Facebook Changes News Feed Controls to Help Hide Unwanted Posts

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If you have unwillingly accepted friend requests from annoying acquaintances who occupy unnecessary space in your Facebook News Feed, you could now ‘unfollow’ them without ‘unfriending’ them.

Facebook has launched a News Feed settings tool to let you control posts that you do not want to see, the company said in a statement.

After login, just click on the grey arrows, which appear on the top right corners of posts and give you the option of ‘unfollowing’ a person.

Facebook says users now have a new way to give feedback, using the grey arrows to hide stories they are not interested in reading and also indicating they’d like to see less from that person or page. This can help block out puppy and kitten pictures or selfies from that obsessive sharer.

The feature is available on the mobile and desktop versions of the site, and will come to the Facebook app within the coming weeks. Facebook explained the changes on a company blog post…Read More

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