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Just when you were starting to get used to the way Facebook shows your News Feed, it’s time for another shake-up.

This time, the social media mogul is updating the feed to highlight links to sites it thinks you’ll spend more time looking at.

Haber Kaynağı'yla ilgili sık karşılaşılan sorunları aşağıda görebilirsiniz.

Haber Kaynağınızda takip ettiğiniz kişilerin ve Sayfaların güncellemelerinin görünmesi gerekir.

As part of an ongoing survey, we asked hundreds of thousands of people how they feel about the content in their News Feeds.

People told us they wanted to see more stories from friends and Pages they care about, and less promotional content.

As more users and companies not only join Facebook, but increasingly post and like more content, the social network’s main hub becomes more and more overloaded.

Kötüye Kullanımı Şikayet Etme Facebook ile İlgili Bir Sorunu Bildirme Bir Gizlilik İhlalini Bildirme Başkasının Eline Geçen ve Sahte Hesaplar Vefat Eden Bir Kişinin Hesabını Yönetme Kimliğinizi Yükleme Telif HakkıTicari Marka Hakkıİlkelerimiz Hakkında Haber Kaynağınızın düzgün şekilde çalışmaması can sıkıcı olabilir.

Haber Kaynağı'nı geliştirmek için çok çalışıyoruz ve görüşleriniz bize yardımcı olacaktır.

When people see content that’s relevant to them, they’re more likely to be engaged with News Feed, including stories from businesses.

That’s why we often look to people on Facebook to tell us how we can improve.

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One of the main reasons people come to Facebook is to see what’s happening in their News Feeds.

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