Facebook Updates in Progress!

Thursday, January 25, 2018

Facebook has announced they will be making some major changes to their algorithms and it will ultimately change what you’ll see in the Newsfeed. These are welcomed changes as the company’s mission is to keep the platform interesting and valuable to its users. That means more friends and family in the news feeds and less advertising. It is a positive move for us all! 

That being said, Facebook is a great way for us to communicate and showcase what’s happening here at Skydive Paraclete XP with our athletes, Tip Tuesday’s and community information we love to share. 

If you enjoy our content and would like to stay connected with us in your newsfeed you can do so by following each of these steps: 

FROM YOUR PHONE:

Open Facebook and access our Facebook Page.

On the upper right section, select the three dots to the right of the search field.

 

 

Scroll to find the word “Following” then select. If you do not see “Following,” be sure to select “Like” and the selection will appear.

 

 

After you select “Following,” the next screen till appear. Choose, “See First” in the middle, far right of screen.

 

 

That’s all there is to it!

 

If you’re on your desktop, follow these short, easy steps:

FROM YOUR DESKTOP:

First, double check you “Like” the Skydive Paraclete XP Page. Next to the “Like” button, you’ll see, “Following.” Click “Following” and choose “See First.” Below that, select “On (events , suggested live videos). You may tailor your notifications by selecting the pencil icon to the right of Notifications. 

 

 

 

It’s as simple as that!

 

Thank you so much for following us, and we look forward to flying with you soon!

 

Paraclete XP Team

 

On our way to the US Open we passed the indoor skydiving facility. The next day was my husbands 71st birthday and he decided that's what he wanted to do for his birthday. It was for us to do together...., I was apprehensive but far be it for me to spoil his birthday. I read all your reviews and checked their safety first. What a pleasant surprise. I loved it. It is for all ages and better then jumping out of an airplane.... Just plain fun!!!

Carole P.