Facebook\u2019s Clear History tool is now available in all countries, CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced in a\u00a0blog post. It\u2019s part of a new section in your settings called \u201cOff-Facebook activity,\u201d and it lets users see which third-parties have shared user interactions with the social network, even when they\u2019re not using Facebook directly.\n\n\n\nCredits: Facebook \n\n\n\nOff-Facebook activity is the information that businesses and websites share with Facebook based on your interactions with those sites or apps. The Clear History tool can be helpful if you\u2019re constantly getting ads for something you were just looking at online or being served suggestions for things Facebook thinks you might be interested in. \n\n\n\nBesides clearing your history, the new section also includes options to view your information by category, download the information, and select how off-Facebook activity can be managed in the future.\n\n\n\nThe tool was first announced at the company\u2019s annual F8 developer conference in 2018 in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, and it first rolled out to three countries after facing months of delays. \n\n\n\nFacebook says the unexpected delays were due to technical challenges related to how the company stores data on its servers.\n\n\n\n\u201dOff-Facebook Activity marks a new level of transparency and control,\u201d Zuckerberg wrote. \u201cWe\u2019ve been working on this for a while because we had to rebuild some of our systems to make this possible.\u201d\n\n\n\nIn an initiative to mark Data Privacy Day, Facebook is showing users a prompt in the News Feed to review their privacy settings, directing them to a Privacy Checkup tool. The tool takes you through a tour of who can see your information, an option to turn on two-factor security, and which apps use your Facebook account to log in. \n\n\n\nNotably, it doesn\u2019t point users to the new Off-Facebook activity introduced today. It\u2019s also not the easiest tool to find as it\u2019s buried in the side menus. Here\u2019s a direct link, or you can find it in Settings \u2014> Your Facebook Information \u2014> Off-Facebook Activity.