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How to view friend requests sent on Facebook

Knowing who has ignored your friend requests  is very easy. Here you will learn how to view unanswered requests sent on Facebook, cancel or delete them all easily. You can do it from your cell phone or computer.

We commonly send friend requests to various people, and sometimes they are not answered. This time I will show you how you can see the requests sent on Facebook from your cell phone and PC. In the same way, you will see how you can cancel the requests, although if you have many, you can massively delete them as shown here.

#1. See the requests sent on Facebook from the cell phone

In the Facebook mobile application for your Android cell phone or tablet, iPhone or iOS device, you can easily view sent friend requests:

Open the application, go to the hamburger or triple bar menu at the bottom right and select the Friends option .

On the Friends screen , tap the See all link next to Friend Requests.

Now click on the 3-dot icon in the upper right, next to the search icon.

Then click on the link See requests sent at the bottom of the screen.

Here you can see your friend requests sent pending on Facebook.

To delete requests you just have to press the Cancel button below each request.

If the option does not appear on your mobile

Many do not see the option to view requests submitted in the Facebook application. But fortunately you can do it using any internet browser on your mobile:

On your phone or tablet, open your web browser and log in with your account at

You will be using the web version of Facebook from your mobile, with practically the same options as a desktop browser on your PC. It may suggest opening in the application, but you must press the browser you are using.

Then click on the Friendship Requests icon , and next to ” FRIENDSHIP REQUESTS ” click on the + button .

This will open the Find Friends page , with a menu at the top and different options.

Click the Requests option , and next to ” FRIENDSHIP REQUESTS “, click the down arrow and choose View sent requests.

From here you will be able to see all your pending submitted requests. In this case, to cancel a request you just have to press the Cancel button  .

If you’re on your computer or even from a cell phone or mobile device is easier now s aber requests sent in Facebook:

Open Facebook in your browser, and from the home page choose the Friends section in the left column.

Now on the Friends page , next to Friend Requests, click the See all link .

Then click the View submitted requests link , as shown in the image.

A pop-up window will appear where you can see your requests sent on Facebook. In my case I only have 3 pending.

You can also use this direct link to see the requests sent on Facebook:

To cancel submitted requests, you just have to click the Cancel request button next to the respective request. It is removed instantly.

#3. How to delete sent friend requests

It’s been clear from the previous sections how you can quickly cancel one or even several, but if you want to delete all the Facebook friend requests you’ve sent, there’s a quick way to do it:

Enter your Facebook from the Google Chrome browser on your computer and use this link to see the requests sent:

Scroll down  to  load all the requests and then  press the F12 key which opens a window related to the source code of the page.

Within it, select the Console tab and paste this code:

javascript:var inputs = document.getElementsByClassName('_56bs _56bt'); for(var i=0; i<inputs.length;i++) { inputs[i].click(); }

Then hit the Enter key   to delete or cancel all friend requests sent on Facebook.

Final words

As you can see, it is not so difficult to see the requests sent from your cell phone and computer. In particular, from time to time I like to know who I send a request to on Facebook. It is a way of removing the doubts of those who have ignored our requests for friendship.

If someone has ignored your request, don’t take it personally. Sometimes people briefly see a request that comes to them, decide nothing on the spot, and then forget to respond to it. The good thing is that in addition to seeing those pending requests, you can also quickly cancel them and maybe resubmit them.

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