Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) has recently launched a new dedicated Pages Feed section which shows content from all the pages that you follow/like. This new section is slowly rolling out to users and it will appear in the left sidebar of your Facebook page. You can also access it directly from this link as well.
Your regular news feed will continue working as it is but those of you who want to see feeds from just pages, then they will find this new section very useful.
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TheNextWeb reports that “Your News Feed is the place where you’re going to be able to find the most engaging content. The Pages Feed is for all the other interesting content you might want to read from Pages that you like or subscribe to.” Facebook has talked about the algorithm that it uses to display content to users at its monthly whiteboarding session.
For now, brands that have Pages on Facebook won’t be able to find how engaging their posts are through this new Pages Feed section. There’s no way that the Page admin can know whether a post has been seen in a user’s News Feed or if it’s been demoted to the Pages Feed. Currently this is not a part of the Pages Insight feature. Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) uses its own algorithm to decide which content will be shown to the news feed and which content will be shown in the Pages Feed section. Facebook says that they are improving the algorithm in order to help bring the right content to the user.
Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) users were demanding a separate section for reading feeds from Pages and it seems that their wish has finally come true. Now we have a dedicated section to browse feeds from our favorite pages.
This new section is currently rolling out to all users and you will be able to see it soon.