06/16/13 169 W, 2 I - + 2 - 0 Facebook Tip - Controlling Your News Feed


Have a crowded newsfeed on Facebook, e.g. that stream of updates that appear when you use the application? One means of controlling what appears is changing the settings on a per-friend basis. You can change the frequency of updates, or even "unfollow" individuals entirely. Here are the instructions for same, which are pretty darn easy. Be forewarned, however. If you have hundreds of friends, this filtering process is quite time consuming. Here's how to make your friends go away:
 

Step 1 -Position your pointer to the far right of a friends' update. Click the down arrow that appears.
 
Step 2 - On the drop-down menu that displays, click Hide.

    

Step 3 - On the resulting "The story is now hidden... " text that displays, click Change what updates....
 
Step 4 - On the drop-down menu that displays, click Unfollow.

Step 5 - Rinse and repeat.





Since your on Facebook all the time now Mike. How many departments are utilizing the free service to try and attract membership that you know of?
goes2fire - 06/19/13 - 00:02



  
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