How to Delete Photo Albums On Facebook

To delete a number of picture albums on Facebook, you need to remove them one by one. You can remove any kind of album-- consisting of vacant ones-- other than those that were produced immediately-- Timeline Photos, Profile Photos and also Mobile Uploads. You can, nevertheless, remove private photos from cds developed instantly by Facebook. To maintain the photos as well as stop others from seeing them at the same time, make the cds private. Additionally, delete details images or make them private.

How To Delete Photo Albums On Facebook

Actually there is a link to completely get rid of all the pictures from a specific Facebook album. Some newbie customers might not be able to find the "Remove album" web link, so below are the actions that should be complied with:

1. Log in to your Facebook account, click account and afterwards click "Photos" from the left sidebar.

2. You will arrive at your Facebook picture album web page, where you can pick the image album you want to erase.

How To Delete Albums On Facebook

3. On the Picture cd web page, do not click on any kind of image. Instead, click the web link at the appropriate base that claims "Edit Cd Info", as shown below:.

How To Delete Albums On Facebook

4. On the following page, you can alter the location as well as description of the image cd. In order to totally remove the picture cd from your Facebook profile, click the "Erase" tab and after that hit the "Remove" button.

How To Delete Albums On Facebook

Important: Be extremely careful and also totally certain before deleting any one of the image albums uploaded on your Facebook account. When all the pictures or images from an album is removed, there is no chance to recover deleted pictures in a Facebook photo cd. When erased, the pictures will be erased permanently, there is no Recycle bin or Garbage container, so be very sure that you wish to erase the photos. It's advised to check all the pictures one by one and see whether you have a back up copy of the images kept in your hard disk drive or elsewhere on the web e.g Picasa, Windows Live Skydrive, Dropbox, Mozy etc.