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#153713 5-Oct-2014 20:13
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I don't know what category to put this in, so please forgive me if its in the wrong one

I have a problem with Facebook - in my main page (news feed?) it always has heaps of other pages that I can 'like' - these are pages that some of my friends obviously like. How do I stop all these pages from appearing in my news feed?
All I want to see is the posts from my friends - not posts from different pages that they 'like'

I can click on the arrow to not receive anymore posts from xyz page, but I wondered if there is a way to stop these pages appearing in my news feed

thanks in advance! 




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  #1147863 5-Oct-2014 20:28
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You should try clicking "like" on all those posts .. maybe that's all they want they'll go away ?

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  #1147877 5-Oct-2014 20:50
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Moved to correct subforum...

You will have to learn to live with what Facebook is trying to shove down your throat.






 

 

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  #1147883 5-Oct-2014 20:57
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freitasm: Moved to correct subforum...

You will have to learn to live with what Facebook is trying to shove down your throat.




thanks - I thought so...... @#$%&* Facebook!


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  #1147884 5-Oct-2014 20:58
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You could try http://www.fbpurity.com/

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