Facebook is reviewing how its algorithm News works to promote greater user activity on the network.
It will change which publications appearing for the first time in his food, and eliminate messages Facebook thinks it prefers not to watch.
Instead of pushing content to the top of your diet based on how many people have interacted with it, you will use the feedback from users to decide.
It recently asked tens of thousands of users to rate stories in your feeds a day, to allow the updated algorithm is developed.
A blog post by Facebook said: “News Feed begin to look at both the probability that you want to see history in the top of the food and the likelihood that you will like, comment, share, or click on a story .
“We will rank higher food stories we believe that people can make a decision on, and what people might want to see at the top of your News Feed.”
Some content creators currently require users to like and comment on their stories to ensure that rising food to people.
But the change means that this could reduce its visibility in the future.
The message says: “This is probably only cause temporary spikes in metrics which could then be rebalanced by ranking power over time.”
Facebook is constantly evolving how stories are displayed on your network to maximize the amount of time users spend on the site.