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facebookFacebook has introduced a new interesting feature that lets you add (and remove) a Subscribe/Subscription button on your profile. Basically, it will be sufficient for a user to click such a button to start receiving latest public updates from you. This feature will actually let users start getting updates from people on Facebook without being their friends. Let’s see how to gain control of this feature and add or remove it from your profile.

  1. Login to your Facebook profile.
  2. Now, open Facebook Subscribe webpage. This page will explain to you the new feature and its options and how to implement it on your profile.
  3. Now, click the green “Allow Subscribers” button located on the right-side, right under the Get your own subscribers section. This will open the Edit Subscriber options box. Click OK to turn on the Subscribe button. The button will now be publicly available on your profile.
  4. If you want to turn off the subscribe button, open your Facebook profile. To do it, simply click your profile photo and then click on Subscribers tab on the left side of your profile page.
  5. Click the Edit Settings button.
  6. In the Subscribers section, select off from the small drop-down menu located on the right-side of such section.
  7. Click the OK blue button.

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One Comment to “Add and Remove Subscribe Button on Facebook”

  1. Gregg DesElms Says:

    This is a long overdue feature. The notion that I must either be a “friend” of someone — or “like” them — in order to read and comment on their postings has long been ridiculous. That said, it’s nice that one needn’t buy-in to the paradigm if one doesn’t want to.

    This feature, in any case, now lets one read your stuff without making a “like” or “friend”ship committment. I’ve long wanted to comment on postings that I see on the Facebook pages of, for example, Republicans and others with whom I usually disagree; and whom I didn’t want to say that I “like”d, or is a “friend,” just so I could comment on their postings. This will allow me to do that. Excellent.

    Gregg L. DesElms
    Napa, California USA
    gregg at greggdeselms dot com

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