Facebook Changing Newsfeed Again
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Apr 21, 2015, 12:51 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Facebook today said it is making more tweaks to how users' newsfeed displays content. The changes being implemented today are a direct result of feedback Facebook received from users. The first change affects those who don't have a lot of content to view, perhaps because they don't keep a vast friend list or don't subscribe to lots of content from across the web. Previous rules prevented people from seeing multiple posts from the same source in a row. The update relaxes this rule so more content will be visible from individual sources. On the flip side, Facebook understands that people with many connections worry about missing content from their friends. Facebook says it will adjust the newsfeed so photos, videos, and links shared directly by friends will rank higher in the newsfeed. Last, Facebook is addressing a long-standing complaint for people who don't enjoy seeing stories about their friends liking or commenting on other posts. Moving forward, such posts will appear further down in the newsfeed, if they show up at all. Facebook says this should let people see more of the content they care about. The newsfeed changes are rolling out over the next few days and will apply to Facebook online as well as mobile devices.
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Here's a thought..
Some of us actually read and want to see everything in order that it was posted, not be fed what Facebook thinks we should see.