Download Facebook Timeline 2013 'LINK'
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Facebook emailed me a link to download my data. The process took about 10 minutes. (The downloading time depends on how much data you've generated.) The data is segmented into groups: like ads, contact info, events, messages, timeline, and more.
If you want to find a photo or a video on your timeline, you'll find those options under Filters as well. Searching for photos and videos is similar to the process mentioned above. However, these two options have fewer filters than Posts, modified according to the content type requirements. Here, you might also want to check out how to download Facebook photos and videos.
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You might want to do this as a regular exercise if you regularly post content. It is advised you keep these files safe as it contains all your private data and information about all your posts, comments, and photos, and more confidential information. Go ahead and download all your Facebook information today and keep a backup of your Facebook timeline.
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