Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said he hears “loud and clear” that Facebook users want more control over their News Feed.
And yesterday during his townhall Q&A, Zuckerberg said that the company will be working on the issue in the coming year. The promise came during an answer to a commonly asked question: Why not give users more ways to tinker with the mix of what they see on Facebook?
Facebook, of course, does provide such options — users can choose to switch their feed to see recent stories and can create lists of friends and brands they want to keep closer tabs on — but Zuckerberg admitted that those options haven’t been a Facebook priority. Those features are buried in hard to find places on the platform, which means they likely don’t get much use.
Facebook has concentrated its News Feed efforts to tu…