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Target your posts on Facebook, so as not to bore your friends

25 June 2011 / 20:06:22  GRReporter
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Ivan Petkov


In a previous article I showed you a few ways to stay informed about everything that happens in the most popular social network without constantly "hanging" in it and lose valuable time. In the article I mentioned the problem of privacy and control over the content that you receive or publish. Anyone who has an account in Facebook, sooner or later reaches a point where he has gathered too diverse friends and wants to be able to share certain information with only some of them, but for others this information to remain private.

In other words, you have had a great vacation and want to share your craziest pictures with your friends, but without these images falling in front of the eyes of people whom you do not want to see them. On the other hand you have come accros an interesting professional information you want to share with colleagues from your industry, without imposing it to people for whom it wouldn’t be uninteresting. These examples are very general, but I think you get the idea.

How to control the content we receive?

We will first start with the page where you get all of your friends’ status updates, news, and newsfeeds from the sites you like. How to control the content that appears there and why do it instead of directly removing the source of the tedious details?

Go to the homepage of Facebook, after logging into your account (Home) and on the side to the sign "News" will see the "Most recent".

Tags: Facebook creating groups of users information sharing privacy
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