Seven Steps to Find Facebook Pages You “Liked”
Post Planner ran a great blog post today about a trick that helps you make sure you don’t miss page post updates from pages you “liked” on Facebook. With changes to the social media site’s algorithm decreasing reach, this tweak can keep you in the know.
The only problem is that most people don’t know how to see which pages they liked. It took me 20 minutes and many failed attempts to figure out where the heck all of those pages I liked yesterday or back in the late 2000s. It’s not simple, but it is doable.
Here are your seven steps to finding pages you “liked” on Facebook so that you can actually here what they have to say.
1. Start on your personal Facebook page.
2. Click Update Info on the timeline image.
3. Click the pencil icon on the righthand side and choose “Manage Selections.”
4.Make sure “Likes” is listed in this checklist. And while you’re at it, select any other topics or apps you would like to see regularly. These are the areas you will be able to easily access on the next page.
5. Back on your personal profile, click “More” in the menu, and select “Likes.”
6.The pages you have liked in the past are listed under the last tab on the menu, called “Other Likes.” Once you click that selection, your liked pages will be listed beneath the first row - Facebook’s list of pages you might also like.
7. Hover over the “Liked” button and select “Get notifications” to be alerted when the page updates its feed.
This tweak should make posts from that page appear in your newsfeed more regularly, but keep in mind it also means you will receive an alert in your notification tab on the upper righthand side of your page.