Sometimes you want to tell OTHERS about a certain Facebook post, that interested you.
The “Share” feature does NOT work in cases when you need to share the Post in a comment or outside Facebook(e.g. via email).
You NEED the URL of the Facebook post.
Do you know “How to get the URL or Link of a Facebook post or status”?
The video linked below, published via my Youtube channel on Dec 7, 2011, demonstrates the steps I described in the answer to my first FACEBOOK PRODUCTIVITY QUESTION (posted 4th December 2011) – reproduced above.
Many who have watched the video found it useful enough to take a few seconds to say so in the comments area.
That’s why I’m publishing it on this blog for others to benefit from.
Please share with others.
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