Let's be honest. Seeing every detail of everyone's personal lives pop up on your Facebook feed can get a bit exhausting, especially from people that you haven't talked to in years (that one girl who keeps talking about her break-up, for example).
Now, Facebook has a solution for that, which also doubles as a win for subtle Facebook stalkers everywhere. The social networking site has released a feature that lets you choose the people you want to see at the top of your feed.
So, now you can get the updates from the people you really keep in touch with – and the guy you've low key been crushing on too.
Here's how it works: Go to the dropdown Menu or More section of Facebook, then click on News Feed Preferences. From there, you can give blue stars to the people and pages you visit the most. Of course, don't forget to put one of those cute blue stars next to Cambio's page.
The new feature also lets you see who you've unfollowed in the past. If you've let that grudge go – or just want to reconnect – it makes it easier to follow them again.
The updates to your News Feed Preferences will be available today on iOS and will roll out on Android and desktop in the coming weeks. So, if you don't see it yet, don't freak out. It's coming.