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There were an browser addon which showed message when someone from Facebook unfriended you. However now it is dead. Is there any alternative to track my friends?

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Have you already tried the social fixer browser extension? That has a 'friend tracker' option that I believe works for both facebook and twitter. –  batpigandme May 8 '13 at 16:44
    
That app had to remove the "friend tracker" functionality due to pressure from Facebook. Another browser extension that has "unfriend" notification functionality is FB Purity : fbpurity.com –  mack nordstrum Jul 25 at 0:59

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There is no "UnfriendFinder" alternative at the moment.

However, you can export your friendlist to a .xls or .csv file. If you want to check, you just have to export your friendlist another time and compare it with the first one.

This solution is very basic but it does work well.

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There may not be any addon which does the job but there are several userscripts which you can use. Here is a list of few of them :

There are serveral others available at userscripts.org.

To install a userscript you will need Greasemonky installed. It is available both as an addon for Firefox and extension for Chrome.

Try each one out to see which one work out best for you.

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I've just installed, does not work. –  ilhan May 4 '13 at 17:38
    
Which one did you try. You should try the second one, seems quite popular and recently updated. –  Abhirup Manna May 4 '13 at 23:38
    
I've tried the most popular and recently updated one, in other words the second one. It opens a new tab in a loophole unfriendfinder.net again and again. Nowhere is listed any unfriended friends. –  ilhan May 5 '13 at 6:59

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