As Facebook has become the de facto social media platform, it has become widely used all over the world, which is why it isn’t surprising that people have been using Facebook to sign into apps, link their apps to Facebook, and so on. However following the Facebook data privacy scandal, it seems that users are trying to unlink as much of their personal information as possible.

The good news is that it looks like Facebook has made it easier for users to do just that. In a report from TechCrunch, Facebook is now allowing users to delete their third-party apps in bulk. Prior to that, users could delete apps but could only do it one by one. If you’ve been using Facebook for years and have linked dozens of apps to the social network, this can get pretty tiresome, but this feature lets users delete them all at once.

Users can’t click a “select all” button just yet, but users can select multiple apps at once to remove them from Facebook. This isn’t exactly a groundbreaking feature, but as per Facebook’s promise, they are indeed making it easier for users to remove apps where it can be done in minutes versus hours. This deletion seems to be applicable to both desktop and mobile versions of the app, so users can check it out if this is something they might be interested in.

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