Is your Facebook news feed cluttered with a multitude of posts from pages you’ve subscribed to? Here’s the trick to unsubscribing from pages you no longer want to follow.
HOW TO UNSUBSCRIBE FROM PAGES THAT YOU NO LONGER WANT TO FOLLOW?
If Facebook becomes more and more often our main, see our only way to get information, we do not always pay attention to the number of pages to which we are subscribed. And here is our news feed drowned in the flood of articles that do not necessarily interest us. Here’s how to clean up quickly.
First of all, you have to go to this page where you will find all the pages that you have “liked”: https://www.facebook.com/pages/?category=liked . Please note that this does not work on applications. You have to go through your web browser.
Then just click at the top right on the “Start” button in the “Check liked pages” window. A new window will open. You can then select the pages you want to delete. Quick tip, you can sort this list (I found 257 subscriptions to pages on my profile!) To determine which ones you interact with the most. To do this, at the top of the window that opened, click on “All pages” and choose the “Interaction date” submenu.
Finally, when you have finished selecting the unwanted pages, you click on the “Next” button. at the bottom of the window. Facebook will ask you if you really want to unsubscribe. You confirm and it’s over, the cleaning is done!