30-Jan-2018 • Site News
Facebook recently announced that changes are coming to your news feed. You may no longer see as many stories from news outlets and publishers such as MI6.
Facebook allows you to select a certain number of pages to see first in your News Feed. If you want to keep up to date with all things James Bond, you can make a tweak to your newsfeed settings to make sure you don't miss a 007 headline.
Log into your Facebook account. Click on the three horizontal lines in the bottom or on the top right corner of your screen.
Scroll down to the bottom and click on the 'settings.'
Click on 'News Feed Preferences' from the list of setting options. This will open a new page with controls.
Select 'Prioritize who to see first.' You'll see a list of pages and profiles you "like" on Facebook.
Scroll through the list and choose the pages that you want to see content from in your News Feed regularly. Your choices will be marked with a blue star.
Hit 'done' in the top or bottom right corner to save your changes.
Log into Facebook. In the left-hand column of your home screen, look for 'news feed' at the top of the list and click the three dots beside it.
Selected 'edit preferences' at the bottom of the pop-up menu. This will open a new window with the controls.
Select 'Prioritize who to see first.' You will see a list of pages and profiles you "like" on Facebook.
Look through the list and choose the pages that has content you want to see on your feed regularly. The pages you select will be marked with a blue star.
Hit 'done' in the bottom right corner of your screen to save.