If you are a curious cat, or just like to keep yourself updated on who’s been unfriending you on Facebook, a little browser script called Unfriend Finder will help you discover what you’re longing to know. Facebook does not provide the option to find out who has unfriended you, and for a good reason! But if you prefer to have the right to exercise that choice, then here’s what you need to do to find who unfriended you on Facebook.
NOTE: This tool is no longer available.
How to Find Who Unfriended you on Facebook
Unfriend Finder is a browser extension that is compatible with Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, Safari and Internet Explorer.
1. Install the userscript Unfriend Finder. Chrome users can simply click Install on the Userscripets home page to get started. Firefox users will have to first install the Greasemonkey script to get going.
Once the extension is installed, you will notice the Unfriends tab added to the top navigation as well as in the Favorites list.
When you are unfriended by someone, a notification will appear next to unfriends, similar to the one you receive when you receive a friend request, a message, or any other notification. The tab will reveal details of the person who unfriended you, the date, and time when you were unfriended, though the level of information will vary from the Unfriends option on the Favorites list and the one on the tab.
Unfriend Finder also lets you know when a person has deactivated or reactivated their accounts. There are also options to check friend requests that are pending, in ignore status, or are cancelled.
Are you curious to know you unfriended you on Facebook and what will you gain by discovering this information? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.