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How To Make a Facebook Post Shareable

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what you need to know

  • Enter your message on Facebook and then click Friends > Public so that the post can be shared.
  • You can limit your audience from the same menu.
  • Sharing important updates can help your local community.

This article explains how to make a Facebook post shareable, whether it’s a new post or an existing post, and what you need to know about the process.

How to Make Something Shareable on Facebook

Knowing how to make a Facebook post public is a useful skill if you want to be able to share something far and wide with more than just your network of friends. Here’s how to make Facebook posts shareable in a few simple steps.

This process applies to all types of posts on Facebook, including text messages, links, photos, and anything else you may post on the service.

Go to https://www.facebook.com/

Click on What do you have in mind?

Enter your message or paste the link you want to share.

Click on Friends.

This button can have another label, like Just meif that is what is currently selected as the privacy option.

Facebook website with Create Post open and Friends highlighted

Click on Audience to make the post viewable and shareable with anyone on Facebook.

Facebook website with Select Audience displayed

Click on Post.

Facebook Website with Create Open Post and Featured Post

How to Make Existing Facebook Posts Shareable

If you have an existing Facebook post that you want to share with a larger audience, the process is pretty similar. This is what you should do.

Go to https://www.facebook.com/

Click on your profile name.

Facebook website with profile name highlighted

Scroll down to find the post you want to share.

Click the icon next to the time it was posted.

Facebook website with a post open and the friends icon highlighted

Alternatively, you can click the dots to the right and click Edit audience.

Click on Audience to make the message publicly viewable.

Facebook website with Select Audience dialog open for individual post

How to limit the audience of your post on Facebook

When creating a post or sharing an existing post, you can also limit who in your network can see the post. Here’s how to limit who can read your message.

Go to https://www.facebook.com/

Click on What do you have in mind?

Facebook website with what matters to you highlighted

Click on Friends.

Facebook website with Create Post dialog open and friends highlighted

This may read as Public if you have set your posts to Public in the past.

Click on friends except… either Specific friends.

Facebook website with the Select Audience dialog open

Click the friends you don’t want to share the post with, or click the friends you want to share the post with, depending on which option you’ve chosen.

Click on Save Changes.

Facebook website with Save Changes highlighted to restrict access to your posts

Click on Post to post the update to your chosen audience.

Facebook Website with Create Open Post and Featured Post

Why would you want to make a Facebook post shareable?

Many users may want to keep their Facebook posts completely private, but there are good reasons why you might want to share a post. Here is a quick overview of some of them.

  • You may want to share your knowledge. Experts in certain fields may want to make a shareable post so they can spread that knowledge more widely. Be careful doing this unless you know the information is 100% accurate.
  • You may want to highlight a local issue or event. If you are involved in your local community, you may want to share events or issues that are important to you so that other local people can learn more.
  • Sharing can be fun. Just want to share a funny post with anyone who finds it? It’s also possible that your friends can continue to share it once you’ve made the post public.

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