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In this example -- no doubt yours will be far more cluttered, with more pictures and other activities -- you can see on this rather bare Activity log list has a string of things that can be removed. You can either hide things from your timeline, or delete them altogether.
Wherever possible, we will delete what we can. But you can always hide things from your timeline instead. If anything, it might be easier to hide than delete, seeing as hiding content is far more prevalent in Facebook's options than the ability to delete, particularly if the content that tags you belongs to someone else.
Here we need to change the settings so that certain key hidden code on the page gets picked up rather than specific mouse co-ordinates. You may have to alter this setting, because whilst mouse co-ordinates can work, the Activity log can often shift upwards and include additional lines and spaces, meaning the co-ordinates are missed and nothing happens.
7. On the iMacros sidebar, select the Rec tab. From here, select the Click Mode button. It may be set to Auto.
8. In the dialog box, select Select the best click mode automatically, the top button. Select OK. This will save your setting.
Your macro will record as you click or manipulate your browser (such as opening a new tab, or refreshing the page). You need to recreate a single step of deleting (or hiding) a post or comment on your timeline, and then seeing if the macro reproduces. Don't expect perfect results first time.
The macro is generated in such a way that it's quite easy to see what is happening on each line -- even if you are not a developer. There's also plenty of support out there for iMacros users.
9. Start off by clicking Record on the Rec tab.
10. Click on the hollow circle and select Delete post or Hidden from Timeline.
11. Select the Delete button if a dialog appears.
12. Stop the recording by selecting the Stop button from the sidebar.
13. On the Play tab, run the macro to see if it reproduces what you just did. You can also loop play the macro to see if it repeats over a number of instances.