With the oft-mentioned drop in Facebook pages’ organic reach, administrators of event-heavy pages, such as those for musical artists, have been hit hard. The social network launched a feature aimed at solving that issue.
You no doubt log into a bunch of apps and sites using your Facebook credentials, but you don’t have to disconnect these apps to change what they’re allowed to do through your account. There’s a separate settings page where you can block apps from posting to your wall while allowing them to stay connected to your Facebook profile.
Would you like to see more of what you want and less of what you don’t want in your Facebook News Feed? Facebook tries to “help” you do that by adjusting their News Feed algorithm so that you see more of what you interact with more or the things that are getting more engagement but …
The trusty Facebook app on your Android phone or iPhone has some nifty—and powerful—features up its sleeves. Not only can you pick and choose which friends appear in your news feed, you can also save links to interesting articles, close another of your "active" Facebook sessions, put stickies on your photos and even post updates without an Internet connection.
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