Although the Facebook Notes feature was discontinued in October of 2020, you can still access your old notes. Log in to Facebook on the web, click the menu, select Settings & privacy’, and then select Activity log.
Facebook Tests Replacing ‘Share’ with ‘Message’ Option on News Feed Posts. That’s right, Facebook appears to be running a test which would see the ‘Share’ button removed from News Feed posts, replaced with a ‘Message’ button instead.
Sign in to your Facebook account, go to the “Account” menu and select “Privacy Settings.” Go to the “Sharing on Facebook” section and click the “Customize Settings” link near the bottom. Go to the “Things Others Share” section and edit the settings you want to change.
How do you repost someone’s post on Facebook?
Use the drop-down box in the “Share This Status” dialog box to choose who you want to share the post with. You can repost to your own timeline, a friend’s timeline, to a group, on a page you own or as a private message to another user.
How to allow people to share your post on Facebook on a mobile device
- Find the post you want to make shareable and tap the three dots in the upper right corner. …
- In the pop-up menu, tap “Edit Privacy.” …
- In the “Privacy” menu, tap the checkbox next to “Public,” then tap “Done” in the upper right corner of the screen.
You may not be able to share a memory if sharing wasn’t turned on for the original content or the memory isn’t shareable (example: posts by others on your timeline). Learn what audiences you can choose from when you share something.
Some groups are designed to be Secret, Private or Closed. These are designed for confidentiality purposes, and these posts, although they are seen by members, they’re not shareable outside the community.
While the Like button allows users to share content with all of their friends, the Send button permits sending to a select group and, thus, is a more private form of sharing.
How do I edit and repost on Facebook?
To edit a post, simply tap/click on the three dots in the top right of the post window and select ‘Edit Post’. once you’ve made the required changes, select ‘Save’ and that’s it.
Clicking “Share” on someone’s Facebook status is a lot easier than copying, pasting and formatting — but the share button has limitations. … Copying and pasting may reach more people and be less likely to get penalized by Facebook, but it is more difficult to assess how many people have spread the word.
You can change it to: Public – so the post can be shared by anyone on or off of the Facebook site. Friends – so the post can be shared by anyone that you are friends with on Facebook. Friends except… – the post can be shared by any of your friends except the ones that you indicate here.