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Is there a way to see what friends I recently added? It used to be possible using "Edit friends" but this part has changed it seems.

"Became friends with" stories are set to not appear on my wall.

It seems to possible be using the API but is there an easier way?

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If you have timeline, there's a box on the right side that shows the most recent additions. –  dnbrv Apr 9 '12 at 18:07
    
@dnbrv But not all your recent additions. And the first answer method do it. –  Paulocoghi Jan 3 '13 at 5:11
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Go to your activity log (https://www.facebook.com/<yourusername>/allactivity) and filter by friends.

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Or (especially if you don't have a username) go to your Timeline and click on Activity Log and filter by friends. (If you don't have Timeline yet then neither will work.) –  mark4o Apr 9 '12 at 21:29
    
Thanks! I will try this when I get switched to Timeline. –  nic Apr 10 '12 at 4:22
    
Thanks so much! Am really grateful there's still an approach for this. Am surprised the new search bar doesn't allow for "my recently added friends" –  Matt Gardner Oct 14 '13 at 4:50
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Try going to Account Settings > Notifications. It shows all of your recent activity, which includes added friends.

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It does not include friends I accepted (only "accepted your friend request"). It seems to include one week of information, not sure if exhaustive though. –  nic Apr 9 '12 at 2:32
    
That one week thing is funny, because I was with a friend the other day and their info extended back like a month.. no idea how. –  ekaj Apr 9 '12 at 4:43
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https://www.facebook.com/{your username}/allactivity?privacy_source=activity_log_top_menu

newest link if anyone out there is curious!

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