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#1 TheSentinel


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Posted 11 March 2012 - 07:12 AM

A Guide to Using Facebook's New 'Interest Lists'

By Kristin Burnham, CIO Mar 10, 2012 4:07 pm

Facebook rolled out a new feature on Thursday called "Interest Lists," an aggregation tool that turns Facebook into a social, personalized feed for topics that you find interesting: tech news, sports, entertainment and more.

Facebook's Interest Lists are similar to Twitter lists: They're created and curated by users, and, like Twitter lists, you need to subscribe to follow them. When you subscribe on Facebook, the most popular updates from the list will appear in your News Feed, but the majority will appear only in a new section on the left-side navigation under the "Interests" subhead.

To get started with Interest Lists, visit facebook.com/addlist. Use the search bar to enter a topic, and then click on the name of the list to browse it. You'll be able to see who has created the list, the people and pages included in it, and its most recent posts.

See here for more: http://www.pcworld.c....html#tk.hp_new