Facebook has introduced a new feature that lets you control who can comment on your posts when shared in the public News Feed.
Facebook is changing its News Feed algorithm again - this time to prioritize original news reporting and transparent authorship.
Facebook made two ranking updates last month that target and reduce the reach of posts that make exaggerated or sensational health claims.
Facebook is once again tweaking its News Feed algorithm - this time to further prioritise original videos that people seek out.
Facebook is introducing "Why am I seeing this post," to help you understand why you're seeing something, and more easily control what you see in the future.
As part of its fight against "coordinated inauthentic behaviour," Facebook is removing hundreds of spam accounts spreading clickbait to bring traffic to ad farms.
You may have heard the rumours that Instagram might be bringing back its chronological feed. It would be nice if it was true. But it isn't.
Facebook's latest algorithm change showed the world how dependent on social platforms marketers, publishers, and business owners, have become. We are not in control; they are. They can change the rules of the game at …
After throwing a News Feed bombshell to publishers earlier this month, Facebook will now start prioritising local publishers, rewarding them with higher rankings in the News Feed.
Almost every single News Feed tweak during the past couple of years has had the very same justification behind it; “bringing people closer together.” So what is the fuss all about?
Facebook announced several updates to video distribution and monetisation. Videos from Pages with strong repeat viewership will be favoured by News Feed.
A sure-shot sign that a story you see on your News Feed is fake, could be the lack of other sources to support it. This is why Facebook started showing you Related Articles back in April. The …