Today Facebook is rolling out a new feature that will give you more control over what you posts you see in your News Feed. You'll now see a list of the top people and pages in your feed, and you'll be given a one-click option to unfollow them if you chose to do so. You can also choose a filtered view for a specific person, group, or page, or hide the dialog completely if you like things the way they are.
With this new addition, you'll have more control over what posts you see in your News Feed. If you aren't into seeing posts from a specific friend, just unfollow them and be done with it — you can always "reconnect" with them at a later time. Facebook will still try to learn your habits to better cater the feed to you as well, but things won't always be perfect.
The new feature is rolling out today on mobile and desktop.
Is this a welcome Facebooking feature? Or do you like things the way they are?
Source: The Next Web
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