How do I stop Facebook from automatically logging me in?

How do I stop Facebook from automatically logging me in?

Disable Automatic Sign-In Click on the “Account” link in the top right corner of any Facebook screen and choose “Log Out” from the menu. When you are redirected to the Facebook log in screen, uncheck the box next to “Keep me logged in.”

Why did my Facebook log out on its own?

It’s bound to have bugs and glitches every once in a while. You might be logged out because the site is undergoing maintenance or experiencing some other issues. If Facebook keeps logging you out, even after you made sure that you cleared cookies and cache, and no one else is trying to log in, log out and wait a while.

Can you tell if someone logs into your Facebook?

To keep tabs on who is logging in, enable Login Notifications. Each time someone logs in to your account at an unrecognized computer or mobile device, Facebook will alert you via text message or e-mail.

How do I check my activity log on Facebook?

How do I find and use my Facebook activity log?

  1. Tap. in the top right of Facebook, then tap your name.
  2. Tap below your profile picture, then tap. Activity Log.
  3. From here, you can tap to review activities like:
  4. You can also scroll down and tap View Activity History to show your activity history.

Why does Facebook log me out and say session expired?

What Does Facebook Session Expired Mean? Facebook uses sessions to authenticate that your Facebook account is within its service. Session relies on the cached information on your computer or mobile phone. If the cached information is accidentally or intentionally cleared, the session will end.

Why did Facebook log me out and say session expired?

Can you delete Facebook login history?

Can you delete your login activity on Facebook? You can’t remove your Facebook Activity Log in one go, but you may clear it by deleting each activity record. Your Facebook Activity Log is a log of all of your interactions on the site, including Likes, comments, and new friend connections.