Posts On Facebook

This I teaches you Posts On Facebook, both in the mobile app and on the Facebook web site. posts could contain text, photos, videos, and area data. You can upload by yourself page, a friend page, or on the page of a team that you belong of.


Posts On Facebook


1. Open up Facebook. Go to https://www.facebook.com/. This will open your Facebook News Feed if you're logged in.

- If you aren't visited, enter your e-mail address (or phone number) and password in the top-right side of the page.

2. Most likely to the page where you wish to post. Depending on where you wish to create your post, this will differ:

- Your page - You could create a post for your page from the top of the Information Feed.
- a friend page - Click the search bar on top of the screen, enter a friend name, click their name, then click their profile picture.
- A group - Click Groups on the left side of the page, click the Groups tab, and then click the group you wish to most likely to.

3. Click the post box. This box goes to the top of the Information Feed. If you're publishing to a friend page or a group page, you'll discover the post box listed below the cover picture.

4. Add text to your post. Type your web content right into the post box. You could likewise add a tinted background by clicking one of the shade obstructs listed below the text box.

- Colored backgrounds are only sustained for posts of 130 characters or fewer.

5. Include much more material to your post. If you want to add more to your post, click among the options located listed below the post box:

-Photo/Video - Allows you to choose a picture or video clip from your computer system to publish to the post.
-Tag Friends - Enables you to choose a friend or team of Friends to tag in the post. Identified Friends will receive the post by themselves pages.
-Check in - Lets you include an address or an area to your post.
-Feeling/Activity - Allows you select an emotion or activity to contribute to the post.

6. Click post. It's the blue button in the bottom-right edge of the home window.