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How to See “All Updates” in Facebook

Facebook has made many changes to their updates since their conception.  Some good, some bad.  The one that really bothered me was the inability to see every update of the pages that I had liked.  Even if I liked a page and wanted to get notified when they made a post, I was unable to because facebook filtered out what content I could see.

Boo.  Hiss.

How to See All Updates on the pages you like on facebook!

But that has changed now!  You can easily see all the updates to your favorite fan pages, and I will show you how to do it in 10 seconds flat.*

*Actual time varies.  Some folks people read fast.  Some folks read slow.  Some people skim and screw up the directions and have to go back and re-read.  And by some people I mean me.

Simply pull up the facebook page that you want to follow.

How to See ALL Updates in Facebook!

 

If you havent already, “like” the page.

How to get ALL updates in facebook!Let your mouse hover over the “liked” button, and this box will pop up.  Right under ‘Show in News Feed’ it says, “Settings”.

Click on “Settings”.

How to get ALL updates in facebook!

Once you click on “settings” you will be allowed to choose the frequency with which you view that pages updates.

How to get ALL updates in Facebook!

 

Choose “All Updates”.

And there you go!

Feel free to stop by the iambaker facebook page and choose the ‘all updates’ option.

Then we can hang out together the way we were meant too. :)

 

Comments

  1. says

    Hmm, having trouble doing that with my facebook blog page…for example I have my blog page and i’d like to see all the updates from other pages I have liked, it won’t let me adjust the settings. I can do it from my personal FB page though. I’ll play around with it some more to see if I can figure it out! (unless I’m missing something!)

  2. says

    Great little tutorial! Thanks for posting it. I shared it on my page. So few of the people that “like” my page actually see my posts. Facebook can be so frustrating sometimes.
    Also, I wanted to say I thought it was really sweet that instead of showing how to do it in the photos with your own page, you decided to highlight a newer blogger. That was so sweet of you! I’m off to adjust the settings on following your page, and like Carla’s Confections page too!

  3. Jo-Anne says

    Facebook has changed yet again. My pages that I like to view now have “like” “follow” “invite friends”. Under the like I can add the page to an interest group. Once I do that, I make sure I no longer show in my newsfeed and I set the interest group to be in my favorites. Thus allowing me to read my favorite food bloggers when I have time and not mixing them up in my daily news feeds from friends.

    I have created several different interest groups depending on my tastes. I spend an hour or so at night reading through posts. But I don’t miss any and my family/friends posts are always in my newsfeed.

  4. says

    I posted something similar the other day for my facebook fans. So frustrating that people have to jump through all of these hoops to be able to see the pages that they like, but, oh well. Hopefully, this fixes it! :)

  5. Jila says

    Interesting, but how do I get posts from a Facebook GROUP to show. There is no way to ‘Like’ the group page and I only get random group posts on my News Feed. I am a member of a dozen groups and want to show all new group postings on my feed so I don’t have to check individual groups all the time. Can this be done?

  6. Melanie S. says

    This is extremely helpful. I’ve shared this with all my Twitter followers to help them with their Facebook pages so they can ensure that they see all the posts from authors that they like. Very clear and the screenshots help.

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  1. [...] 4. If you “like” Brown Eyed Baker on Facebook (thank you!), but are missing updates, follow this super easy and quick tutorial (two clicks!) by I Am Baker to make sure all of the updates show up in your newsfeed and you don’t miss anything: How to See All Updates in Facebook. [...]

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