How to Sort out all the Photos Liked or Commented On by a user on Facebook

Since few weeks no trick posted in the Facebook section of verified tricks, So here we are today presenting another amazing Facebook trick that will easily let you sort out all the photos liked by a user or where he/she commented,subject to the condition that the photos are public,or visible to you that means they should be shared with friends or friends of friends

This is not a trick but just a use of facebook advanced search feature,this will work only for computer/full site users ,and won’t work for the mobile users

How to sort out the photos liked/commented:-

To sort out all the photos liked by a user on facebook simply goto this link graph.facebook.com/username you can get the username of a person by simply visiting his profile and looking at the url,open the link and copy the id of the user it will look like

{
   "id": "10000093xx54345",
   "first_name": "Uxxxxsh",
   "gender": "male",
   "last_name": "Shxxma",
   "link": "https://www.facebook.com/xxxxxx",
   "locale": "en_US",
   "name": "Uxxrsh Shaxxma",
   "username": "utkxxxxrma"
}

once you have the id of the user goto this link

https://www.facebook.com/search/10xxxxxxxxx8541/photos-liked

put the user id after search,and open it

To view the photos commented:-

Follow the same procedure as above,just change the last text

https://www.facebook.com/search/10xxxxxxxxx8541/photos-commented

done

Example :-

This is the link to see all the photos where “Mark zukerberg” Commented on (open from desktop and make sure you are logged in)
https://www.facebook.com/search/4/photos-commented
and the liked once
https://www.facebook.com/search/4/photos-liked

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