Posted June 01, 2018 06:02:18How to make Facebook posts without your Facebook friends knowing?
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to make an unlisted Facebook post in a matter of minutes.
If you want to get started with a quick blog post, here are the basics:Create a Facebook profile.
Make a Facebook friend.
Click “Post” on the top of the page.
Click the “Edit” button in the upper right corner.
Click on the “Add Comments” link in the top left corner.
Type in the text you want included in the post.
Click Save and your post will appear on the page of your friends.
You can also edit the post with your friends by clicking on the Edit button in their profile.
Make sure your Facebook profile includes an appropriate message.
The Facebook profile photo should be a picture of you and your friends (it’s important to note that you must have the same profile picture and/or photo with a profile picture that appears on the site).
If you are using Facebook to post an unlisted post, you can skip the Facebook profile picture by clicking the Edit Profile button on your profile.
If you’re not, click on the Add Profile button to add a profile photo that appears in the page’s posts section.
When you are ready to share your unlisted post, simply click the “Share” button on the bottom right of your Facebook page.
If all goes well, you’ll see a confirmation message.
Click Done to share the post in your Facebook status.
Your friends can then add your post to their profile by clicking Add Profile.
If your Facebook posts are being added, please check your friend’s profile for a link to your profile photo.
If your friend has not added your profile, check the profile for an update.
If that doesn’t work, you may need to contact your Facebook friend to update their profile and request that they do so.
The post you want added is visible to your friends, so you can read it.
You don’t need to share it.
You can also delete your unlistED post from your Facebook timeline by clicking Edit Profile.
You should now see your post appear in the posts section of your FB page.