How to See Sent Friend Requests on Facebook

We all know Facebook is a great platform for people who want to connect with those they know personally. However, If you’ve sent too many Facebook requests, maybe you need to cancel requests that are not answered for a long time.

The bad side is when you send too many friend requests, Facebook will understand it and you’ll be limited to sending future requests.

However, if you’re wondering about how to see sent friend requests on Facebook you can now simply view all the friend requests both via Web and Facebook apps.

How to See Sent Friend Requests on the Facebook App

How to See Sent Friend Requests on the Facebook App

To view your sent Friend Requests using the Facebook Mobile app, make sure that you’ve installed the latest version as on November 2020.

Just follow the below steps:

  1. Open the Facebook app and tap the Menu icon.
  2. Select “Friends” from the menu.
  3. Tap “See All” beside the Friend Requests.
  4. Tap “Triple dots” at the top of the Friend Requests.
  5. Tap “View Sent Friend Requests” and that’s all!

This process is similar for both iOS and Android devices. When you find the list you can cancel sent friend requests one by one.

How to See Sent Friend Requests on Facebook on Desktop

If you’re familiar to use Facebook on your desktop web browser, You already notice that Facebook has released a new user interface back a few months ago.

With this new one, some Facebook features and settings have been placed in new sections. So we need a few minutes to figure out everything.

To see sent friend requests on Facebook, Go to and Click the “Friends” from the left sidebar panel.

Once you’ve been there, click “View Sent Request” form left sidebar.

Wait for few seconds and a popup will appear with the send friend requests so you can able to cancel one by one there.

That’s all! I hope you’d found your all sent friend requests on Facebook. If this guide really helped you, don’t forget to hit the below social share buttons to help someone like you!

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