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Hello there how you doing, Jo Barnes here! I just wanted to talk to you about how to
organise your newsfeed. Obviously when you come in you click on the 'Home' button then
you get kind of everything that's happening with all of your friends and all that kind
of stuff, sponsored postings, etc. All down here on the newsfeed, and it's pretty noisy.
There's a lot going on there and it can also be incredibly distracting especially if you
poppin on to Facebook to do a bit of research or hear from the people that you enjoy receiving
their content the most. So, the way I like to do it is I like to setup 'Interest List'.
So if I come over here to the left hand side and I click on this one, here - this is called
Marketing and Social Media News and in here I've only got the people that I really want
to receive their content in my newsfeed. So now all of a sudden I'm completely organising
the stuff that I want to see when I login to Facebook. And these are super super easy
to setup your 'Interest Lists'. All you have to do is come down here on the left hand side,
okay, click on this little 'More' button down here and you'll see 'Interests', click on
'More' again and then up here, you click on 'Create List'. Just press on that little button
there and then you can go in and you can start to select 'Pages' that you have liked, 'People'
that you are following, or even 'Friends' and you can go and select these guys, if I
just go and select these top ones here for a minute just to show you, and click on 'Next'.
Name your list, decide whether it's gonna be public or private, okay. So you can decide
only you will see your list or you can go and share it with other people if you feel
that they're gonna be interested in that list as well, and click 'Done'. And "boom!" there
is your 'Interest List' and now when you logon to Facebook, rather than clicking on that
'Home' button and getting all that noise in your feed, you can completely organise your
newsfeed and click on your 'Interest List' over here on the left hand side and see only
that, that you want to see. That's it! Have a great day! (Music)