Recent updates on the Facebook app came with a new feature : "the more from related pages" after every time you like a post. For me this feature is terrible. Every time after I liked a post I would scroll down to like another one, and just right before I hit the like button this new function will pop some icons out, pushing the wall down and cause me to miss the like button.

So here is the question: are there ways to remove this feature ? I searched through the settings on my app one by one but I have yet to find anything that works.


  • This is a Q&A site, and therefore is not suited for propaganda, hence I vote to close this question.
    – Grimoire
    May 23, 2017 at 8:18
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    @DeathMaskSalesman I actually would be really interested in fixing these problems regarding user interface. I don't mind the question being closed but I still would like to know how to disable Facebook recommending posts on my page. I am very sorry to the community that this sounded like a propaganda. May 23, 2017 at 8:28
  • See, since the Facebook app is proprietary, no one but Facebook can change its code, and F has long been known for not caring about its uaers. All I can suggest, is to try some alternative Facebook clients, namely Tinfoil for Facebook or Metal for Facebook (I'm not affiliated with the mentioned apps). Aside from that, you're welcome to ask more questions in the future, but you might want to pay a look at the allowed topics.
    – Grimoire
    May 23, 2017 at 8:33
  • @DeathMaskSalesman thanks a lot for these information. I was actually thinking whether I could in some way modify the Facebook app or the setting for this feature is not available on the mobile app. I'll be careful on my questions next time. May 24, 2017 at 15:40
  • You could be able to modify the Facebook client, but you'll have to do so in a programming language which is neither friendly nor simple (and not exactly legal, but who cares).
    – Grimoire
    May 24, 2017 at 15:46

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The problem just.....disappeared

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