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Last year one of my friends shared an article. I liked it. Now there are tons of updates in between. How do I find that article again?

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I haven't got an answer yet it is an intriguing question; if I ever find out I'll let you know. –  Angela Westell Dec 8 '11 at 20:13
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Click your name on the header, next to search field.
Click "Activity log" on your cover photo.
Click "Likes" in the left sidebar.
Voila!

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You'll need to go to your own All Activity page and select Likes from the dropdown that says "All". This will show you the list of things (statuses, pages, photos, etc) that you have liked broken down by month.

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this is nice, but is there a link to go to this page or should i write the url each time to go to it? –  Amr ElGarhy Feb 7 '13 at 9:26
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Check out http://www.likejournal.com

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Unfortunately, Likejournal only uses Facebook Graph's Like API call. Which will only display pages that you've liked, not individual status messages. You can see the same thing here: graph.facebook.com/me/likes?access_token= but you'll need to get an access token which happens to be autofilled (if you're logged in) on this page. Also on that page you can look for Likes and click that link. –  Dez Mar 12 '12 at 4:15
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Since May Bing is supposed to

make it easier to see what your Facebook friends “like” ...

provided that you are logged in to your facebook account. However, the search results depend on many factors so your likes are not guaranteed to appear at the top of the list.

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You can try using FQL to query for posts shared by your friend that you have liked

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This doesn't really answer the question. Can you elaborate as to how they would do this? –  Barry Dec 12 '11 at 7:41
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