Dear Members,

Thank you to those who have reached out to me so far for help. I love this program because it gives me more opportunity to connect with you all. 

Recently, a member came to me with questions about his Facebook. As many of you have probably noticed, Facebook is an ever-changing platform. I often find that the layout has changed or buttons have moved around.

He said he used to have a newsfeed for his personal profile and a separate one for his business page, but the business page newsfeed disappeared. We were able to locate his business page's newsfeed (see pictures below).

I am sharing this with all of you in case you didn't know about this feature. On your business Page's Feed, you'll find posts and updates from only the pages that you "like as your page" (see instructions below for how to "like" another page as your page). This is a helpful feature because you can follow only pages that are relevant to your business so that you can share other pages' content, stay informed to competing or related businesses, or just to not have to sift through all the pictures of kittens that probably pop up on your personal newsfeed. 

The red circle in this picture shows the location on your business page of the link to your Pages Feed:











Here is a close up of that box on the right where the link to your Pages Feed is located:














How to "like" another page as your page:









  1. Go to the page that you want to "like as your page".
  2. Click the button with the 3 dots on the bar below the cover photo (shown above).
  3. In the drop down menu, click "Like as your Page".
  4. If you are the administrator for multiple pages, a pop up will show up to ask you which page you want to act as when liking this page. Select the correct page and hit "submit".
  5. Test it out: Go to and like our page as your business page! Then, we can "like" you back!

Happy Clicking!


Are you having trouble with mail merges, label-making, or setting up a social media page? Are you unsure what a hashtag is or how to use it? 

Shira, Project Coordinator at the GSFABA, is ready to help you with your daily technological and web needs! 

Ask Shira about:

  • Social Media
  • Email
  • Website set-up and maintenance
  • Microsoft Office
  • Google for businesses
  • Marketing materials/printing
  • Other

Call Shira at 413-625-2526 or email
to ask questions or make an appointment.

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