One of the things that people complain about on FB is that their friends posts are being hidden by other stuff. Shares of funny videos and pages etc.
Most people have FB set up in such a way that they see their friends posts and follow the pages that they care about, but unless a page is specifically hidden then your friends recommendations likes, shares etc will appear.
But FB want people to pay to be seen, and so they are currently testing a dual feed option, where only friends and family plus paid ads appear in one feed and the user has to select another feed to find shares and things they may be interested in.
What does this mean? Well, its in the test phase right now and depending on the success will depend on how it is rolled out. At first glance it seems that it would be unpopular with users, but I think that most people will be happy that they can see whats going on better than they could when there were lots of shares of other stuff.
What does that really mean? Well, unless you have very boring friends, it will be better and easier to keep up with what they are all sharing. On the friends feed you will see the pages you follow, the friends you follow and the groups that you have selected notifications for. What you won’t see, are videos and links to the pages that you do not follow.