Facebook page admins hate how only a fraction of their fanbase will see their posts. In October, Facebook allowed users the ability to get a notification whenever a page makes a post, offering people to stay connected to the pages they care about most.
Now some users are seeing a prompt to receive notifications from a page after they like it. Right after clicking the like button, a box popped up asking if the user wanted to get notifications from the page.
It’s unlikely that most users know about the ability to get notifications from pages, so this seems like a way for Facebook to make better connections between users and pages. With the “get notifications” feature, a user will get a notification each time that page makes a post. To activate this feature for pages that have already been liked, simply click or mouse over the like button to toggle notifications on or off. The default setting is for notifications to be off.
- Facebook Wants to Tell You How Many Stories You Missed
- Facebook Tests Push Notifications on iOS App That Reminds You to Post
This article was originally published on Inside Facebook
More from Facebook
Facebook is launching several new features to help Group admins keep their groups safe and manage them more effectively.
In the US, Facebook is expanding the scope of Marketplace to help people find the right professional, starting with home …