Click in the top right of Facebook. Click Settings & Privacy, then click News Feed Preferences. Select Snooze.
Can I turn off my news feed on Facebook?
Good news: You can disable Facebook live notifications with a few clicks. Under Settings go to Notifications, scroll down to Video and click to expand the drop-down and choose “off.” You can also control notifications about tags, birthdays, people you may know, marketplace, and more here.
How do I make my Facebook News Feed private?
Tap in the top right of Facebook, then tap your name.
- Scroll down to the post you want to edit.
- Tap in the top right of the post and select Edit Privacy.
- Select a new audience from the options that appear (example: Public, Friends, Only Me).
How do I hide posts from news feed?
Open Facebook on the desktop or in the app and navigate to your News Feed. Go to the post you don’t want to see. Select the three dots that appear in the top right corner of the post. On the menu that appears, tap Hide post.
Can people see your newsfeed on Facebook?
YOUR NEWS FEED
So everyone who is your friend most likely won’t see every single one of your Facebook posts on their news feed.
How do I post on my timeline but not my newsfeed?
When you begin writing a status update in the box at the top of the News Feed, you’ll see a new check box for Hide From Your Timeline. Check the box and your status update will be posted to the News Feed while bypassing your Timeline.
What is the difference between news feed and timeline on Facebook?
The newsfeed is a stream of your friends Facebook activities. Your wall (aka Timeline) is your own list of activities you have carried out on Facebook.
What is the difference between sharing to news feed and sharing to friends?
Select your sharing option. Share now (Friends): Immediately shares the post to your timeline without adding any text. Share to News Feed: Opens the post in a new window, allows you to add additional text to your message.
Do Facebook friends see when you like a page?
They cannot see your friends’ posts or other pages you’ve liked (unless that information is public on your profile, and they physically go look for that information). All a Page manager can really see is that you’ve liked their Page.