Facebook Changes…are you as confused as I am?

 Facebook Changes...are you as confused as I am?


If you haven’t noticed the Facebook changes this past week, you must not be addicted like so many people are to Facebook now! I’m not sure what Facebook was thinking when they made these changes, but most of us don’t like them.

There are now 2 feeds at the top of your page…News Feed and Live Feed. This is what the 2 feeds do according to Facebook.

News Feed aggregates the most interesting content that your friends are posting while Live Feed shows you all the actions your friends are making in real-time.”

Live Feed automatically determines which friends to include based on who Facebook thinks you want to hear from most.”

If you have more than 250 friends on Facebook, Facebook is blocking feeds from all but 250 people.

It is easy to undo this so that you can see all of your friends again, but you will have to do the following:
Go to your home page. Make sure your news feed shows “live feed”. Then scroll to bottom, click: “Edit Options”. You will see your News Feed Settings. Change… 250 to 5000 (or, whatever # you… want) for Facebook Friend limit. Then hit “save”, and your feed will work right again.

And if you are really frustrated by the changes, make sure to join the group – Change Facebook Back to Normal

Hope this helps you with the new Facebook changes!

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