We’ve all seen the annoying Facebook clickbait. It comes with headlines such as, “They All Laughed When He Sat Down At The Piano – But You’ll Never Guess What Happened Next!”
Online publications use these titles precisely because they work so well, but we all know that there’s seldom anything useful behind the click. Usually it’s just another time-waster that burns a hole in your day.
But Facebook has a built-in way for you to avoid ever seeing those posts again. And the best part is that you don’t have to unfriend people to make it happen.
Let’s say you don’t want to see content from ViralNova anymore because it’s never useful. Just click the little down-arrow next to the post, and click to hide all articles from ViralNova.
This will prevent you from seeing ViralNova articles posted by any of your friends. You’ll still see the rest of what your friends put on Facebook, though.
Here’s what I’m talking about:
You can do this for any many sources as you’d like – from BuzzFeed to SomeECards to political sites and more.
Don’t like it? No need to see it!
And with that out of the way, your Facebook feed can become more interesting and useful for you.