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Friday, 13 July 2018

Auto-Schedule A Facebook Post | Automatic Facebook Status Post


Auto-Schedule A Facebook Post | Automatic Facebook Status Post: Whatever kind of page you're running, an energetic stream of web content could assist keep your viewers engaged. To prevent needing to regularly release new posts, timetable posts beforehand! You can do this with Facebook's integrated attributes when you're uploading as a group, yet with third-party applications, it's feasible to schedule personal account posts also.

If you are Facebook page owner and you are faced with challenge of having to come online and post various images, videos or articles on hourly or daily basis so you could keep your viewers entertained, then I have a good news for you. You can now schedule your Facebook post by linking your Facebook page or even account to a stream of web content which helps to post different things at specific time intervals. This prevent constant releases of posts as well as constant login to your Facebook account.
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This can be done using the Facebook’s integrated attributes which is highlighted below using desktop browsers;
  • · Login into your Facebook account using an internet browser on your PC
  • · Then go to the page you want to schedule posts for by clicking the arrow pointing down at the top of the screen, then select “pages” and then the exert page you are looking for
  • · On the page, click on “what’s on your mind” to create a new post but don’t fill in anything into the box yet but you can insert a video clip or photo into the box before scheduling it
  • · Now tap the arrow pointing downward beside post and then from the drop down menu select “schedule”
  • · Then you select a specific date or time for the post to automatically upload, click the small calendar icon to do this
  • · Finally, click on the “Schedule” tab, the post will be posted automatically on the exert date and time you’ve set.
To confirm if truly you have scheduled a post, check your timeline, you will see “I Scheduled Post” which you can quickly make any change from there whenever you feel like there is something wrong, you can also publish or deleted at any time. Note that you can schedule your post for at least 10mins and as long as up to 6months.

I hope this article was helpful to schedule your post till your specified time? Kindly share this with all your contact so they can also learn how to schedule a post on Facebook.

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