Here's how to never miss a post from your favorite Facebook friends

30-Second Tech Trick: Get Facebook Hack Notifications for Your Account

With the countless number of posts popping up on your Facebook feed daily, you can sometimes miss important information from your "favorite" family and friends.

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Unless you're scrolling through your Facebook feed 24/7, you're bound to miss a cute photo of your family dog, a video of your niece's first words, or a close friend's engagement photos.

Lucky for those who find themselves in this predicament, the folks at the Daily Dot have figured out a Facebook hack to never miss a crucial post.

According to the Daily Dot, here are the two simple steps to follow to stay totally connected:

1.) Become "Close Friends"

By clicking the "Close Friends" tab in the top right section of your friend's Facebook page, you will automatically get notifications when your friend posts something. ​

2.) Opt to "See First"

On the top right of your friend's Facebook page, you will see the "Following" tab. Click that tab, and click the drop-down option "See First."

With over 1.5 billion monthly users and growing, Facebook is the social network connecting you with loved ones all over the world. By following these two simple steps, you'll never miss a beat.

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