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Making sure you never miss a post from your favourite FB pages

Facebook have been making some changes to how you see the posts made from pages you "like", basically to encourage people like us (bloggers) and other Facebook Page owners to pay for boosts to their posts. That's ok for companies, but for bloggers like us it makes sharing posts difficult. We miss seeing others posts, and other people miss ours.

Here's how to help!


When you "like" a page - or when you visit a page you already "like" hold your cursor over the "like" button. A little menu shows up. Click "Get Notifications" if you want new posts to show up in your notifications, and click "Show in News Feed" it make sure you get each post in your feed.


If you like to be more organised and have all your bloggy friends posts in one place you can click "Add to Interest Lists"


You can make a new list by clicking "+ New List".  You can see I've already made a Blog Buddies list. That's where I keep all your feeds! 


Making a list is very easy. Click "+New List" and the box shown below appears. Select all the pages you want on your list and click "Next"


Give your list a name and set the privacy as you see fit. Then click "Done"


Once it's made you can go back "home". On the menu down the left hand side, scroll down until you reach "Interests" and there's your list!

VoilĂ ! All your favourite Facebook page's feeds in one place! Never miss a post again!


Want to build your list up quickly? As you scroll through your regular news feed and spot people you want to add to your list, hover over their name and a little box will pop up with a snapshot of their page and the like button. Just do the same as above! Hover over the like button and add them to your list (or make a new one)



Spread the word and make sure YOUR followers aren't missing out!


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