When you "like" a page on Facebook, updates and photos posted by the administrator will appear in your news feed; pages are run exclusively by the official representative of a company, celebrity or other entity. If you still want to "like" a page, but it offers too many updates, hide the page from your feed. To cut all ties with the page, "unlike" the page entirely.
Hover your mouse over a post from the page in your news feed. Alternatively, hover your mouse over the post that was created when you first "liked" the page. If the post does not appear on your wall, click "Older Posts" at the bottom of your wall to see previous posts.
Click the "x" that appears in the upper right-hand corner of the post.
Click "Unlike Page."
Tips & Warnings
- If you don't see a post from the page in your news feed, go to the page itself. Either search for the page using the search field at the top of Facebook, or go to the "Show other pages" link in the "Info" tab of your profile and click on the page's name. Once on a page, just click "Unlike" in the left column of the screen.
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