Facebook Announces More Ways to Control What You See in Your News Feed [Video]

Facebook Announces More Ways to Control What You See in Your News Feed [Video]

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Facebook has announced additional ways to control and give feedback on your News Feed. Here's a look at what's new...

Quickly Unfollow and re-follow people, Pages and Groups
News Feed settings will now show a list of the top people, Pages and Groups that you’ve seen in your News Feed over the past week. You can choose to sort by people, Pages or Groups posts, or see an overall summary. Unfollow any friend, Page or Group if you don’t want to see their stories in your News Feed. You can also see who you’ve unfollowed in the past and can choose to re-follow them at anytime.
Facebook Announces More Ways to Control What You See in Your News Feed [Video]

New ways to give feedback about your News Feed
If you see a story you’re not interested in or don’t want to see, you can tap the arrow in the top right of that story to hide it. Starting today, when you hide a story you’ll have the option to ask to see less from that person or Page.
Facebook Announces More Ways to Control What You See in Your News Feed [Video]

If you choose to see less, you are then given the option to unfollow them if you don’t want to see any of their stories in your News Feed. You can always visit News Feed settings to see everything you’ve unfollowed and have the option to re-follow them.
Facebook Announces More Ways to Control What You See in Your News Feed [Video]

Availability:
News Feed settings will be available starting today on desktop and mobile. The new options for giving feedback about your News Feed will be available today on desktop, and coming to mobile in the coming weeks.

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Jhonny Doe - November 7, 2014 at 11:05pm
Enough is enough with FB
Heathwill - November 7, 2014 at 10:27pm
I just want to put my messages back in the one app, I refuse to download to apps for facebook.
gabe - November 7, 2014 at 9:47pm
How bout making the most recent story or post in the news feed at the top of the damn feed instead of jumbled all around like its been for a while now. So freakin annoying.
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