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How to remove Bitstrips from Facebook: Hide Bitstrip comics from your Facebook news feed

Remove annoying Bitstrip comics from your Facebook news feed.

How to remove Bitstrips from Facebook

Social networks have the uncanny knack of being incredibly addictive, while being completely infuriating at the same time. One of the latest crazes to excite and upset users in equal quantities is the new Bitstip comics that people are creating and posting on Facebook. Here's where we show you how to remove Bitstrips from your Facebook news feed. See all social network tutorials.

How to remove Bitstrips from Facebook

How to remove Bitstrips from Facebook: Method one

Step one:

The first thing you are going to need to do is actually find one of the Bitstrip comic (this shouldn't be hard). See also: How to Turn off Facebook's location settings

Step two:

Once you have found one, click on the down arrow located in the top right of the post. You then simply click on the Hide all from Bitstrips options and they will be removed from your Facebook new feed.

How to remove Bitstrips from Facebook

How to remove Bitstrips from Facebook: Method two

Step one:

From anywhere in Facebook, click on the settings cog in top right of your browser and then select Privacy Settings.

Step two:

From the left hand side of the window you need to Select the Blocking category.

Step three:

Next you need to find the Block Apps search box and type in "Bitstrips" and click on the official Bitstripss app once Facebook has found it.

You have now blocked Bitstrip comics from appearing on your Facebook news feed. To allow them to appear again, simply click on the Bitstrips Unblock button, which can be found underneath the Block apps search box.

How to remove Bitstrips from Facebook

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