• Tuesday, October 16, 2018
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Looking for more Honolulu Star-Advertiser headlines in your Facebook feed? Here’s how

  • JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Recent changes to Facebook have resulted in some users seeing less posts from local news outlets like the Star-Advertiser. The good news? It’s easy to change your Facebook settings to make sure you’re seeing our latest updates.

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    Recent changes to Facebook have resulted in some users seeing less posts from local news outlets like the Star-Advertiser. The good news? It’s easy to change your Facebook settings to make sure you’re seeing our latest updates.

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With so many ways to keep up with the Honolulu Star-Advertiser when you’re on the go, how you choose to access your news online is a personal preference.

Some people enjoy the experience of the newly updated Star-Advertiser mobile app, available for both iPhone and Android users. Others depend on the newspaper’s online edition via a traditional web browser. And some readers prefer to get headlines via social media like Facebook.

Recent changes to Facebook, however, have resulted in some users seeing fewer posts from local news outlets like the Star-Advertiser.

The good news? It’s easy to change your Facebook settings to make sure you’re seeing our latest updates.

Here’s how:

FACEBOOK ON DESKTOP

  1. Go to the Star-Advertiser Facebook page and click the “Like” button.
  2. Click on the “Following” button.
  3. Select “See First” under “In Your News Feed.”
  4. On the “Following” tab, click the pencil icon next to “Notifications,” then select “Standard” to see everything posted by the Star-Advertiser on Facebook.

FACEBOOK ON MOBILE

  1. Go to the Star-Advertiser Facebook page (type “Honolulu Star-Advertiser” in the search bar) and click the “Like” button.
  2. Click on the “Following” button.
  3. Click on the “See First” button under “In Your News Feed.”
  4. Click on “Notifications Settings.”
  5. Select “Standard” to see everything posted by the Star-Advertiser on Facebook.

If you’re also a fan of Crave, the Star-Advertiser’s weekly food and drink section, head over to the Crave Facebook page and repeat the steps above to make sure you keep seeing the latest on Hawaii’s dining scene, too.

Need help? Send us a message on Facebook.

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