Facebook News Feed is a Facebook feature that includes status updates, photos, videos, links, app activity and likes from people as well as pages and groups that you follow on Facebook. Facebook News Feed constantly updates lists of stories in the middle of your homepage.

Facebook News Feed

What Kinds of Post are seen on Facebook News Feed?

Posts that appear on the Facebook News Feed, are geared towards keeping you connected to the people, places, and things that matter to you, beginning with your friends and family.

These posts, are influenced by your connections and activities on Facebook. The number of  Facebook comments, Facebook likes and reactions a post receives and what kind of story it is. Photos, videos, status updates, is also likely to make it appear higher up in your News Feed.

Posts that may likely appear first includes;

  • That of a friend or family member commenting on or liking another person’s photo or status update.
  • A person reacting to a post from a publisher that has been shared by a friend.
  • Multiple people replying to each other’s comments on a video they have watched or an article they have read in the News Feed.

Note; if you think you are missing posts you’d like to see, or seeing posts in your Facebook News Feed that you don’t appreciate, your settings can be adjusted.

News Feed also sometimes enables you see a story that you have already seen. These stories sometimes will move to the top of your News Feed because many of your friends have liked or commented on it. This enables you see popular stories and conversations that your friends are involved with the most.

More On Facebook News Feeds

Facebook News Feed also enables you see who sees posts from your friends on your timeline. Posts on your timeline may appear in other places on Facebook, like News Feed and search, for people who are in the audience they are shared with. Example, (friends, public, custom). You can also choose the audience for things your friends post on your timeline.

The other side of News Feed is that it also includes stories about your friends activities on Facebook, including when your friends like or comment on posts from people you’re not friends with. You might also see stories about your friends liking or commenting in public groups that you are not a member of.

Thus if you don’t want to see stories in your News Feed about a friend’s activity on Facebook, you can do the following;

  • Unfollow that friend
  • Learn how to adjust what comes up on your News Feed
  • Learn how to hide stories you don’t desire to see.

How to view stories on your News Feed

Facebook News Feed by default, shows the most popular stories first. To temporarily viewed stories by most recent;

  • Tap “Home” at the top of Facebook
  • Linger over the News Feed tab in the left side menu and tap
  • Choose “Most Recent”.

With this Briefe Info I ‘m you can now get the latest info about your friends and other trends.