Facebook page: Scheduling and managing posts

Nowadays, almost all companies have a page on social media and especially on facebook. The daily and constant interaction with the users has become an integral part of the daily life of every business. In most cases, there is more than one person, who manages the posts and generally the content of a page. However, it is quite difficult for someone to be constantly online and post or manage one page posts.

Schedule a post and manage scheduled posts

The most popular social network, facebook, has added a very useful feature, “Post Scheduling”. Post scheduling allows users to schedule their posts and post them automatically at a future date and time. But let’s see what this process is.

  1. In the menu on the left, press Pages.
  2. Find your page and click on it.
  3. After going to your page, click “Publishing Tools” from the left column. In case you do not find the above option on the left, then it is probably in the menu above your page, in More.
  4. Click Create Post on the top right.
  5. Create your post.
  6. After creating the post, click and select Schedule Post.
  7. Under Publish, select the date and time you want the post to be posted, then click Schedule.

This way, you can schedule your posts to be posted at a future date and time.

But what if you want to change the date, time, or even the content of your post?

  1. In the menu on the left, press Pages.
  2. Find your page and click on it.
  3. After going to your page, click Publish Tools from the left column. In case you do not find the above option on the left, then it is probably in the menu above your page, in More.
  4. In the Posts section, click Scheduled Posts.
  5. Tap the post you want to edit.
  6. Tap and then Edit Post to edit the post or tap Actions to publish it, change its programming or delete it.

The information was obtained from:
www.facebook.com/help/389849807718635

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