Google has released a tool that can help you delete unwanted images from Facebook.
The company released the tool to help users delete images from the social network.
“If you use Facebook, we want to make sure that you don’t delete photos that you’ve posted, or that you haven’t used in the past year,” Facebook spokesperson Natalie Glynn said in a statement.
“But we also want to help you manage what you see, so we offer this tool for people who want to quickly and easily remove photos from their Facebook account.”
Users can use the tool by clicking on a photo or sharing it in an app.
Users can also click on “delete” in the “about” tab, then click on the photo in the pop-up.
You can also delete a specific image, such as an album.
Facebook has also launched a search tool that will allow users to find and remove images from their photos that have been deleted from their accounts.
The Facebook spokesperson said that the “more photos you delete, the more photos you’ll see in your News Feed”.
Facebook has a history of removing photos from users’ photos, including those of celebrities and politicians.
Users who delete or change their Facebook photos will not see them in the News Feed.
Facebook removed the ability to remove photos in June, and said it was removing it from the News Hub, as well as the News App and Facebook News Feed app.
Facebook is also currently looking into a number of privacy and security issues with photos in its News Feed, including the possibility of the information being used to track users, and to track people’s locations.
Users are also urged to delete photos from personal pages and pages that are shared in ways that are not allowed by Facebook.
“We’ve made it easy to help people remove unwanted content from Facebook, but we don’t want to let people down,” Glynn added.