On the Facebook social networking site, a Mini-Feed is found in the top-right portion of your user profile. This Mini-Feed will provide details on new friends, new applications you have installed, messages sent by applications, and basically can report on any changes from an application that can be seen as a news event. You can mark some of these items as spam, and you can also control, to some extent, how much or how little detail is provided in your Mini-Feed through the application and privacy settings.
[Image: Screenshot showing a user's Facebook Mini-Feed]
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