Facebook's new features make now a good time to check your settings to ensure you're seeing the posts you want. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Sharon Profis has some tips to help you clean up your News Feed and pictures.
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Facebook doesn't have a lot of keyboard shortcuts, but the few that are available are useful, especially the News Feed navigation shortcuts.
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Social network is tinkering with an unfiltered News Feed and changes to its "Like" button, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Make sure you're getting the updates you want--and hiding the ones you don't--with these handy Facebook tweaks.
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