don't give up and continue your investigation with other ways.
3.Visit the person's profile: Another way to find whether the person has unfriended you on Facebook or not is to visit their profile directly by entering their profile link in URL tab. If you don't know what their profile link is, you should know their username. Many people keep same username everywhere. You can find it from their other social accounts like from Twitter or Instagram. Now for instance, if the username is wazobiawap, then the profile link will be something like this www.facebook.com/wazobiawap2
To know the actual reality, visit that same link from different account, especially from one which has mutual friends. Also, try to visit it while logged out. If you can find their profile, there is a high chance that they've blocked you.
You can also use Google search engine to find their profile. To do that, search for their first and last name and add Facebook keyword after it. You can also add their work place and school name see image example below
Now again run the above experiment and find whether you can access their profile or not.
4. Ask mutual friends: You can ask your mutual friends for this issue. Simply leave a message for them asking whether the person is active on their account or not and when did it come online last time. You can also ask your close friends directly face to face whether the person is using Facebook or not. Or it is just you who got unfriended? This will surely give you right answer.
Method 2 is by Use third-party appThere are lots of third-party apps and websites available for both smartphones and Pc which can help you to find out who has unfriended you on Facebook easily. You just need to give an app permission to use such tools. But I found Who Unfriended Me to be the most popular for Android and iOS. You can download it from Google Play Store or directly visit their website (search on Google).
Unfortunately, you can't find old data using these tools. Only after installing them, they will track your friend list and let you know who has unfriended you time to time. After setting up the account, you just need to wait for some time.
So by using the above methods, you can easily find out who has unfriended you on Facebook. Thanks for Reading, Thanks for Visiting. Is This Article Helpful?
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