A regular sight in our newspaper and on our website - HMS Queen Elizabeth. Here she is as she left Portsmouth earlier this month. Picture: Tony Hicks

How your Facebook settings could mean you're missing out on our biggest stories

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By ron Melton
Tuesday, 29th September 2020, 4:27 pm
Updated Wednesday, 30th September 2020, 9:34 am

In print, online and on social media we pride ourselves on serving our community with great content.

Many of our readers access our content via their Facebook News Feed and now there is an easy way to find more of our content on Facebook.

By making The News’ Facebook page a ‘Favourite’, our content will appear higher in your news feed meaning you’ll never miss a beat of the big breaking stories.

You can also set up notifications so you will get an alert every time we publish a post, a video, or go live with a video stream from the scene.

The good news is that making our page a Favourite takes just a few seconds and is really easy to do.

If you don’t want to miss out on any of our Portsmouth coverage, simply follow the steps explained in the photos below.

PC user? Don’t worry, the steps you need to follow are almost exactly the same. Here’s what you need to do:

:: Click on the three dots underneath The News, Portsmouth’s Facebook page header

:: Click Follow Settings

:: Click Favourites

:: Under Notifications, choose the options to receive alerts to Posts, Videos, or Live Videos

:: You're all set up.

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