Facebook wants to help you, and this is what they have done:
Facebook has just changed their algorithm in order to provide the best quality of service to you, its users. In order to prevent “news feed overwhelm”, i.e. users getting too many news feed updates from their network, Facebook has updated their algorithms, giving users the chance to enjoy only the posts that they are really interested to see. Last 1 February 2016, Facebook announced the change on their news blog section. Below is an excerpt of what they have advised.
“As part of our ongoing effort to improve News Feed, we ask over a thousand people to rate their experience every day and tell us how we can improve the content they see when they check Facebook — we call this “our Feed Quality Panel”. We also survey tens of thousands of people around the world each day to learn more about how well we’re ranking each person’s feed. We ask people to rate each story from one to five stars in response to the question “how much did you want to see this story in your News Feed?” From this research using a representative sample of people, we are able to better understand which stories people would be interested in seeing near the top of their News Feed even if they choose not to click, like or comment on them — and use this information to make ranking changes.”
To read the full details of the announcement, click this link.
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