{“data”:[{“type”:”text”,”data”:{“text”:”Ever had a cousin \\(who you love dearly, of course\\) go _way_ too overboard with photos of their engagement / new baby / trip to the Cape? Thanks to [Facebook’s newly refined newsfeed tools,](\\-feed\\-fyi\\-more\\-ways\\-to\\-control\\-what\\-you\\-see\\-in\\-your\\-news\\-feed/) you can browse in peace without the social awkwardness of unfriending or unfollowing.\n\n”}},{“type”:”html”,”data”:{“text”:”“}},{“type”:”image”,”data”:{“file”:{“url”:””,”full”:””},”text”:””}},{“type”:”text”,”data”:{“text”:”In a [blog post,](\\-feed\\-fyi\\-more\\-ways\\-to\\-control\\-what\\-you\\-see\\-in\\-your\\-news\\-feed/) Facebook Product Manager Greg Marra highlighted some of the more useful tools, including a list of the top pages or people you interacted with the previous week, a list of people you’ve unfollowed, and an option to see less of a page rather than unsubscribing, unfollowing or unfriending, which would be helpful in the aforementioned oversharing cousin situation.\n”}},{“type”:”video”,”data”:{“source”:”vimeo”,”remote_id”:”111122883″}},{“type”:”text”,”data”:{“text”:”Facebook also makes it much easier to hide single stories, or re\\-follow / unhide people you’ve previously hidden / unfollowed. As someone who has used the unfollow option liberally in the past, I can confirm how hard it was to locate that list to reinstate people \\-\\- say, after you’ve cooled down after a political argument with your uncle, or you’re mentally ready to accept that your ex\\-girlfriend is seeing someone else.\n”}},{“type”:”image”,”data”:{“file”:{“url”:””,”full”:””},”text”:””}},{“type”:”text”,”data”:{“text”:”The \”see less\” feature is probably the one I’m most excited about. Sometimes it feels like a single like or comment on someone’s status guaranteed every post they made would show up in your newsfeed for a month. With this tool, you can gently let Facebook know that their algorithm got it wrong, without sending your Facebook friends into purgatory.\n\nAccording to Facebook, the feature will be rolling out to mobile and desktop users today. Also debuting today on desktops and in a few weeks for mobile users is a feedback feature, so you can tell Facebook what features they inevitably screwed up.\n”}}]}