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Getting set up with the macro software is easy, but actually getting the correct combination of macro code to work is something else entirely.
Many have tried and struggled with the code, which is generated automatically by button clicks and mouse movements. Facebook certainly doesn't make it easy for those who want to rid their profile pages of the vast amount of data that is put there.
1. For this, you need to be running Firefox still as your web browser, and not Chrome.
2. Head to the Mozilla Addons pages from your Firefox browser. You should be looking at a script called iMacros for Firefox.
iMacros will be installed directly into your Firefox browser, allowing you to 'sandbox' your macros to interact with only web pages, rather than your system as a whole.
3. Click the Add to Firefox button. You may be prompted a few times to install the addon to the browser.
4. You should then restart Firefox when it prompts to you to do so. In doing this, it will install iMacros to the browser allowing you to create automated code.
Once you have iMacros installed, don't be put off. It may look daunting and strange, but it's surprisingly easy to use. What you do need to focus on is the left hand sidebar that will appear.
(If it doesn't appear, click the small button next to the back/forward buttons in Firefox. This will display and hide the sidebar).
5. You can continue to browse once while the sidebar is open. Navigate to your Facebook timeline page.
With the Facebook Timeline, what you can privately see is very different to what the public or your friends can see. You need access the 'private' log of all of your Facebook content. Facebook has helpfully (it's up to you whether you read that sarcastically or not) kept a record of quite literally everything that has ever taken place on your profile.
6. Once you are here, select the Activity log button to the right hand side of the page, in line with your name.