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Facebook Most Recent

Posted by terrepruitt on August 15, 2018

Ok, so it is not all about Facebook, but you know how it is (well, maybe you know how it is) when you are looking into something about a subject other things similar come up? I was on Facebook the other day looking into the Legacy Contact thing and I was annoyed about the “top stories”. Why won’t Facebook just allow us to set “most recent” as the default and just let it be permanent? Why does it default back to “top stories”? So frustrating especially since Facebook is the one that decides what is “top” and what is not. They are the ones that force the feed. Well, I Googled it and a post came up that had a suggestion on how to see the top stories – permanently. Unfortunately it only works on a computer — well you can do it on a mobile device, but it doesn’t work on the application that Facebook has.

Dance Exercise, Nia, Nia in the City of San Jose, Nia classes in the South Bay, Nia Teacher, Nia Class, San Jose Nia, Nia San Jose, Nia workout, Nia, Gentle Yoga, Group Ex classes, YMCA, Zumba, Nia Technique, SJ City Fit, SJCityFit, City of San Jose Exercise ClassesSo the blog says to use this:  https://www.facebook.com/?sk=h_chr  URL instead of Facebook.com.  I don’t see a date on the post – that always annoys me, but since I figure blog writers want their readers to know the dates of the post, I just assume I can’t see it. The first comment is dated November 2016. So the post is at least that old.

The way this is a permanent solution is that you always have to log on to Facebook through that URL. That way it will always show you the most recent.

Again, this will work through a browser, so if you want to use a browser instead of an application to access Facebook use that URL. But it won’t work with the applications made for the mobile devices. I was able to change the URL in my “Top Sites” in my browser and bookmark it. I do access Facebook from my computer a lot, not as much as my phone, but I do use my computer.

Interesting, yes?  I think so.  Anyone still use a browser to log onto Facebook?

2 Responses to “Facebook Most Recent”

  1. Facebook continues to confound me! Honestly, if I didn’t post links to my blog on it, I think I’d get off.

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    • Yes. Facebook is completely confounding!!! I love that I get to be “connected” to people I wouldn’t normally talk to, though. I mean, it is difficult enough for me to keep in touch with my close friends – sometimes we don’t talk on the phone or text for days – so there are many friends that I wouldn’t be able to keep in contact with if it weren’t for FB. But with all the ads and people that don’t post original content I sometimes want to leave too!

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