-Make sure you’re using the most updated version of the app or browser; -Restart your computer or phone; -Uninstall and reinstall the app, if you’re using a phone; –Log into Facebook and try again.
If Facebook friends tell you that they have tried to share one of your posts but cannot, you probably need to tweak your privacy settings to make sharing possible. Facebook’s privacy settings control every aspect of your profile from who can see your photos to who can see posts you make.
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.
Why is my Facebook not dark mode?
Enable Facebook Dark Mode in the Android App
Click on “Settings & Privacy” in the main menu. Tap “Settings” in the sub-menu. Select “Dark Mode” to open the custom options. Select “On” to activate Dark mode.
How to Make a Post Shareable on Facebook for a Private Group
- Create the post on your own newsfeed / timeline and make sure that the post is sharable to the public.
- 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.
To change the share setting for previously shared content, follow these instructions: Visit your personal timeline and click the Activity Log button directly below your cover photo. Your Activity Log page appears. Find the status update for which you want to change the sharing preference.
By using the official Share feature, the original poster gets credit even though the post shows up on your wall.
- Log-in to Facebook.
- Find the post you want to copy and repost on your newsfeed, a friend’s profile or business page.
- Press “Share” under the post.
While the Like button allows users to share content with all of their friends, the Send button permits sending to a select group and, thus, is a more private form of sharing.
If your ability to post or comment in a group has been turned off, it may be because a group admin has temporarily turned off your ability to post and comment in their group.
You may not be able to share a memory if sharing wasn’t turned on for the original content or the memory isn’t shareable (example: posts by others on your timeline). Learn what audiences you can choose from when you share something.
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.