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If you like using your Facebook News Feed for news, you might like this helpful guide. Recently, Facebook announced that they will give higher priority in your News Feed to posts and announcements from people you know, like friends and family. In...

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If you like using your Facebook News Feed for news, you might like this helpful guide. Recently, Facebook announced that they will give higher priority in your News Feed to posts and announcements from people you know, like friends and family. In doing so, they will also push content from pages you like further down in your News Feed. That means that news from sources like Inforum will show up less often. If you depend on Facebook to deliver your news, that might not be the news you want to hear. But there is a way to guarantee that you see this news, and all it takes is a moment and a couple of clicks/taps. First, go to the page you’d like to prioritize (we’ll use the West Central Tribune Facebook page as a handy example):
  (If you haven’t liked the page, first do that by clicking the middle button on the bottom right of the page header.) Then, locate and click the little arrow on the right of the button marked “Liked.” You’ll see options for “In your News Feed” and “Notifications.” The “In your News Feed” option will be set to “Default.” If you change that to “See first,” you’ll see the most recent posts from that page each time you log in to Facebook:       If you really don’t want to miss anything, you can also turn on Notifications for that page, meaning you’ll get periodic notifications of new content. You’ll see a maximum of five notifications a day. Either of these options can be customized by clicking on the pencil icon on the right side of the drop-down menu: [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_original","fid":"2683149","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"559","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"1000"}}]]   [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_original","fid":"2683153","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"689","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"1000"}}]]   And that’s it. Easy peasy. From there, we hope you’ll also take time to react to posts that move you to do so and be sure to tell us when we’re doing something you like or dislike. If you have news, photos or video to share, feel free to message our page directly. Happy browsing, news hounds!If you like using your Facebook News Feed for news, you might like this helpful guide. Recently, Facebook announced that they will give higher priority in your News Feed to posts and announcements from people you know, like friends and family. In doing so, they will also push content from pages you like further down in your News Feed. That means that news from sources like Inforum will show up less often. If you depend on Facebook to deliver your news, that might not be the news you want to hear. But there is a way to guarantee that you see this news, and all it takes is a moment and a couple of clicks/taps. First, go to the page you’d like to prioritize (we’ll use the West Central Tribune Facebook page as a handy example): [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_original","fid":"2683158","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"438","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"1000"}}]]   (If you haven’t liked the page, first do that by clicking the middle button on the bottom right of the page header.) Then, locate and click the little arrow on the right of the button marked “Liked.” You’ll see options for “In your News Feed” and “Notifications.” The “In your News Feed” option will be set to “Default.” If you change that to “See first,” you’ll see the most recent posts from that page each time you log in to Facebook:       If you really don’t want to miss anything, you can also turn on Notifications for that page, meaning you’ll get periodic notifications of new content. You’ll see a maximum of five notifications a day. Either of these options can be customized by clicking on the pencil icon on the right side of the drop-down menu:
  [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_original","fid":"2683153","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"689","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"1000"}}]]   And that’s it. Easy peasy. From there, we hope you’ll also take time to react to posts that move you to do so and be sure to tell us when we’re doing something you like or dislike. If you have news, photos or video to share, feel free to message our page directly. Happy browsing, news hounds!If you like using your Facebook News Feed for news, you might like this helpful guide. Recently, Facebook announced that they will give higher priority in your News Feed to posts and announcements from people you know, like friends and family. In doing so, they will also push content from pages you like further down in your News Feed. That means that news from sources like Inforum will show up less often. If you depend on Facebook to deliver your news, that might not be the news you want to hear. But there is a way to guarantee that you see this news, and all it takes is a moment and a couple of clicks/taps. First, go to the page you’d like to prioritize (we’ll use the West Central Tribune Facebook page as a handy example): [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_original","fid":"2683158","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"438","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"1000"}}]]   (If you haven’t liked the page, first do that by clicking the middle button on the bottom right of the page header.) Then, locate and click the little arrow on the right of the button marked “Liked.” You’ll see options for “In your News Feed” and “Notifications.” The “In your News Feed” option will be set to “Default.” If you change that to “See first,” you’ll see the most recent posts from that page each time you log in to Facebook:       If you really don’t want to miss anything, you can also turn on Notifications for that page, meaning you’ll get periodic notifications of new content. You’ll see a maximum of five notifications a day. Either of these options can be customized by clicking on the pencil icon on the right side of the drop-down menu: [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_original","fid":"2683149","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"559","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"1000"}}]]  
  And that’s it. Easy peasy. From there, we hope you’ll also take time to react to posts that move you to do so and be sure to tell us when we’re doing something you like or dislike. If you have news, photos or video to share, feel free to message our page directly. Happy browsing, news hounds!If you like using your Facebook News Feed for news, you might like this helpful guide.Recently, Facebook announced that they will give higher priority in your News Feed to posts and announcements from people you know, like friends and family. In doing so, they will also push content from pages you like further down in your News Feed.That means that news from sources like Inforum will show up less often. If you depend on Facebook to deliver your news, that might not be the news you want to hear.But there is a way to guarantee that you see this news, and all it takes is a moment and a couple of clicks/taps.First, go to the page you’d like to prioritize (we’ll use the West Central Tribune Facebook page as a handy example):
 (If you haven’t liked the page, first do that by clicking the middle button on the bottom right of the page header.)Then, locate and click the little arrow on the right of the button marked “Liked.” You’ll see options for “In your News Feed” and “Notifications.”The “In your News Feed” option will be set to “Default.” If you change that to “See first,” you’ll see the most recent posts from that page each time you log in to Facebook:   If you really don’t want to miss anything, you can also turn on Notifications for that page, meaning you’ll get periodic notifications of new content. You’ll see a maximum of five notifications a day.Either of these options can be customized by clicking on the pencil icon on the right side of the drop-down menu:[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_original","fid":"2683149","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"559","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"1000"}}]] [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_original","fid":"2683153","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"689","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"1000"}}]] And that’s it. Easy peasy. From there, we hope you’ll also take time to react to posts that move you to do so and be sure to tell us when we’re doing something you like or dislike. If you have news, photos or video to share, feel free to message our page directly.Happy browsing, news hounds!If you like using your Facebook News Feed for news, you might like this helpful guide.Recently, Facebook announced that they will give higher priority in your News Feed to posts and announcements from people you know, like friends and family. In doing so, they will also push content from pages you like further down in your News Feed.That means that news from sources like Inforum will show up less often. If you depend on Facebook to deliver your news, that might not be the news you want to hear.But there is a way to guarantee that you see this news, and all it takes is a moment and a couple of clicks/taps.First, go to the page you’d like to prioritize (we’ll use the West Central Tribune Facebook page as a handy example):[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_original","fid":"2683158","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"438","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"1000"}}]] (If you haven’t liked the page, first do that by clicking the middle button on the bottom right of the page header.)Then, locate and click the little arrow on the right of the button marked “Liked.” You’ll see options for “In your News Feed” and “Notifications.”The “In your News Feed” option will be set to “Default.” If you change that to “See first,” you’ll see the most recent posts from that page each time you log in to Facebook:   If you really don’t want to miss anything, you can also turn on Notifications for that page, meaning you’ll get periodic notifications of new content. You’ll see a maximum of five notifications a day.Either of these options can be customized by clicking on the pencil icon on the right side of the drop-down menu:
 [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_original","fid":"2683153","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"689","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"1000"}}]] And that’s it. Easy peasy. From there, we hope you’ll also take time to react to posts that move you to do so and be sure to tell us when we’re doing something you like or dislike. If you have news, photos or video to share, feel free to message our page directly.Happy browsing, news hounds!If you like using your Facebook News Feed for news, you might like this helpful guide.Recently, Facebook announced that they will give higher priority in your News Feed to posts and announcements from people you know, like friends and family. In doing so, they will also push content from pages you like further down in your News Feed.That means that news from sources like Inforum will show up less often. If you depend on Facebook to deliver your news, that might not be the news you want to hear.But there is a way to guarantee that you see this news, and all it takes is a moment and a couple of clicks/taps.First, go to the page you’d like to prioritize (we’ll use the West Central Tribune Facebook page as a handy example):[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_original","fid":"2683158","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"438","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"1000"}}]] (If you haven’t liked the page, first do that by clicking the middle button on the bottom right of the page header.)Then, locate and click the little arrow on the right of the button marked “Liked.” You’ll see options for “In your News Feed” and “Notifications.”The “In your News Feed” option will be set to “Default.” If you change that to “See first,” you’ll see the most recent posts from that page each time you log in to Facebook:   If you really don’t want to miss anything, you can also turn on Notifications for that page, meaning you’ll get periodic notifications of new content. You’ll see a maximum of five notifications a day.Either of these options can be customized by clicking on the pencil icon on the right side of the drop-down menu:[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_original","fid":"2683149","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"559","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"1000"}}]] 
 And that’s it. Easy peasy. From there, we hope you’ll also take time to react to posts that move you to do so and be sure to tell us when we’re doing something you like or dislike. If you have news, photos or video to share, feel free to message our page directly.Happy browsing, news hounds!

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