Have you ever wondered why it seems you see different things daily on Facebook? I have put together some tips to help you personalize your Facebook experience. Often times, it’s a simple reset on your Newsfeed setting. For whatever reason, Facebook decides that you need to see Top Stories, as opposed to the most recent posts that your friends have made. Here’s where you can find it.
Go to Home on your personal Facebook page and then over to the left, find Favorites.
I often hear people complain that they seem to never see Facebook Business pages that they have followed. Here’s how you can make sure you see these pages in your feed. Go to Home on your personal Facebook page, then go directly to the right from the word home to the little arrow that points downward. When you click on the little arrow, you will see Use Facebook As: Here you will find your News Feed Preferences.
You can also see the Facebook Business pages that you have liked. Here is where you can choose Prioritize Who To See First. If we have liked a Facebook Business page we should be able to see it, right? Well, in the grand scheme of things, this is probably better for all of us. This way we can choose what pages pop up in our feeds on a daily basis. And of course, I would love to assume that you have prioritized Social Connections, LLC Facebook page!
While you are visiting Facebook News Feed Preferences, you can also unfollow people to hide their posts and choose to reconnect with people you have unfollowed. Facebook is trying to make your experience more personalized. Hopefully you will be able to see a difference in your feed, when you prioritize some of the Facebook pages that you have followed.
Facebook is a great way to connect with people of all ages. It’s true, the younger folks are not on Facebook as much as they used to be, but they are still present. I’d love to hear how prioritizing Facebook pages has worked for you. I can personally tell you, that I love the feature and I do see posts from pages that I have prioritized on a regular basis.