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Put Recent Stories On Top Of Your News Feed Again

Facebook has realized that many people are more interested in “breaking news” than the most popular stories (as automatically chosen by Facebook). Especially those who return to the site a few times a day for the latest buzz prefer to have an unobstructed view of the most recent events. That’s why after prioritizing “Highlighted Stories” since back in September, FB now enabled a sorting option that lets you choose how updates are sorted in your News Feed.

How do I sort stories in News Feed?

Click on the Sort menu in the top right of your News Feed to change how stories are sorted.

Recent Stories First: Stories will appear in the order they were posted. Highlighted stories will be marked with a blue corner.

Highlighted Stories First: Highlighted stories you haven’t seen yet will appear at the top of your News Feed. (If you don’t see highlighted stories, it’s because there aren’t any new highlighted stories since your last visit.)

Recent stories first in Facebook News Feed

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Put Recent Stories On Top Of Your News Feed Again Posted by on November 11, 2011 at 8:37 PM. Use this trackback if you're linking this story.

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