A couple of weeks ago, Facebook launched the “See First” feature. It was a somewhat surprising move, a concession that they don’t always know what users want to see most.
Facebook is giving users the ability to select the friends and pages they want to see first, at the top of their News Feed.
The primary way to do this will be via the mobile app. After clicking the “More” button at the bottom right in the main menu, select “News Feed Preferences.”
That will take you to this new, bright and happy crab who wants to give you control of your News Feed…
Click the first option for “Prioritize who to see first.”
Then you go through and select any of the friends or pages you want to see at the top of your News Feed.
Now when you come back to Facebook, the friends and pages you’ve selected will appear first at the top of your News Feed, labeled with a star.If you're not using a mobile device, but viewing us on a full size computer, follow the instructions:
When you select a person or Page to see first, their posts appear at the top of your News Feed. The person or Page won't know you selected them.
To use see first from your News Feed preferences:
Click Prioritize who to see first
Select a person or Page to see first
To use see first from a profile or Page:
If you're not already following the profile or Page, click Follow near their cover photo
Hover over Following or Liked near their cover photo
Select See First
Note: You can select up to 30 people or Pages to see first. Your selections aren't ranked (ex: your first selection isn't seen first, your second selection isn't seen second).The Daily Caller has more on the subject, although they're understandably focused on how to see the Daily Caller. [Here Is How You Can Stop Facebook From Censoring The News You Want To See, The Daily Caller, April 11, 2018]Here's a screenshot showing how to do the "See First" thing: