Facebook Wall Post

This I teaches you Facebook Wall Post, both in the mobile application and on the Facebook web site. posts can contain text, pictures, video clips, as well as place data. You can upload on your own page, a friend page, or on the page of a team that you're a part of.


Facebook Wall Post


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

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

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

- Your page - You can create a post for your page from the top of the Information Feed.
- a friend page - Click the search bar at the top of the screen, key in a friend name, click their name, after that click their account photo.
- A group - Click Groups on the left side of the page, click the Groups tab, then click the group you intend to most likely to.

3. Click the post box. This box is at the top of the News Feed. If you're publishing to a friend page or a team page, you'll discover the post box listed below the cover photo.

4. Add text to your post. Type your content into the post box. You could additionally add a tinted history by clicking one of the shade obstructs below the text box.

- Colored histories are only supported for posts of 130 characters or fewer.

5. Include a lot more material to your post. If you wish to add more to your post, click one of the choices situated listed below the post box:

-Photo/Video - Permits you to choose a photo or video clip from your computer system to submit to the post.
-Tag Friends - Enables you to pick a friend or group of Friends to label in the post. Marked Friends will obtain the post by themselves web pages.
-Check in - Lets you add an address or a place to your post.
-Feeling/Activity - Lets you choose a feeling or task to add to the post.

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