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Using Facebook’s new Feeds tab to customize the posts you see

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Scrolling down the Facebook homepage is sometimes messy – you can’t find the post you saw before and you are bombarded with often unrelated content. But finally things are changing.

In a Facebook postMark Zuckerberg announced that the platform is introducing a feature that allows users to customize and manage the content they see.

The new Feeds tab lets you see the most recent posts from your selected categories: Friends, Pages, or Groups. The All category displays posts from all feeds. Fortunately there is no Suggested for you content on feeds, but ads remain.

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Users find feeds in their shortcut bar. On iOS it’s at the bottom of the app and on Android it’s at the top. Here’s what it looks like:

Facebook feeds tab