As part of a recent overhaul by Facebook, they have now gone back to prioritising your friends and family’s posts over those of businesses, like us—which is how it probably should be on a ‘social’ network.
However, if you would like to follow Point Hacks a little more closely on Facebook, then you can do two things:
1. You can opt to see posts from us at the top of your feed by navigating to our page > click Following > click See first in your news feed.
2. By clicking on the edit (pencil) button next to notifications and selecting Standard in the pop-up box, you will receive a notification when we post something, ensuring you are never missing out on the latest news, guide or deal!
Six ways to keep in touch
You can stay in-the-know with all Point Hacks news through the following channels:
- Subscribe to our instant email notifications and/or weekly email newsletter summary
- Like our Facebook page
- Follow us on Twitter
- Follow us on Instagram
- Use our RSS feed with your favourite aggregator
- Read updates through our changelog (more details below)
Or you can just explore the Point Hacks website at your leisure.
If you are new to the points game, or just want a refresher, we’d suggest signing up to our free email course to get started!
You’ll find photos and explanations of flights, lounges, hotels, deals and tips updated regularly on the Point Hacks Instagram feed, with links to guides and posts on our website.
LATAM is an interesting option to travel between Sydney and Auckland. You'll fly on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, which then continues onto its base in Santiago, Chile. You can use Qantas Points, Asia Miles, AAdvantage miles or British Airways Avios for the three-or-so-hour hop across the Tasman. Check out our review on the Point Hacks website. #latam #businessclass #787 #qantaspoints #asiamiles
How to use changelog notifications
We’ve also got a changelog, a small widget that summarises any new or updated posts in bite-sized pieces at the top of the Point Hacks website.
- Step 1: Look for the red notification bubble right next to the Point Hacks plane at the top left-hand corner of any Point Hacks page. It will show how many change notifications there are (3 in this case):
- Step 2: Click on the red bubble to show a preview of the changes since you last visited the site:
- Step 3: Then click on the grey Point Hacks changes link at the bottom of the box to be taken to the Point Hacks updates page:
This tool is also optimised for mobile devices:
Is there another way you would like to access Point Hacks news? Please feel free to let us know in the comments below.