Step 1: Tap “Share” on the post you’d like to share. From here, you have multiple options: Option 1: If you want to quickly share the post to your own timeline, select “Share Now.” Option 2: If you want to add your own comment to a post before sharing it, select “Write Post.”
Rick’s answer: Your friends are right, Billie. Facebook no longer displays the “Share” button on posts that have their privacy levels set to “Friends”. Unfortunately, there’s no way to force the “Share” button to appear on posts that you mark as “Friends. That’s just the way it is now.
How do I share a link on Facebook?
- Scroll to the top of your News Feed and tapWhat’s on your mind…
- Enter the link.
- Add an optional update.
- Tap Post.
If you’re viewing a hyperlink on a Web page, right-click it and select the copy option. If you’re viewing a text link, like the browser’s address bar at the top of the window, highlight the link and then right-click it and select “Copy.”
Link the Photo or Video:
The better option is to send a secured URL link. … “You can use this link to share this photo with anyone, even if they don’t have a Facebook account. Anyone with the link will be able to see your photo.” From there simply copy and paste the link to whoever or wherever you like.
How do you copy and repost on Facebook?
Highlight the text of the post you want to share. Right-click the highlighted area and select “Copy.” In your own post window, right-click and select “Paste.” Alternately, copy highlighted text by pressing “Ctrl-C” and paste it using “Ctrl-V.”
Method 1: Copy and Paste
- Copy the URL of the website you want to link to.
- In the post/page you are writing highlight the text you want to link.
- Paste the URL you copied directly over the highlighted text using a keyboard shortcut like CTRL V (PC) or CMD V (Mac).
- The link is automatically created.
To find your Facebook page URL, just follow these steps: Go to www.facebook.com and login. For your personal page URL, click on your name at the top-right of your window -in the top blue banner. … The URL will then be in the address bar of your browser.