How to keep seeing us on Facebook


Due to Facebook’s recent changes, you may see less of the Taub Center in your News Feed. The algorithm was changed in order to prioritize content from friends and family, and downgrade articles, videos and photos shared by publishers and brands.

On our Facebook page we strive to bring attention to interesting facts, that we hope will help you stay informed on the socio-economic situation in Israel.

In order to make sure you do not miss out on Taub Center posts in the future, please follow these simple steps.

First, make sure to follow us on Facebook by giving our page a “Like”.

If you’re on a desktop, once the box marked “Like” is checked, hover with your mouse above “Following” and select under “See First” IN YOUR NEWS FEED.

see first on facebook

If you’re on a mobile device and the box “Liked” is checked, please tap “Following” …

follow on mobile

… and then select “See First” in the new screen that appears.



Of course, Facebook is trying to give you the content you would like to see, so by liking, commenting on or sharing our posts, you will not only stay connected with us, but you will also make sure Facebook knows you wish to keep seeing our posts!

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