You might have noticed that I’m not the most up to date on social networks like Facebook and Twitter. I’m there, but it’s hard to be everywhere at once, and I’ve chosen to focus on the Chief Family Officer homepage as the best way to help you save money and achieve your goals. However, even I have noticed the changes at Facebook. They’ve been going back and forth with various changes, and that’s messing with what you see automatically in your news feed.
So . . . in order to go back to the way things were, you need to click on the “News Feed” link at the top left:
Then look for the “Sort” option at the middle top of the page:
Click on “Sort” and choose “Recent Stories First” – that should ensure you get CFO’s updates in a timely fashion.
I really like Facebook for time-sensitive updates, and brief updates about my shopping trips. It’s an easy way to share this information without cluttering the main Chief Family Officer site. So don’t forget to “like” the Chief Family Officer Facebook page.