Now that we’ve seen how easy it is to post content, and how much of it people actually enjoy, it’s time to get to work creating free content.
But first, here’s a roundup of some of the most free announcements you can make with Facebook and other social media.
If you don’t see a post you want to check out, be sure to add it to the comments.1.
Facebook’s Timeline and Timeline Pickers: Free to tryNow, there’s no denying that Facebook is a great place to get the latest updates from all your friends and family, and this free feature will surely make your posts more enjoyable.
Here’s how to set up your Timeline and Picker, and why it’s worth it:1.
Choose your Timeline Picker and Timeline: Facebook will show you a list of people and events you’ve liked or followed, and you can choose to share your posts to their Timeline.1A.
Select the timeline Picker from the dropdown menu.2.
Click the + sign next to each event you want your post to appear in.3.
Choose “More” to see a list with a bunch of additional events you can follow.4.
Choose one of the options in the “Show Events” column to share the posts in that list to other people.
You can choose which of your friends or family you want on the list, too, and it’ll show up on the Timeline PickER in a separate tab.
If you don.t want to add people you’ve already followed to your timeline, click “Delete” to get rid of them from your timeline.1B.
Facebook will show an event feed with the names of everyone you follow in the feed.2A.
Choose the timeline picker from one of its tabs.2B.
Select “Events” to view the event feed.3A.
Add your event feed into the drop-down menu at the top of the page.3B.
Click “Show Details” to show details about your event.4A.
Click on the event name to see more details about it.4B.
Scroll through your event history and select it to see the events you follow, their events and their favorites.
If Facebook doesn’t show the event, then you can always add it manually.1C.
Facebook can also automatically add your friends’ events to your Timeline by adding them to your Favorites list.2C.
Choose who your friends are.3D.
Click Edit to add your events.3E.
Click Add event in the top right to add them to the list.4E.
Scroll down to add an event for each friend.5.
Click Share to share a post with your friends.6.
Select your friends from the list of who you follow.7.
Click Done to save the changes.
Now, if you’re feeling adventurous, you can also add Facebook to your calendar by dragging it to your home screen, and then dragging it back into your Timeline.
You can do that from any page of Facebook, too.1D.
You’ll be able to add events and Facebook friends to your Facebook Timeline as long as you’re logged in.1E.
To add a friend, click the menu icon on the top left of your home page.2F.
Click New Friend in the left-hand navigation menu.3G.
Choose Friends from the menu in the upper right of the menu.4H.
Click Next to add a new friend.1I.
If your Facebook timeline is large, you’ll want to choose a friend that matches your friends profile picture and likes your posts.2J.
Once you’ve chosen a friend to add to your list, select “Add to my calendar” in the middle-left corner.3K.
Click Save changes and your friend will be added to your friend list.
You could also add your Facebook friends’ posts to your Calendar, and when they join your timeline on Facebook, they’ll automatically see your posts on your timeline and will be notified when they post new content.1L.
When your Timeline has reached the max number of events you could add, click Save Changes and Facebook will add them automatically.1M.
You might be interested in how Facebook can automatically add new friends to Facebook’s calendar.1N.
Facebook lets you see all of your events that are in the Timeline, and the more you share them, the more people you’ll be added.2O.
Facebook keeps track of your activities and posts.3P.
If someone you follow on Facebook is adding your posts, Facebook will automatically update the post with the correct timestamp.4Q.
If a post is added to the Timeline with an incorrect timestamp, Facebook might remove the post or delete it from your Timeline, which will remove it from the timeline.3R.
You will see events you’re missing from the Timeline if you haven’t updated the post to reflect the new event, and your posts will disappear from the Facebook timeline if