In January, Facebook announced changes to your news feed that have placed greater emphasis on posts from friends and family, but reduced content from businesses and other organizations — including nonprofits like Return to Freedom.
RTF relies on social media to spread the word about wild horse and burro issues, as well as about education and donor opportunities.
To ensure that you continue to see wild horses and burro news from Capitol Hill, the range, and our American Wild Horse Sanctuary, please take the steps below:
Log into Facebook. In the left-hand column of your homepage, look for “news feed” at the top of the menu. Click the three dots
From the pop-up menu, select “edit preferences.” This will open a new pop-up window that will allow you to control your preferences.
Choose “Prioritize who to see first.” Next, you’ll see a list of pages and profiles that you “like” on Facebook.
Scroll through the list and select Return to Freedom. When select RTF, you should see a blue star by its logo.
Finally, click “done” in the bottom right corner of your screen to save your changes.
Note: On mobile devices, click the three horizontal lines on the bottom right or top right of your screen when in the Facebook app. That should bring up a menu. Choose “Settings,” then “News feed preferences,” and then “Prioritize who to see first.” After selecting Return to Freedom, be sure to click “Done” to save your preferences.