Make sure the first pull-down menu says Share On A Page You Manage. If it doesn’t, click on the arrow and select this option. Next, make sure the second pull-down menu directly below displays your Page (especially if you manage more than one). … Change the third pull-down menu to the right so you are Posting As yourself.
Click on the Share button on the lower right corner of your post to open the dropdown menu. Choose Share to Group then select the private group you’re in. The post should be shared to the private group. Anyone else who wants to share it outside can go to the original post and share it from there.
Business pages are designed to be viewed and shared by friends on timelines, in groups and events, or via private message. To share a company or organization’s page using any of these options, click the “Share” button with an arrow found below the page’s header photo.
To make your Stories more lively and get the most out of Facebook’s Story features, try posting from the Facebook app.
- Log into the Facebook app (iOS or Android) and tap on your profile picture.
- Tap Create Story.
- Select a photo or video from your camera roll or tap the camera icon to create a visual of your own.
Temporary blocks from sharing posts on Facebook can happen if you’ve: Posted a lot in a short amount of time. Shared posts that were marked as unwelcome. Shared something that goes against our Community Standards.
To share a memory:
- Tap in the top right of Facebook.
- Scroll to APPS and tap See All Apps.
- Tap On This Day.
- Tap Share at the bottom of the post you want to share on your timeline.
- Add an optional update and tap Post.
Click on the three-dot icon to the top right of the post you want to make shareable. Then, select the Edit Audience option from the drop-down list. A list of audience options will appear. Choose Public from the list of available options to make the post shareable.
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”. 2 – Allow anyone on Facebook to see the post (as long as you aren’t blocking them, or vice versa). …