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How To: Save Facebook Posts for Later

Posted on January 20, 2015 / Published by / Leave your thoughts

A lot of us spend more time browsing Facebook than we would like to admit. But what about the inopportune times when you see a headline for an interesting article , but have to leave for work, school, or wherever it is that is keeping you from reading the all-important article?

There’s a simple solution for to keep you from missing out on content you’re dying to see. Simply save it on Facebook and have a look when you’ve got some extra time.


Save it for later

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You’re able to save any links on Facebook, to articles, videos, events, photos… you name it. Just click on the down arrow in the top write corner of the post and click Save (Name of Link).

You can also save it on mobile.

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Now, it’s time to read

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Are you ready to view your link? Simply go to your Facebook homepage. You will see the Saved option in the upper left-hand corner under your profile image and News Feed.

Or, you can find is through the url www.facebook.com/saved.

Click on Saved in order to see your content. Click on the individual items to see your content in full or filer by type by choosing the tabs at the top of the page.

To access this content on mobile, click on More in the bottom right corner of your screen. You will then be taken to a list of options. Simply choose Saved under FAVORITES.

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Check out the archives

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Any saved link that you choose to delete (by clicking X) will automatically be send to the Archive page. IN order to delete it permanently, you must click the tab, then click the box with the three dots (…), and choose Delete from the dropdown menu.




It’s really as simple as that! Now, you don’t have to worry about missing about articles (or kitten videos) again.


Do you need some help monitoring your social media platforms? Let us know in the comments section below.