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Facebook allows you to segment your friends into separate lists so you can target certain people to share your content with, or see a News Feed with only those friends' updates.

To access your lists, go to the homepage, roll over "Friends" in the panel to the left and click "Friends" in the panel on the left.

You may need to click "More" at the bottom left first.

Facebook provides some default lists, like "Close Friends," "Acquaintances," and "Restricted." Adding friends to these can change how much information you see from each other.

Facebook also provides some "smart" lists, like work friends, friends who live near you, and family members, which update automatically.

To create your own list, click the "Create List" button to the right, enter a "List Name," and add friends to that list.

After you've selected a number of friends, Click "Create." You'll see the name of the list you are viewing at the top, with posts by people in the list below.

Post a message that will only be shared with that group using the status box.

You can return to a friends list at any time by selecting it from the panel to the left of your News Feed.

Click "Manage List" in the upper right to edit the name or members of a list.

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