It’s your fault. You’ve “liked” too many pages, and now Facebook has to do something about it. Sure you might be following 50+ pages on Facebook, but do you really interact with all of them? You don’t. And Facebook knows it.
That’s why Facebook has rolled out a site-wide change that causes some users to see posts by pages “bundled” or “collapsed” together. Here’s the logic. Whether or not the stories collapse into a single update is completely dependent on user behavior. If you’re engaging with a page’s posts on a consistent basis, the stories will not collapse. If you have not been engaging with the page’s posts within the News Feed on a regular basis, the stories will likely collapse for you. The difference is whether you are a passive fan or a die-hard fan.
Here’s what the bundling looks like. Notice the “posted 3 updates” at the top of the…
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