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I like to see the most recent.
I usually do most recent, but mix it up.
Always the most recent.
Good morning Fred. I don't have the time to visit these sites as often as I would like. I limit my social media time to two hours per day.
Good morning Fred. I have a lot more things to do during the course of the day that engage in social media.
Fred Griffin havde not seen this. Thanks for bringing it to our notice.
I only look at my news feed in Twitter. I don't use the other sites that much. I either go to my Twitter home feed or I select from my lists on what I want to view. For Facebook, I only view the feed for my Pages Feed and that displays most recent.
I used to go with the most recent and go through the whole dayly list, but since fb has insisted on choosing what I read, I just skip it all.
I use most recent.
It's a bit of both for me, Fred.
I will have to adjust and see what I like better Fred.
I do from time to time
Some of both.
I click on the appropriate filter that I am interested in at that instant in time.
Not one who wants to be told, I opt for the most recent.
I do a little of each, Fred.
I think it's set to most recent. Sometimes these streams just make me nuts with yards & yards of nonsense that I don't want to read.
They decide and I do not pay much attention!
Most recent, with certain groups getting priority.
Generally, whatever shows up. But, I don't spend much time on there.
I prefer reading most recent, but it seems Facebook always wants to switch me to top stories.
I let FB show most recent, then I go to certain groups and read their feed to see what I've missed.
I don't pay attention to either platform. A