The Facebook Notes feature was removed in October 2020, and since then, people cannot use this feature and write new notes, however; if you used to publish some before the update, you would still be able to access them.
To access your old Facebook Notes that you posted before the update;
If you are new to Facebook Notes 🗒 they were a community where people and brands shared more extensive content, unlike the shorter content they posted regularly.
They were a safe place to share ideas and impressions and function more like having your blog on Facebook.
Unfortunately, the Facebook Notes feature was disabled in October 2020, and now Facebook doesn't allow users to create new Facebook Notes. But if you’ve used and published them before the update, you can still access them.
In this article, you will learn where Facebook Notes are located and how to find them if you’ve posted some before the update.
Bonus read: How to Find an Old Facebook Post?
Even though Facebook Notes were disabled in October 2020, those who used this feature and published notes can still find them as they are sorted in your activities log on their Facebook profile.
Before they were disabled, they were located in the ‘More’ tab on one’s profile.
If you still want to access the Facebook Notes you posted before the update, here is the process to do so;
Once you click that link, Facebook will open up your activity log for all your published notes. You should click on each one of them to see them individually.
Now that we are ending this article, you should know that there are only a few differences between posting a Facebook Note and sharing a regular post, except that the Facebook Notes screen was larger and had more formatting options.
Luckily, there are many alternatives to Facebook Notes you can still use.
Anyways, if you published your own Facebook Notes before the update in October 2020, you should be able to access them anytime.
The main reason is that Facebook’s algorithm doesn’t want to use links that would lead someone away from Facebook. The same refers to their ads.
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