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Keeping up with the Cafe on FB

Keeping up with the Cafe on FB

Here is how you can make it easier to keep up with The Episcopal Cafe on Facebook

Here’s a neat trick to keep you up to date with the latest from your Episcopal pages (including ours) on Facebook.

1. Go to

2. Click on +Create a List at the top of the page

3. Name the list “Episcopal favorites,” or, if you would like to add other pages, name it something meaningful for the topic. Hit “create list.”

4. Click “add friends” on the page you get. When that window opens, click the little box that says “friends” and drop it down to “pages.” Use the search box to pull up The Episcopal Cafe and other pages you’d like to view with this list. Please note: Only pages that you already “like” will show up.

5. Hit “save.”

6. The list will now appear in your lefthand navigation below “favorites,” “groups,” and “apps.”

7. Move your mouse over the list name and pencil will appear to the left of it.

8. Click on “Add to Favorites” and this list of Episcopal pages will now be easily accessible and you’ll be able to see when there are new posts on it.

9. If you JUST want the Episcopal Cafe on that list, that’s fine! You can have as many of this kind of list added to favorites as you want; at least, I haven’t found a maximum yet!

Thanks to Helen Mosher for the hint!

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Thank you, and thank Helen for the wonderful tip! I’ve linked back to this from the church blog, hope to engage people more.

So far the only sure way to engage people on Facebook is to talk football.

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