How to streamline facebook feed

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How to streamline facebook feed

  1. 1. Streamline your Facebook® feed How to streamline your Facebook news feed for easier reading By James Ball www.jamesballblog.com
  2. 2. Streamline your Facebook® feed Do you have a few hundred (or more) friends on Facebook? By James Ball www.jamesballblog.com
  3. 3. Streamline your Facebook® feed I'm sure you also have many (“fan”) pages that you've liked By James Ball www.jamesballblog.com
  4. 4. Streamline your Facebook® feed Your news feed can get very busy and most of us don't have time to read everything each day By James Ball www.jamesballblog.com
  5. 5. Streamline your Facebook® feed The other day I was reading through my news feed for almost 2 hours! By James Ball www.jamesballblog.com
  6. 6. Streamline your Facebook® feed I've discovered a way to reduce the clutter by decreasing my (“fan”) page visibility By James Ball www.jamesballblog.com
  7. 7. Streamline your Facebook® feed Most of us have liked many pages- famous people, restaurants, beverages, shoes, cars, etc By James Ball www.jamesballblog.com
  8. 8. Streamline your Facebook® feed We don't want to delete them, just not see every single post... By James Ball www.jamesballblog.com
  9. 9. Streamline your Facebook® feed Here's the solution... By James Ball www.jamesballblog.com
  10. 10. Streamline your Facebook® feed 1st- Create lists for your pages I keep mine simple, like 3-4 lists By James Ball www.jamesballblog.com
  11. 11. Streamline your Facebook® feed “Business”, “Computers”, “Just pages”, “News” By James Ball www.jamesballblog.com
  12. 12. Streamline your Facebook® feed By James Ball www.jamesballblog.com Next- 1. Go to the page 2. Hover over the Liked button 3. Un-check Show in News Feed
  13. 13. Streamline your Facebook® feed By James Ball www.jamesballblog.com Last- 1. Again, hover over the Liked button 2. Add it to a current list, or select New List and give it a name
  14. 14. Streamline your Facebook® feed By James Ball www.jamesballblog.com These pages will no longer show in your news feed. But, you can always view them
  15. 15. Streamline your Facebook® feed By James Ball www.jamesballblog.com Go to the left side of the Facebook screen and select the favorite list you want to view
  16. 16. Streamline your Facebook® feed By James Ball www.jamesballblog.com You will see posts only for the pages you have placed in that list
  17. 17. Streamline your Facebook® feed By James Ball www.jamesballblog.com You don't need to place every page in a list, only the (“lesser”) pages that you don't want to see all the time
  18. 18. Streamline your Facebook® feed By James Ball www.jamesballblog.com I have a number of important pages, that I don't want to miss, so I keep these as Show in New Feed
  19. 19. Streamline your Facebook® feed By James Ball www.jamesballblog.com If you misplace your liked (“fan”) pages or just want to view them all...
  20. 20. Streamline your Facebook® feed By James Ball www.jamesballblog.com Go to your profile and click on More. Then click on Likes to see your liked pages
  21. 21. Streamline your Facebook® feed By James Ball www.jamesballblog.com You can again click on More, then Other Likes to see all pages
  22. 22. Streamline your Facebook® feed By James Ball www.jamesballblog.com If you have the new Timeline Search, just type in “my favorite pages”
  23. 23. Streamline your Facebook® feed By James Ball www.jamesballblog.com My page www.facebook.com/jamesballpage My blog www.jamesballblog.com Facebook® is a registered trademark

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