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In this article I will show you how to automatically remove all “Going” and “Interested” to events, at once and without installing any plugin.

Whatever the reason could be, in this way you will have the cleanest News feed timeline possible.

Free your mind from the clutter. Offline life is better.

Stop pretending to be going at all events. Select. Go. Enjoy.


Disclaimer: It is needed a simple and short script which you should want to understand before running it, because it has the power to mess up with your Facebook account.

Disclaimer: Follow the steps at your own risk. I am not responsible for what your are doing. Are you?

Getting Started

There are three simple steps in between you and the clarity of your Facebook News feed. There is a short script involved, which you will copy and paste into the console of the Developer tools of your browser (Firefox, Chrome) while navigating into the Past events page.

In Short, what you will be doing:

  1. Get the script.
  2. Go to the Past events page.
  3. Run the script within the browser.

1. Get the script

Copy in your clipboard the code of the most recent version of the script from github, or try your luck with this one:

var pleaseRemoveMeEventsPlease = function () {

    var doActions = [];

    var removeMe = function(idx) {
        if (idx < doActions.length) {
          console.log('task:', idx+1, 'of', doActions.length);
          setTimeout(removeMe, 500, idx+1);      
        } else {
          console.log('DONE. Stop pretending to be going to every event ever.');

  var idx=0; 
  [...document.querySelectorAll('div[class="_ohf rfloat"] > div')].forEach( (a) => { doActions[idx++] = a; });


2. Go to the Past events page

  1. Go to your Past events page of the Facebook Calendar.

    Facebook Calendar Past Events

  2. Scroll down to have a reasonable number of items to delete (~500 is good).

3. Run the script within the browser

  1. Press F12 to open the Developer tools window (Firefox, Chrome).
  2. Select Console.
  3. Read the security concerns message that the Facebook developers left for you.
  4. Paste the script into the prompt of the console
  5. Type pleaseRemoveMeEventsPlease(), hit return, and wait until it’s done.
  6. Refresh the page, re-iterate all the three steps.

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