There are a few little bits of information that may help you out while going through your Facebook feed.

Save links to read for later
Whenever there is a story that has been shared in your news feed, you will find a “Save” option in the drop-down menu under the top, right corner. According to Facebook, the “Save” option shows up for links, places, music, books, movifbes, TV shows and events.  However, it does not appear for  plain-text updates or photos. “Save” will also appear on pages. Click the “…” next to the Like, Follow, and Messages buttons at the top of the page. Once you have saved a story, you will find a new menu tab in the left sidebar of your homepage.  When you click the “Saved” button, you will be directed to a compete list of all the posts and pages you have saved.

Follow rather than friend
There is a way to follow someone and not be friends with them.  The same goes for others who want to follow you, but not friend you.  This feature does need to be turned on in the settings of your Facebook account. When you are on the profile page of someone who has this feature turned on, you’ll see a “Follow” button next to the “Add as Friend” button. When you follow someone, you see their posts in your news feed, just as you would when you become friends with someone. The big difference between friending and following is that there need not be a reciprocation from the other person. For example, if you want to see what someone is posting, but they haven’t accepted your friend request, you can follow instead.

Reorder your page sections
You can reorganize your page sections to meet your likings.  The “Posts to Page” shows up underneath your photos, but you  can change that if you want too. If you are an Admin on the Facebook page, you can rearrange the order of the sidebar elements. People and About always remain in the top two spots, but the remaining page sections can be dragged and dropped into any order that best suits you.

Quick Stats for Page Posts
I am sure you have seen the “(number of) people reached” note at the bottom of all your page posts. If you click on that number, you get some quick insights on the breakdown of likes, comments and shares, as well as how your post looks in the feed and which actions people took regarding the post.

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