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    I have a friend who I talk to on Facebook. We chat a lot - everyday for 2 years. We have 136,000 messages sent between us. I want to read the conversation from the beginning that we started 2 years ago. Is there any way to do this without having to scroll all the way up - which would take literally days/weeks of continuous scrolling. Basically I want to download the whole chat conversation and be able to scroll right to the top easily.

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    Note: at the top of the picture is says "Loading Older Messages 136147".

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    In the facenook settings, somewhere it says download stats etc and it has all the convo content. (I've done it before, a while ago)

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    How the **** have you managed to send 136,000 messages. Do you not know how to use paragraphs? Or is that your only friend?
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    (Original post by callum_law)
    How the **** have you managed to send 136,000 messages. Do you not know how to use paragraphs? Or is that your only friend?
    I've sent over 500 000 messages to my friends

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    (Original post by KingAuthor)
    I've sent over 500 000 messages to my friends
    Ditto. You must send one word at a time or something.
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    (Original post by callum_law)
    Ditto. You must send one word at a time or something.
    Lmao for some reason it's the only way we can talk to each other. If we send paragraphs we don't read as it's a wall of text. Sending it one at a time sends the key facts.

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    (Original post by KingAuthor)
    In the facenook settings, somewhere it says download stats etc and it has all the convo content. (I've done it before, a while ago)

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    Hmm... where is this?
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    You can download an archive of your Facebook data to-date from the settings page. This will include all of your personal messages.
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    (Original post by ImNotSuperman)
    I have a friend who I talk to on Facebook. We chat a lot - everyday for 2 years. We have 136,000 messages sent between us. I want to read the conversation from the beginning that we started 2 years ago. Is there any way to do this without having to scroll all the way up - which would take literally days/weeks of continuous scrolling. Basically I want to download the whole chat conversation and be able to scroll right to the top easily.

    I've added a picture to make a bit more sense of what I'm asking.

    Note: at the top of the picture is says "Loading Older Messages 136147".

    Thanks
    If you remember something you said near the start, you can search that, and it will take you close to the top.

    If you don't remember, try something like "hey". There shouldn't be too many results, and it makes it a lot easier to get to the start.
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    I came across something to send my history to my email, including chat history, but to this day I don't think I ever received it. Unless it went into my junk folder and I forgot about it!

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