Facebook will now let you see posts in chronological order


Facebook, like many other social media platforms like Reddit, Twitter, and Instagram, display a feed that is sorted based on posts it thinks you like and have interacted the most with. While this is great for discovering new content, it can be hard to keep up with friends and family whose posts might get buried way, way down the list.

The good news is that in an announcement by Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg, he has revealed that Facebook will now be introducing a new section on its mobile app called “Feeds” where users will be able to browse content in a chronological order. According to Zuckerberg:

“One of the most requested features for Facebook is to make sure people don’t miss friends’ posts. So today we’re launching a Feeds tab where you can see posts from your friends, groups, Pages and more separately in chronological order.”

In a more detailed post on Facebook, it seems that users will have two different feeds to choose from. By default, the app will open up in the “Home” section which is the Facebook we all know and use today, but if users want to view chronological content from people they’re connected with, like friends and family, they can tap the “Feeds” section and view it there.

Facebook notes that the changes and introduction of the “Feeds” tab will be rolling out globally over the next week, so if you don’t see it in your app yet, not to worry as it will eventually make its way to you.

Source: Facebook

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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