How to Save Facebook News Feeds for Later Reading

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The social networking giant Facebook has added yet another handy feature to Facebook for better usability.  The new feature is Facebook save: allowing the Facebook users to save news feed items from their Facebook feed for later use.

Facebook save is said to be one of the handy, but missing feature in Facebook. As users use Facebook to find and share interesting and trending information from various sources, but were not able to save news feed contents for later reading if they didn’t have enough free time.

However, now you will not be missing any important or interesting news on Facebook with the help of Save feature added by Facebook. This feature is available on your Android phone Facebook app and obviously on web version. Here is a guide on how to save Facebook news feeds for later reading. 

How to Save Facebook News Feeds on the Web

Step 1: Login to your Facebook account using your PC or Laptop.

Step 2: Now if you find any news feed link, which would like to share then simply click on the inverted arrow icon beside the link.

Step 3: Click on Save option from the drop down list. (Refer image below).

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How to access or view saved news feed on Facebook?

To access the saved news feed on Facebook do the following.

  • Click on More beside Apps tab in your Facebook left menu.

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  • Find and click on Saved.

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  • The next window will show you the news feeds that you have saved.

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Save Facebook News Feeds on Android Phone

Step 1: Login to your Facebook account using Facebook android app.

Step 2: If you would like to save any new feed, Tap on the inverted arrow icon beside the news feed link.

Step 3: From the pop-window, tap on Save option.

How to  view saved feeds in Facebook android app?

  • Tap on More tab and then on See All.
  • Find Saved from the list of apps and tap on it.
  • Here you will be able to see all the saved news feeds from Facebook.

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