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Ways to clean up your Facebook News FeedFacebook'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.
[NOISE] [MUSIC] If you're seeing too many unwanted post from a friend, there is an easy way to avoid them without un-friending. Go to their profile page and look for a button that says following, click it and the user will no longer show up in your news feed and they'll never know you hid their post. A new scrapbook feature helps you collect photos you post of pets or kids. Turn it on from your profile page by clicking About, then Family and Relationships, and Get Started. Add your child or pet's name and select Create Scrapbook Now, you can Tag the [UNKNOWN] your photos, and Facebook will automatically put them in one place. Finally, Facebook's newest feature let you decide which friends and pages to show up at the top of your News Feed. Just had your Facebook App, and the bottom right hand in the corner click More > Settings > News Feed Preferences. Here it taps the friends or pages you wanna see most. In San Francisco, I'm Sharon Profis, cnet.com for CBS News.