The best way to remove your Facebook and other social networking posts from your personal profile is to turn them off.
This is not a hard-and-fast rule, but it’s good to be aware of.
The Facebook page for the San Francisco Giants is the most prominent example of a Facebook profile with posts that aren’t active.
The Giants Facebook page shows that the posts are not visible to anyone who is not logged in.
If you see those posts, it’s time to clear them out.
You can do that on the Facebook page, or through a filter.
If it doesn’t appear to be working, try using a filter to clear out your activity on other social media sites.
To do this, click on your profile picture in the left-hand column of the site, and then on the “More” button in the top-right corner.
If the screen says “Filter” at the top, you can turn that off.
If that doesn’t work, then click the “Change filter settings” button on the left side of the page.
That’s the way to turn the post off on Facebook.
This also will help if you use other social networks like Twitter or Instagram.
If these tools don’t help, it may be time to go back to Facebook and delete the posts.
That means you’ll need to go to the posts in question, and remove them.
Here’s how to delete your activity from Facebook and your other social platforms.