However, I did so whilst my Facebook account was still linked to my Spotify account.
Facebook’s News Feed is the company’s crown jewel, and it’s very particular about how people interact with it.
Users can select a “Most Recent” tab to show posts as they appear, but the setting stubbornly switches back to Facebook’s algorithmically-driven feed after a certain amount of time.
A common gripe about the News Feed, though, is that there’s no way to consistently view it in chronological order.
Today, we’re announcing an update to News Feed that helps you see more posts from your friends and family. When we launched News Feed in 2006, it was hard to imagine the challenge we now face: far too much information for any one person to consume.
In the decade since, more than a billion people have joined Facebook, and today they share a flood of stories every day.
Mike Gingerich, of Tab Site, reports similar issues: Mike has the most recent version of the Facebook news feed. If 4 million people aren't seeing posts in their news feed, Facebook may be concerned about how this bug might impact advertising revenue. I reported the bug to Facebook, but I'm skeptical I'll get a reply.
That's millions of eyes not seeing Sponsored Stories & other ads. And finding bugs or other "known issues" in Facebook's Help Center is not exactly easy.