The Facebook 10.0 update for iPhone and iPad has removed the Most Recent Newsfeed from its previous, easy to find position right at the top of the main screen. This has led to a burst of confusion and consternation and yes, a lot of questions. The good news is that the Most Recent Newsfeed isn't gone, it's just been buried. Here's how to find it!
- Launch Facebook for iPhone or iPad
- Tap the More tab at the bottom right
- Scroll down to the Feeds section (which includes Close Friends tab)
- Tap the > to the right off Feeds to expand the section
- Tap on Most Recent
From one tap to three in one update flat! No doubt Facebook has its reasons for exiling the Most Recent feeds to the sidebar, but no doubt those who make frequent use of it will be less than thrilled and let Facebook know all about it.
So, if you feel like venting, hit the comments!
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