Scroll down until you find the "Most Recent" button, then click it. The latest activity from all your friends will now be displayed.
The good news is that there is a simple method to configure Facebook so that it ALWAYS gives you the most current updates. The key is in the URL you use to log in to Facebook. Instead of using the regular http://Facebook.com URL, try hitting this link instead: https://www-facebook.com/. Now when you click on the "Home" button or open up a new tab and go to Facebook, it will always give you the most recent update.
This trick works because the default setting for Facebook is to not show anyone anything new. So by going to this special URL, Facebook shows you everything new as soon as it happens. There's no need to wait until someone logs into Facebook or checks their email.
Now if you want to apply this technique to other websites too, then you'll have to create custom URLs for each one. But if you want to get latest updates from any site, then this method is easy to implement.
Select the Most Recent option from the hamburger menu in the top right corner of the Facebook app. On your iPhone: iOS support for the Most Recent News Feed Posts arrangement option will be added later. On your computer, select "See More > Favorites" from the left-hand menu. This will display all your favorite stories in a list.
Technically, the business has allowed users to arrange feeds by "most recent," but it has hidden it in a settings box. Last October, Facebook also introduced the Favourites feature, which allows users to choose up to 30 friends and pages to receive updates from in a separate stream. Users can switch between their regular feed and their favourite feed at any time.
On Facebook's Mobile App Navigate to the menu pane in the Facebook app. Select Feeds on iOS. Then choose Most Recent to see everything in chronological order. On Android, pick "Most Recent" from the Feeds navigation pane.
Consider switching from "top stories" to "most current" if you use Facebook to get political news. Consider augmenting your Facebook diet with news from other sources. Facebook ties together its different services: News feeds are shared between friends on other sites as well as on Facebook itself. If someone updates their status message or photo, those items will be visible to everyone else using that service.
Tap the upper right corner of Facebook. Scroll down and then select Settings. Scroll down and select News Feed Preferences. Here you can change what kinds of stories will show up in your news feed and even turn off the news feed all together.