Unfriend lets you see who unfriended you without being a stalker

UnfriendUnless you have wads of cash lying around and five credit cards with $5,000 limits, friends are kind of crucial in Facebook games. And mysteriously losing those vital buddies on your various friend bars can be an unpleasant surprise. But thanks to Edouard Gatouillat, you can now see who unfriended who and much more with Unfriend, a script supported by all browsers. (Yes, even Opera.)

Unfriend allows you to not only see who has unfriended you, but lets you manage your friend requests (both accepted and ignored) and alerts you when friends deactivate their profiles. And, according to Mashable, installing the script is simple. Just head over to the download page, which you can find here, and click "Install" in the upper right hand corner. If you're using Chrome--which we seriously recommend if you're playing Facebook games--the script will install automatically.

Firefox users must first download the Greasemonkey add-on before downloading Unfriend. Once installed, it will literally change the look of Facebook, adding an "Unfriends" tab to your home page to the right of "Profile". Clicking it will open the Unfriend Finder page and settings, allowing you to track basically all friend requests, unfriends and profile deactivations and reactivations.

Most of this information will also appear in your Notifications tab as it happens. With this nifty script, you'll never be in dark about a lost friend, and hopefully one step closer to learning why you keep losing (or gaining) friends.

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[Image Credit: Edouard Gatouillat]

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