Facebook lets you configure who can share and view your profile posts. You can choose from just friends, friends of friends, or set the post to be viewed and shared by any social network and Internet user. To post to Facebook, I need to determine the scope of the post at the time of posting, or change the profile setting to public. See in the following tutorial how to change sharing settings to leave a public post on Facebook.
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How to leave the public profile
Step 1. On the Facebook homepage, select the arrow at the top right of the screen. In the menu that appears, check the "Settings" option;
Access the Facebook menu Photo: Reproduo / Carolina Lais
Step 2. Then select the "Privacy" alternative located on my left side;
Select "Privacy" option Photo: Playback / Carolina Lais
Step 3. In the "Your Activity" section, locate the question "Who can see your future posts?" and press edit;
After clicking on "Privacy", choose to edit the first alternative from the Photo: Playback / Carolina Lais list.
Step 4. Tick the button next to "Publish" and choose the "Public" alternative.
Define the public that will be able to see the posts Photo: Reproduction / Carolina Lais
After finishing the process, unless you change the setting upon specific publication (as we will show below), all published stories can be accessed by any Internet user.
How to make a specific post public
Step 1. On the Facebook homepage, go to the publishing creation area;
Start the procedure for creating a new story. Photo: Reproduo / Carolina Lais
Step 2. After the editing area expands, choose whether the post will appear in your "News Feed", "Your Story" or both;
Decide where the publication should be sent Photo: Reproduction / Carolina Lais
Step 3. On the same screen, click the button on the right and select the "Public" option. If you want the post to be in the "News Feed" and "Your Story", you will need to take action with both alternatives.
Define who will be able to view content Photo: Reproduction / Carolina Lais
Ready! With this setting the content created would be public.
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