New ways for users to personalize their feed are being rolled out by Facebook. There will be new buttons on posts from the people and communities that you are connected to or on posts that are suggested to you. The new feature with reels will be tested by Facebook.

If you choose the show more option, it will increase the ranking score for that post and similar ones. You will be able to decrease its ranking score if you choose the show less option. The posts you see for 60 days are influenced by the choices you make. According to the company, it chose this time because people want these preferences to last for a few weeks, and also because Facebook wants to keep up with their changing preferences.

It's possible to hide posts from people you follow on Facebook. The company is making it easier to post from your friends.

Users will be shown the "Show less" and "Show more" options on a regular basis. Users will be able to access the buttons by tapping into the three-dot menu in the upper-right hand corner.

Facebook's new 'show less' and 'show more' feed options

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Facebook is testing new settings that will allow users to change the amount of content they see in their feed from their friends and family, Pages, and public figures. Users will be able to choose which posts they want to see. It's possible to see a lot of posts from your friends and family while not seeing a lot of posts from the pages and public figures you follow.

According to the company, features like these can help you discover more of the content that is valuable to you, so you can see more of what you don't. Direct feedback will be used to continually refine our approach.

It's possible that Facebook is looking to address complaints from users who say their feed is filled with too many posts that they're not interested in. Users should be given more control over the content in their feeds with the new user controls.

As its parent company Meta competes with TikTok, which is notorious for its game changing algorithm, it is likely that Facebook wants to better train its system to learn what posts and people want to see. The new controls for Facebook's short-form video product are likely to be used to get more people to watch it.

Facebook’s new ‘Feeds’ tab chronologically displays posts from your friends and groups