It is not an easy job to delete all messages on Facebook. Facebook tends to keep a record of all your conversation history in Messages and Facebook Chat intact.
Facebook is a great platform for connecting with people. It is the best platform to keep in touch with old mates, family or to search people with whom we have lost contact. The Facebook messenger allows us to send unlimited messages, pictures, and videos to our closed ones both privately and in group messages. But, what if you want to get rid of these huge number of messages? How to delete all Facebook messages at once without wasting much time?
Read on to know the steps to do so.
How to delete all Facebook messages at once?
1.At first, download and install the Google Chrome internet browser, if you don’t use one.
2. Once installation is completed, go to Chrome web store and download the Delete all messages browser extension.
3. Add the “Delete all messages” extension to Chrome. Now go to Facebook.com. You will see that the new extension icon appears on the top menu bar and features the Facebook messenger speech bubble logo with a small red logo X next to it, is illuminated, which means that it has got access to your Facebook data.
4. Log in to your Facebook page.
5. Click on the “Delete all messages” logo from the toolbar. A pop-up message will appear saying ‘open all your messages’. Click on it to launch your Facebook messages in a new tab.
6. On your all messages window, you will find the logo of Delete all messages at the top of the screen. You will get options whether you want to delete all messages or delete only selected messages. If you want to clear your inbox completely, click on “Delete all messages”.
7. The extension will drop a pop up asking you to confirm your request. Click on ‘Ok’ all your messages will be removed.
8. You should remember that once you delete all your messages, the message will no longer remain in your Facebook account and there will be no option to restore them back. So make sure that you actually want to delete them for forever. Local copies will exist in the accounts you have messaged.
There are several other ways of getting rid of Facebook messages. Here we will discuss the other methods of how to delete Facebook messages at once.
For deleting messages on Facebook, we need to open the individual message, go to options and then select the message which we want to delete particularly. If there are lots of messages, the process can be very time-consuming. The texts can also be removed from the message list but that would not delete them permanently. Instead, it will be archived. The messages will reappear if the person texts you.
How to delete Facebook messages at once?
Open your Facebook messages, select a message and “Archive” one by one. The messages will not be seen in your inbox for the timing.
To Delete individual message, click on the individual message. Click on ‘Actions’ and then click on ‘Delete Messages’.
A check-box will appear beside the messages with that particular friend. Select the messages you want to delete. Now click on ‘Delete all’ or ‘Delete selected’ as per your choice.
The above process is very time consuming and requires a lot of patience. To finish the process faster with less hassle, you can use Facebook fast delete messages extension. The extension is available in the Chrome web store. This extension will help you to delete message in a single click.
How to delete Facebook messages at once?
At first, install Facebook fast delete messages extension from Chrome web store and add the extension to Chrome.
Once the extension is activated, you are ready to delete all your messages. Open your Facebook message page to delete your messages at one click. See the top two buttons at the top of the page highlighted in red. Click these buttons to delete your messages permanently.
Using the extensions mentioned above, you don’t require to delete a message individually and waste a lot of time. These extensions will help you to get rid of all your unwanted messages at once. Just add the extension to your Chrome and get the job done.