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Hidden Posts keep reappearing at Facebook

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by bobkatbf, Jun 17, 2012.

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  1. bobkatbf

    bobkatbf Thread Starter

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    Hidden Posts keep reappearing at Facebook


    I am SICK & TIRED of hiding posts on my newsfeed!!
    I hid 30 posts & then they reappear again & again! WHY?
     
  2. xenosaga01

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    They are either being reposted by whoever you are subscribed too, or you need to unsubscibe from the posts or user who is posting them.
     
  3. bobkatbf

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    The posts that I am referring to are ones that I read from friends on my news feed.
    Sally may post that she is eating at Olive Garden.Then I read it & go to HIDE STORY because I was interested only the first time she posted that. So that is why I click on HIDE STORY & then later it often reappears.
     
  4. mlindfan

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    I'm having the same problem and keep reporting it to Facebook, but they are no help.
     
  5. dlsayremn

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    That is a Facebook programming problem, not much we can do.
     
  6. bobkatbf

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    Why would Facebook want to program it that way ?
     
  7. dlsayremn

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    Didn't say they wanted it that way, but mistakes and errors happen.
     
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