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How to “Unlike” or Hide Multiple Facebook Pages {Updated Tutorial}

by Regan
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How to easily unlike pages on FacebookFacebook changes so often that it’s hard to keep up. You may have seen my previous tutorial on this, but almost seven months later, that tutorial is obsolete.

In some ways it is now a little easier to unlike multiple pages. There is also a nice little added feature that wasn’t there in my previous tutorial. You can now easily hide pages from your News Feed if a page posts too much but you still want to support them with a “Like” or be able to visit their page at your leisure.

Click on the More tab and then scroll down to click Likes

How to "unlike" or hide multiple Facebook pages

The default setting is to add more pages. Click the “Add Likes” button and it will change from a plus sign to add to a check mark. The check mark shows the pages that you currently like.

How to "unlike" or hide multiple Facebook pages

You will then see tabs on the top which are the sections where the pages you like are. Click each section to unlike or hide pages by hovering over the picture of the page.

This will bring up the “Liked” button. Hover over that and you will then get a menu where you can either unlike or hide the page from your News Feed.

How to "unlike" or hide multiple Facebook pages

Here is an alternate method pointed out to me by a reader:

Go to your timeline and in the righthand column you will see a list of years. Click on a year.

How to unlike or hide multiple Facebook pages

It will open up items from that period like photos, posts, and it will also bring up your likes. Click on the number.

How to unlike or hide multiple Facebook pages

A box will open up with all of the pages that you liked in that period. You can click the box to unlike the page or hover over it to bring up a menu where you can hide it from your News Feed, add the page to an interest list, or unlike the page.

How to unlike or hide multiple Facebook pages

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10 comments

10 comments

Heather Johnson July 9, 2013 - 4:15 pm

I prefer to hide pages so that the page keeps my like.

Regan July 9, 2013 - 4:40 pm

I also hide more than I unlike. When I wrote my original post about this I was approaching the limit of pages you could like because of giveaways and I had to do some housecleaning.

Emily @FamilyNLifeLV July 9, 2013 - 4:21 pm

I had no idea it was that easy! Thank you for sharing!

Robin Wilson July 10, 2013 - 7:43 am

I just got my first notification from Facebook last week that I had reached the 5,000 limit. How in the world did I end up “liking” that many pages!!! Thank you so much for this. I hate to unlike pages, but I have no other choice thanks to their rules.

Regan July 10, 2013 - 10:06 am

It happens faster than you think, doesn’t it? 🙂 I don’t know why there’s a limit on how many likes you can have but it also adds in your number of friends from what I understand. I think, though I could be remembering incorrectly, that you can have a total of 5000 likes and friends. Like if you have 500 friends, you can like 4500 pages.

Helga July 10, 2013 - 8:05 am

there’s a better way to unlike faster. Go to the timeline bar on the right and click on the year and it will list all your likes for that year – much faster!

Regan July 10, 2013 - 10:03 am

I will add that as an alternate method. Thanks. I never noticed that it brought up more than posts and photos from that time period 🙂

Sandy Cain November 12, 2013 - 5:36 am

Well, thanks for this! Facebook has always confused me with their constantly changing rules and displays. I see that this outdated now but I will check out the new post, thanks!

Ananth November 24, 2013 - 8:14 am

can any one send me a link for change theme of Facebook permanently. plz. my mail-Id: ananthr101@gmail.com

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