To get there, open the Facebook Messenger app and click Settings There's a point that comes in all of our lives: the day you realise your Facebook feed is full of inspirational quotes posted by people you wouldn't trust for directions to the nearest newsagent's. All the updates from your close friends will appear on your news feed, diluting the drivel your 'acquaintances' post. Well, in the 'Friends' tab you'll see a drop-down box next to each of your mates' entries.
Shark (^^^)Middle Finger midfingNot Bad notbaadHorny 3:)7. This is the stomping ground of all the messages you're sent from people not inside your Facebook friends group.
HOW TO FIND FACEBOOK'S SECRET MESSAGE INBOXWe all know how to find Facebook's message inbox - heck, they put little red numbers over it every time you get a message - but did you know there's a second, secret message inbox? There are probably far more messages than you're expecting, you just need to know where to look for it - it's secret, not signposted after all. One way to give Facebook's feed algorithms a kick up the arse is to start labelling your Facebook contacts as 'close friends' and 'acquaintances'.
These connections are easily deleted by tapping the 'X' next to them (we recommend starting with the random quizzes), and it's worth checking your settings in the 'Apps Others Use' menu, too, as this is where you can protect your friends from data being used because of you.
But if you're properly spooked, edit 'Apps, Websites and Plug-ins' and you can turn the entire Platform off, which means your Facebook log-in can no longer be used to activate anything bar Facebook.
Squillions of development hours have been put into this thing, filling it with all manner of features you might not be aware of – including this lot.