How to See Your Entire Facebook News Feed, Not Just the Stuff Facebook Wants You to See
Remember the good old days, when you saw all of your friends’ awesome and ridiculous status updates and Facebook activities? Those days seem to have disappeared, giving way to a limited news feed cluttered more with sponsored posts than the stuff your friends are up to – or have they?
Recent history in the world of the Facebook news feed has been a limited affair. Scottish developer Tom Waddington discovered a secret link that breaks that historical trend and allows you to see everything that all of your friends and liked fan pages have posted.
To see your entire Facebook news feed, unfiltered, make sure you’re signed in to Facebook and click this link: https://www.facebook.com/?sk=nf_all. I’m sure Facebook was hiding this feature for a reason, so check it out and see what you’ve been missing before it is disabled.
One way to be sure to see posts from your favorite friends, celebrities, or other things you like (such as MIX 108’s Facebook page); you can opt to see posts in your news feed by visiting the page you want updates from and following, clicking the “Liked” or “Friends” button and select “Show in News Feed” as illustrated below.