If you’ve been on Facebook longer than a few days, you can probably already figure out that just because you like a page or add a friend, it doesn’t mean you see everything they post. So I’m going to try to explain this as best I can. PLEASE share this with your friends!
So you’ve liked my blog on Facebook (you have right?!) but you’ve realized that you are missing some posts. Here’s what you do:
Hover your mouse over the page name that you have “liked”. It will bring up a menu. Click “show in news feed” and a check mark will come up. This means when I post to Facebook, you will see it in your news feed. IF you want to go one step further, click “get notifications” as well. That will send you a notification when I post to Facebook.
One more tutorial here. So you’re friends with people but somehow miss important posts. Well you are more than likely only seeing what FACEBOOK deems important. Here’s how to fix it:
Hover over your friend’s name. It will bring up a menu. Click “show in news feed” to see their posts in your feed. Then click settings. It will bring up a second menu. From there, you can click “all updates”, or less if it’s someone you don’t really want to see their 45th profile picture change of the day! (YES, I went there!) And at the bottom you can add or remove certain types of posts that they post. Hopefully this helps you to start seeing more of what you want to see and less of what you don’t! 😉