How to keep 'The Jerusalem Post' in your Facebook News Feed

The latest changes to Facebook's News Feed and how you can stay on top of Middle East news from "The Jerusalem Post."

January 28, 2018 20:35

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Facebook recently announced a major update to the News Feed algorithm. This means that you might not see articles from The Jerusalem Post as easily, or at all.

Don't worry! We've put together 4 steps for you to see the very latest from us:
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2.      If you haven't liked us, click "like." Now's the time!
3.      Select the "following" button.
4.      Then click "See First."

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