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The Ultimate Guide to Downloading and Recovering Your Facebook Data


How to Recover and Download Your Facebook Data




Facebook is one of the most popular social media platforms in the world, with over 2.8 billion monthly active users as of 2021. If you are one of them, you might be wondering what kind of data Facebook has about you and how you can access it.


In this article, we will explain what Facebook data is, why you might want to recover and download it, and how to do it step by step. Whether you want to protect your privacy, secure your account, backup your information, or analyze your activity, this guide will help you get the most out of your Facebook data.




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What is Facebook Data?




Facebook data is the information that Facebook collects and stores about you and your activities on its platform. This includes:


  • Your profile information, such as your name, email, phone number, birthday, gender, location, education, work, relationships, interests, etc.



  • Your posts, photos, videos, stories, comments, likes, reactions, shares, tags, etc.



  • Your messages and calls on Messenger or WhatsApp.



  • Your friends list and other connections on Facebook.



  • Your groups, pages, events, marketplace listings, fundraisers, donations, etc.



  • Your ads preferences and interactions with ads on Facebook or other websites.



  • Your activity log and search history on Facebook.



  • Your location history and check-ins on Facebook.



  • Your security and login information, such as your password, devices, IP addresses, etc.



  • Your facial recognition data that helps Facebook identify you in photos and videos.



  • Your off-Facebook activity that tracks your actions on other websites and apps that use Facebook's services.



Facebook uses this data to provide you with its services, personalize your experience, improve its products, show you relevant ads, protect your security, and comply with its policies and legal obligations.


Why Recover and Download Your Facebook Data?




There are many benefits and reasons for recovering and downloading your Facebook data. Some of them are:


  • Privacy: You can see what kind of data Facebook has about you and how it uses it. You can also review and adjust your privacy settings and preferences to control who can see your data and what data you want to share.



  • Security: You can check if your account has been compromised or hacked by someone else. You can also change your password, enable two-factor authentication, and log out of other devices to secure your account.



  • Backup: You can save a copy of your data on your computer or another device in case you lose access to your account or Facebook deletes some of your information. You can also use your backup to restore your data if you decide to delete your account or switch to another platform.



  • Analysis: You can explore and understand your data using various tools and methods. You can also learn more about yourself, your behavior, your interests, your connections, and your online habits.



How to Recover Your Facebook Data




If you have deleted or lost access to your account or some of your information, you might be able to recover it using the following steps and tips:


Recovering Your Deleted Account




If you have deleted your account, you have 30 days to cancel the deletion and restore it. To do this, you need to:


  • Go to .



  • Enter the email or phone number and password of the account you want to recover.



  • Click Login.



  • Click Cancel Deletion.



If you don't remember your password, you can click Forgot Password? and follow the instructions to reset it. If you don't have access to the email or phone number associated with your account, you can try to recover it using other methods, such as answering security questions, identifying friends in photos, or contacting your email service provider.


Recovering Your Disabled Account




If Facebook has disabled your account for violating its policies or standards, you can appeal the decision and request a review. To do this, you need to:


  • Go to .



  • Enter the email or phone number of the account you want to recover.



  • Upload a copy of your ID that shows your name and date of birth.



  • Add any additional information that might help Facebook verify your identity and restore your account.



  • Click Send.



You will receive an email from Facebook within a few days with the outcome of the review. If Facebook restores your account, you will be able to access it again. If not, you will not be able to recover it.


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Recovering Your Hacked Account




If you think someone else has accessed your account without your permission, you can secure it by changing your password and reviewing your recent activity. To do this, you need to:


  • Go to .



  • Click My Account Is Compromised.



  • Enter the email or phone number of the account you want to secure.



  • Enter the current or old password of the account.



  • Click Continue.



  • Create a new strong password and click Continue.



  • Review the devices and locations where you have logged in and click Not You for any suspicious ones.



  • Review the changes made to your profile, posts, photos, messages, etc. and click Undo for any unwanted ones.



  • Click I'm Done.



Recovering Your Deleted Posts, Photos, or Messages




If you have deleted some of your content on Facebook, such as posts, photos, or messages, you might be able to find and restore it using the Activity Log or the Archive feature. To do this, you need to:


  • To use the Activity Log:



  • Login to Facebook on a computer.

  • Click on the arrow icon at the top right corner of the page and select Settings & Privacy > Activity Log.

  • Select the category of content you want to recover from the left menu (such as Posts You've Hidden or Photos and Videos).



  • Find the content you want to recover and click on the three-dot icon next to it.



  • Select Restore or Show on Timeline to undo the deletion.



  • To use the Archive feature:



  • Login to Facebook on a computer.



  • Click on your profile picture at the top of the page.



  • Click on More > Archive.



  • Select the category of content you want to recover from the top menu (such as Posts or Stories).



  • Find the content you want to recover and click on the three-dot icon next to it.



  • Select Restore or Show on Profile to undo the deletion.



Note that some content might not be recoverable if it has been permanently deleted by Facebook or by the person who posted it.


How to Download Your Facebook Data




If you want to download a copy of your Facebook data, you can use the Download Your Information tool. This tool allows you to select the categories, format, quality, and date range of the data you want to download. To use this tool, you need to:


  • Login to Facebook on a computer.



  • Click on the arrow icon at the top right corner of the page and select Settings & Privacy > Settings.



Click on Your Facebook Information from the left menu.


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