How To View Most Recent News Feed In New Facebook App

They say that change is inevitable, and the old saying is certainly very true in the world of mobile apps. Apps such as Twitter, Facebook and so forth are regularly updated, and sooner or later some features get removed, some new features added, and sometimes the way users must access features is also changed. For example, if you’re on Facebook’s new iOS and Android app, then you’ll likely face difficulty in finding the “Most Recent” News Feed. You might even wonder if the feature is still available on Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB). Yes, this feature is still available in the app, but it’s just that Facebook loves playing with us, and has hidden access to it in a new location.

How to view “Most Recent” Newsfeed in Facebook app

Follow the quick and easy steps described below to view your Facebook account in “Most Recent” mode.

  1. Launch Facebook on your Android, iPhone or iPad.
  2. Tap on the More button in the app.
  3. Scroll down to the Feeds section that starts with “Close Friends.”
  4. You’ll now notice “Most Recent.” Tap on it to view your Most Recent News Feed items.

Many people have wondered why Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) would change the location of a popular option like “Most Recent News Feed”. Those who enjoy chronological viewing of their Many people have wondered why Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) would change the location of a popular option like “Most Recent News Feed”.Facebook posts most definitely do not like this annoying change, but thankfully, the option is still there, and with a few taps, you can still find the Most Recent News Feed option.

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