You may discover them in your profile's "Mixes" section. Unfortunately, we will be unable to assist with recovery if you are unable to locate your previous profile because the old Myspace was never migrated to the new Myspace.
You can check who you've connected with and who has connected with you by going to Connections. Then click on the name of any person to see their profile.
Look up myspace.com and then type your name into the search field. There you have it, your previous profile. To access any "public" accounts, you do not need to remember your old password or establish a new one. You may browse through your past images, music, videos, "connections," events, and "mixes" from here.
All classic/old Myspace accounts have had their photographs migrated over. Consider a mix to be a photo album. However, our Support Team should be able to help you create a new profile.
However, we do offer a few tips for anyone looking to recover their old photos.
First, check the "Mixes" section of your profile. If they aren't there, that means we didn't import them into the new Myspace and must be recovered manually. In this case, read on.
Second, if you know what year your account was created, check with that year as well. Some years had two versions of Myspace, so if you registered before 2009, then all should be fine. Otherwise, see below.
Finally, if you still can't find them, contact us via our Form here: https://support.myspace.com/index/forms/myspace-photo-request
We'll do our best to help!
You may discover them in your profile's "Mixes" section. Consider a mix to be a photo album. To modify and see additional photos, click on each mix. * If you don't see any photographs, it's because your old Myspace account was not connected with your new one.
Myspace is a social networking website in the United States that provides an interactive, user-submitted network of friends, personal profiles, blogs, photographs, music, and videos. From 2005 until 2009, it was the largest social networking site.
Photos used to just appear in your mixes, but Myspace has modified this multiple times. For a few years, they were found in your Photostream under Library > Photos. The photographs have been re-added to the "Mixes" section as of 2015. This link is located on the left navigation bar.
It's straightforward. Search for myspace.com, then type your name into their search field, and there you have it: your previous profile. To access any "public" accounts, you do not need to remember your old password or establish a new one. You may browse through your past images, music, videos, "connections," events, and "mixes" from here.
Here's how to access your old MySpace account: Step 1: Access the MySpace website by going to www.myspace.com. Step 2: Go to the site's Declaration of Ownership form.
Simply go to MySpace.com and use the search box on the site to discover any sort of MySpace profile. In 2019, you'll find it under the heading "Connect With People."
To find a user on MySpace, click the "Search" link at the top of your profile page and then select your search method: Find a Friend enables you to locate someone you're especially looking for. You may look up people by name, display name, or e-mail address.