Facebook is a great way to keep up with the rest of the world. In fact, I get the best news and updates on Facebook next to my favorite RSS reader. I’d even go as far as to suggest that you “like” our Ubergizmo Facebook page to keep up with the latest gadget and technology news. But I admit that the mixture of status updates from my friends and the news feeds from the pages that I’ve liked are sometimes obnoxious. But that might change soon. According to Inside Facebook, the social networking service is beginning to test a new “Pages Feed” feature that will display all the updates from the pages that a user has liked in a single stream.
A few users who took part in the tests said that they were able to access the new Pages Feed feature through a link found in the bookmarks sidebar, which is located on the left corner, but added that they were still able to view page posts on the main thread. One user even found out that the Pages Feed can be accessed directly through this link. So far, Facebook has yet to confirm the reports. “We’re always testing new features, but have nothing further to share right now,” Facebook said in a statement.
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