How Do I Know When Someone Last Logged into My Facebook?

In just a few clicks, you can see a list of every time your Facebook account has been logged into, along with the date and time, the device used to log in, the approximate location of the device and the IP address of the device at the time of login.

Adam Goldkamp is the editor / author responsible for this content.
Dec 9, 2022

Facebook is a handy tool used by many to keep in touch with family and friends and to keep things like personal information and photos all in one place. Your Facebook account holds a lot of information about you and the people you connect with that you probably want to keep safe and secure, and out of the wrong hands.

If you want to make sure you're the only one logging into your Facebook account, or you simply want to see the last time you logged in, there are a few simple steps to follow.

On Desktop

To see the last time someone logged into your Facebook account.

Step one: Go to Facebook and log in to your account.

Step two: Click the down arrow in the top-right corner of the screen and click on Settings & Privacy, then click on Settings.

Step three: Click Security & login. Under Where you're logged in, click See more. You'll find a list of devices where you've logged into Facebook, from latest or earliest. It shows the time of the login, the device and the approximate location. If you hover over it with your cursor, you can see the IP address of the device.

On Mobile or Tablet

Step one: Tap the Facebook app.

Step two: Tap the three horizontal lines at the top right corner of the screen. Scroll down and click on Settings & Privacy. From the dropdown menu, tap Settings.

Step three: Under Account, tap Password and Security. Under Where you're logged in, tap See all to see your full list of sessions from latest to earliest. It shows the time of the login, the device and the approximate location.

If you have any questions about finding out when someone last logged into your Facebook account, customer service for Facebook can help.

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