RAYMOND OGLESBY @RaymondOglesby2
March 8, 2022
If you are the type of person who often makes long, informative posts on Facebook, you have probably gotten the request, “Can you make this shareable?
This is for mobile devices. Screenshots are from iPhone XR
Facebook’s sharing feature is a great way to allow users to spread posts, in their entirety, from the original source, instead of just reposting.
Make Individual Post Shareable
First, find the post you want to make shareable and click the three dots (the Menu icon) in the upper right-hand corner. Refer to the below image:
Next, in the pop-up menu, tap Edit Privacy. See the below image:
Now, in the Edit Privacy menu, tap the checkbox next to Public, then tap Done. See the below image:
And you are all set. Your friends and followers will now see a Share button beneath your post. They can click this button to share your post wherever they want.
You will have to repeat this process for each post you want to make shareable.
Make All Posts Shareable
You can make all posts sharable when creating a post by tapping on the Select Audience button. Refer to the below image:
Next, in the Edit Audience menu. select Public, then tap Done. See the below image:
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