All of us have at least one person on our Facebook friends list that does the following:
-Revealing too much information about their life.
-Constantly complaining about everything.
-Posting too many memes.
-Talking crap about an acquaintance/family member.
It can be rather tiresome to come onto Facebook and see the drama spewing forth from their end of the internet. While you do not want to be rude and delete the person, you also do not want to get stuck seeing their business everyday. So, what is a person to do?
I found, by accident, that you can "unfollow" a person without "unfriending" them.
By "unfollowing" a person, you will only see the information that they share publicly (it will have the world symbol next to the time the submitted their post).
To "unfollow" a person, simply go to the person's profile and click "following (the button is located on the cover photo)." You will see a drop down menu. Choose "unfollow."
From this point forth, you will only see their publicly shared posts.
If they post all their business for the entire site to see, you will have to make a judgment call.
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