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Just when you were starting to get used to the way Facebook shows your News Feed, it’s time for another shake-up.

This time, the social media mogul is updating the feed to highlight links to sites it thinks you’ll spend more time looking at.

In our continued efforts to be transparent about how we think about News Feed, we want to share those values with you.

Our success is built on getting people the stories that matter to them most.

The biggest learning from its research, Facebook says, is that the actions people take on the platform — liking, clicking, commenting or sharing a post — don’t always tells the whole story of what is most meaningful to them.

For example, even though people are less likely to interact with articles about a serious current event or sad news from a friend, that isn’t necessarily an indication that Facebook users don’t want it in their News Feed.

Over the next few weeks, Facebook is tweaking its News Feed ranking to ensure you see your friends' and family members' status updates before anything else.

That’s why stories in News Feed are ranked — so that people can see what they care about first, and don’t miss important stuff from their friends.

The biggest adjustment that is being rolled out today is based on the realization that the amount of time people spend reading or watching content they clicked on is a strong indicator for what types of content they like.

Presumably, that is why my Facebook News Feed is now exclusively kitten videos and Tech Crunch news.

Following Google’s lead in ranking sites, Facebook will now prioritize websites with faster loading times in the News Feed.

Users have expressed frustration after clicking on a link in Facebook only to find themselves waiting for a site or page to properly load.