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colinwalker
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hutaffe
hutaffe

@colinwalker I love this feature on Facebook. I‘m also working on this for my personal journal. One step further to get off of FB for me. It‘s great to see what was on my mind a couple of years ago during the same time.

colinwalker
colinwalker

@hutaffe I’ve seen it done before but never really considered it until listening to @cleverdevil I’m glad I did.

cleverdevil
cleverdevil

@colinwalker @hutaffe it’s one of my favorite features of my website. I also have my website push the “On this Day” memories to my IndieWeb Reader so I don’t have to remember to visit the page.

colinwalker
colinwalker

@cleverdevil @hutaffe I’m thinking about creating an xml file on the fly now 🤔

kulturnation
kulturnation

@cleverdevil Do you have any idea if I can delete all FB posts older than a week with one click / app / easy script / plug-in? So that I can use FB as a notification board without leaving too much content there. @hutaffe @colinwalker

cleverdevil
cleverdevil

@kulturnation I haven’t seen anything out there like that. However, I’d say that gives you a false sense of privacy. I would wager that nothing you “delete” from Facebook is ever truly deleted. This is why I am completely off now.

kulturnation
kulturnation

@cleverdevil Delete is not for privacy reasons but just for taking away content from my timeline so that it becomes less interesting for other people. I can not delete it completely because FB is part of my job; I usually do not post original content there, just links to my blog posts, or sharing.

cleverdevil
cleverdevil

@kulturnation got it. I bet there is a plugin out there somewhere!

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hutaffe
hutaffe

@kulturnation @cleverdevil all the plugins that „work“ and I know of are in Chrome and basically just stupid robots which need luck to complete. I used the „On this day“ feature over the last year to turn every post to private. Deleting does not help with FB...