February 22, 2018
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Here is how to make sure your ‘like’ matters on Facebook

Sarah Cottrell | BDN
Sarah Cottrell | BDN
By Sarah Cottrell, BDN Staff

In case you missed it, Facebook recently announced changes to their News Feed algorithm, making it much easier for you to see what your friends and family are posting, but less easy to see what the pages you’ve ‘liked’ are posting.

To make your ‘like’ matter there is a quick and simple fix to make sure you get the information you don’t want to miss out on. Here is what you do:

  1. Go to the page you want to see posts from and click on grey box that reads, “liked”
  2. Select “See First”
  3. Enjoy seeing that page’s posts in your News Feed.

Unlike the “See First” option, the “Default” option will flag a page as one that you may enjoy but that you do not necessarily want to see in your News Feed and so Facebook will bury it.

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