Difference Between Facebook Homepage and Facebook Newsfeed
Facebook Home Page
Your home page is what you see when you log into Facebook. It includes your News Feed, the constantly updating list of posts from your friends, groups you’re in, Pages you follow, and more.
News Feed is the constantly updating list of stories in the middle of your home page. News Feed includes status updates, photos, videos, links, app activity, and likes from people, Pages, and groups that you follow on Facebook.
Now that you have known the differences between your homepage and newsfeed, How can you view and adjust your Facebook News Feed preferences?
How To view and adjust Your Facebook News Feed preferences
Your News Feed preferences help you control what you see on your News Feed.
To view your News Feed preferences:
- Click in the top right of Facebook.
- Select Settings and Privacy > News Feed Preferences.
- To adjust your News Feed preferences:
- Click See First to make posts from people or Pages appear at the top of your News Feed.
- Click Unfollow to unfollow a person, Page or group.
- Click Reconnect to follow a person, Page or group that you unfollowed in the past.
How To hide a post that appears in Your Facebook News Feed
To hide a post in your News Feed, click the three dots in the top right of the post and select one of the following options:
- Hide post: Hides a single post and gives you the option to see fewer posts from a specific person, Page or group.
- Snooze [Name] for 30 days: Temporarily hides all posts from a specific person, Page or group without unfriending them.
- Unfollow [Name]: Hides all posts from a specific person, Page or group without unfriending them.