There has been a lot of talk/postings on Facebook about fans not seeing all of a page’s posts in their feed. Well I can tell you that I tested it and it’s true. Facebook has conveniently made that possible and efficiently solved that problem by offering admins the opportunity to pay to get your eyes back. No thanks. Here’s a better way to see all the posts from your favorite pages; Interest Lists.
Below I’ll show you step by step how to create one. Once you’re done, your lists will appear in the Interests section of your bookmarks. Simply click the list's name to see all the recent posts and activity from the Pages and people featured in the list, without overwhelming your main news feed.
Go to one of your favorite fan pages and hover over the like button. When you get the pull down menu select “New List.” A pop up window will automatically show that page and you just have to click "Next." Then name your list (here I named my list "Book Lovers Pages") and click “done.” Now the list should come up as an option whenever you hover over any like button. If you go to another page, you can hover over the like button and select that list to add to.
Now you are probably thinking it’s too much work to go to each page to add them to your list. Yes, there is an easier way to add more pages. One way is to simply hover over any fanpage name that appears in your regular feed. You should see the little pop-up window with the like button. Then hover over the like button and it will let you select your list there.
VIEWING YOUR LIST
To quickly add more pages to your list, look at the right side of your screen while on your list (screen shot above) Facebook will have suggested pages in a list and you can simply click "add" to put them on your list.
Interest lists are a good way to not only make sure you see all the posts from your favorite pages, it also keeps you organized and can save you time from filtering through excess posts.
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If you have problems with these instructions or with seeing the pictures, feel free to post below and I'll try to answer any questions.