One of the better changes to Facebook’s News Feed in recent years is assuredly accepting the axe it deserves.

Last October, first appear that Facebook advised to split its algebraic News Feed into two: one for non-promoted posts from Pages and publishers (called “Explore”), and one for your accompany and family. In a blog post, Facebook’s head of News Feed, Adam Mosseri, said the agreement was motivated by “consistent feedback” that people wanted to see more from accompany and family and less from media organizations and businesses.

The change, predictably, didn’t go over so well in the six countries Facebook used as a testing ground: Bolivia, Cambodia, Guatemala, Serbia, Slovakia, and Sri Lanka. Aside from the backfire by news organizations, Facebook found that amid the feeds didn’t absolutely lead to added access with accompany and family as it had intended. Although this could also be blamed on how the aggregation chose to roll out the change.

Without warning, Facebook made a abundant change to the News Feed. And according to some users in the test markets, few had any idea what had happened to their News Feed, or how to best advance Explore.

Today though, Mosseiri had this to say about the failed experiment:

To accept if people might like two abstracted feeds, we started a test in October 2017 in six countries.

You gave us our answer: People don’t want two abstracted feeds. In surveys, people told us they were less annoyed with the posts they were seeing, and having two abstracted feeds didn’t absolutely help them affix more with accompany and family.

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