June 8, 2023

See Posts From More Friends on Facebook News Feed - Tutorial

Published May 26, 2023, 1:20 p.m. by Jerald Waisoki

If you're one of the many people who have been wondering how to see more posts from friends on your facebook news feed, this tutorial is for you.

By default, facebook shows you posts from people who you've interacted with the most recently and who you have the most in common with. However, there are a few things you can do to see more posts from friends on your news feed.

First, make sure you've liked and commented on your friends' posts. The more you interact with someone, the more likely you are to see their posts in your news feed.

Second, check to see if you have any mutual friends with the person whose posts you want to see. If you do, add them to your friends list. This will help facebook understand that you want to see more of their posts.

Third, try using facebook's "Most Recent" option to view posts from all of your friends, rather than just those who facebook thinks are most relevant to you. To do this, go to your news feed and click on the "Most Recent" option in the top left corner.

Finally, keep in mind that you can always visit your friends' profiles directly to see all of their recent posts.

By following these tips, you should be able to see more posts from friends on your news feed.

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Hi everyone, this is Anson from

AnsonAlex.com and in this video I'm going to

show you how

you can modify and manage your Facebook news

feed so that you see posts from more of your


So if you've been using Facebook for a long

time, you might notice that you see a lot

of the same friends over and over again and

that may be true even though other friends

of yours are posting all the time, based on your previous activity, you may

not be seeing their posts.

So let's take a look at what we can do.

You'll notice on my screen right now I have both the Facebook app opened up

on my phone.

This is on an Android device but should look pretty similar on an iPhone.

And then I also have Facebook opened up in a browser.

So we're going to look at some different things we can do on both the

computer and the mobile version.

So first of all, if you look over here to

the mobile version, you'll notice that we

have this recent option and that, you know, shows up as you scroll down in

your feed on

your mobile phone and that is a great way to just stop using the algorithm

that Facebook

is just showing you posts that they think you're going to be interested in.

Instead, you can view recent posts.

Now you can access this on a computer

too but it's a little bit more difficult.

You actually have to go to the "See More"

drop down over here on the left side of the

screen and then scroll down and you'll see

that there's this option that says "Most


So if I click that, I would see the most recent posts on my Facebook feed.

Now I'm not going to do that because right

now I have some just public posts up here

on Facebook and I'm going to try to protect

the privacy of my real Facebook friends.

So I'm going to try not to move around too much.

But if I did click "Most Recent" right

here, I would all of a sudden see the most

recent posts on Facebook and the same on

the mobile device just by clicking "Recent"

up here at the top.

Now if you search Facebook for how to do this and, you know, how to manage

my news feed, what they have you do is they have you change your favorites.

So you can select, I think it's up to 10

people as your favorite Facebook users and

you'll see posts from them more often.

And being able to add and remove favorites is one of the only tools that

Facebook gives

you, at least the obvious tools that Facebook gives you in order to manage

your news feed.

I'm going to suggest something else as well.

So you can manage your favorites if you'd like.

Again, on the mobile version you can access

it right here, you'll notice, and you can

access it here on the web browser version

just by going to your settings, which you

can't see right now because I have the ads

hidden on the side of the screen over here

so we don't have to deal with those.

However, here's what I suggest.

As you're using your news feed, you're

going to scroll down, whether it's on the

mobile version or on the computer version,

and let's say you have this user, this is

the NBA, but let's say this is one of my

friends and, you know what, good friend of

mine, like their posts, but I've seen them

too much and I'm getting too caught up in

reading their posts and I'm not going down

and seeing other people's posts as much.

What you can do is you can click on the three dots and you can snooze that

user for 30 days.

So if you're kind of caught in this feedback loop, a bubble here on Facebook

where you're

seeing like 15 users and those are the posts that you're seeing all the time

, what you can start doing is just start snoozing them.

So hit the snooze button for NBA and you'll

no longer see the NBA's posts in your home

feed for the next 30 days.

Scroll down, you see another friend, you say, "Hey, you know, Forbes, you

know, I love their

posts but I'm spending too much time interacting with them and it's keeping

me from being able

to interact with other friends on Facebook."

Click on the three dots and snooze for 30 days, right?

So then, you know, 30 days later, maybe these friends or pages that you

follow will pop

back up and you can snooze them again if you'd like, but in that 30-day

period, hopefully,

you've now interacted with more of your friends because you're cleaning up

your news feed, right?

So maybe some of your other friends of yours might start to show up more

often and maybe

some of them show up too often and after the first 30-day period, you can

snooze them for 30 days.

But Facebook doesn't really give you that

many good options to manage your news feed

and kind of customize what you're seeing other than using the most recent

and the favorites.

So I think this 30-day snooze is really a way that you can adjust your

Facebook algorithm

because you hide the posts you interact with most and you start to adjust

that algorithm by interacting with different posts.

If you look over here on the mobile version, it's the same thing.

Click on the three little dots and you'll notice that we have the option to

snooze common for 30 days.

So these are really the main ways that you

can modify your Facebook news feed and kind

of reach out a little bit further.

Again, you might want to check out the most

recent link right here on the computer and

on your mobile device.

It's right up at the top as you scroll down the news feed.

But if you've tried that and it's still not helping you, the next best

option is to start to modify the algorithm by snoozing users for 30 days.

So I hope you all found this video helpful.

If you did, I would really appreciate a thumbs up here on YouTube.

And if you want to see more technology tips and tutorials, don't forget to

subscribe to my YouTube channel.

If you have suggestions for additional videos on Facebook, please let me

know in the comments section.

Thanks again for watching.

That's all I have for you for today.

This is Anson from AnsonAlex.com.


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