How to Unfriend Someone on Facebook

Sometimes Social media can be overwhelming that you feel like getting some time alone Or you may feel like a lot of people in your friend list you don’t even know in your real life.

It’s completely alright to get rid of these Facebook profiles and keep the people in your friend whom you actually care about. Sometimes you get so upset from the information coming from these sources that you feel like limiting the intake information you consume and that’s alright!

In this post, we will go through step by step instructions on how to unfriend someone from your Facebook friend list! Keep in mind once you unfriend someone it’s cant be reverted. if you don’t want to hear from someone for a short period of time and would like to block someone, you should consider blocking them instead

To unfriend someone, do the following:

Make sure you have a list of people you would like to unfriend!

  1. Go to the person’s Timeline.

  2. Click the Friends button.

    A menu appears that is for assigning people to Friend Lists. The last item on this list is Unfriend.

    Facebook unfriend someone
  3. Click the Unfriend link.

    A window pops up asking if you’re sure you want to remove this friend.

  4. Click the Remove from Friends button.

People don’t get any notification when you unfriend them, but someone who cares about you (that is, family, close friends) has a tendency to notice on their own that, hey, you’re not in their list of friends anymore. This can sometimes lead to awkwardness, so it might be worth using your privacy settings to further limit these people’s knowledge of your life before you unfriend them.

Conclusion – 

It’s important to clean your friend list periodically, this helps to remove clutter from the people you receive vibes from Or if you are moving out somewhere and don’t want to stay in touch with our Hello/ Hi Friends, you should consider unfriending these profiles.


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