You may not like this, your search history on Facebook may spill to the search engine, if you have not cleared or erased. If you are concerned about privacy, you need to worry about the search history saved by Facebook. Though to them it helps you connect the dots and create a footprint, what if it is a footprint you do not want saved or spilled out accidentally.
Facebook though designed the history to be private, however it is hidden inside the more button making it less conspicuous to the user. More than 80% of Facebook users globally do not know or fully utilize the Facebook controls and settings, no wonder when issues arise. Users scamper to get a fix they should have inserted long before the issue happened.
Facebook with the search intends to make the web information free as much as possible while the users are weary about the volume of information about them that can be accessed randomly.
How to delete your Facebook Search History
Log in to your Facebook account and click on the settings icon up in the right corner. Go to the Activity log in the drop-down menu. The activity log is only viewable by you. On the drop down click on more button.
You will see the search option sitting below the drop down, click on the button inscribed search and look to the upper right hand corner to clear and delete all history stored by Facebook.
From time to time you will need to visit this page to clear your search history from time to time, their is no permanent solution to switch off the Facebook search history.
To view your Facebook Search History
In the same order has described above, visit the activity log, click on the more drop down, then click on search. There you will find all your search entries.
The reason why you should consider clearing your search history is this, if you do not log out of your Facebook account or your significant other has you password. An innocent search of your old friend, or ex can cause a rift in the home. It is advised to clear any embarrassing search trail on your Facebook search history.
In the same vein if you are curious to know what your wads search for on their Facebook page, you can view the Facebook search history to see what they are looking for on Facebook.