How Do I Share A Post On Facebook

How Do I Share A Post On Facebook: If you see a post on Facebook that you wish to share with your friends or followers, all you need to do is copy as well as repost it. Facebook makes this easy with the Share attribute. You could repost videos, photos, links and message. Sharing is a fast method to spread suggestions and promotions on Facebook. Instead of trying to reword a post, sharing allows you to repost the original or even include your personal comments at the start. By using the official Share attribute, the original poster gets credit report even though the post shows up on your wall.

How Do I Share A Post On Facebook

1. Log-in to Facebook.

2. Find the post you want to copy as well as repost on your newsfeed, a friend's account or business page.

3. Press "Share" under the post.

4. Utilize the drop-down box in the "Share This Status" dialog box to select that you intend to share the post with. You could repost to your personal timeline, a friend's timeline, to a group, on a web page you own or as a private message to another customer.

5. Filter who sees the shared post by using the "Custom" drop-down box in the "Share This Status" dialog box. This allows you to choose to leave out particular people or lists from checking out the post, even if you share it on your timeline.

6. Compose a message of your own in the "Write something ..." box. This isn't required, yet provides the possibility to contribute to the initial message or clarify why you're reposting.

7. Press "Share Status" to repost.

Idea: While uncommon, some posts could not have a "Share" link. To copy these posts, highlight the message you desire to share and push "Ctrl-C" to copy the text. In the "Update Status" box, press "Ctrl-V" to paste the text. Press "post" to share. Always provide debt to the initial poster.

Caution: When reposting a post from a private customer, ensure you have approval to do so. If the post includes personal information, the customer could not want the post shared with anyone outside their own circle of friends.