How to Edit and Draft Posts on Facebook Easily In four Ways After optimizing your Facebook profile, we all know that the next step to take is to engage our followers, friends and feed visitors. Here, we’ll be discussing on how to edit and draft posts on Facebook.
Most Facebook users often wish to create posts ahead of time, the easiest way to do this is by drafting the post right on the Facebook app and later posting it directly to your Facebook feed.
How to Edit and Draft Posts on Facebook
If you notice, most pages that you manage may be using Facebook New Page experience so we’d look at how to edit and draft posts on Facebook using a page with the new page experience and classic page experience.
To create a draft post on a page with the new page experience, you can use Meta Business Suite to create, save, view and edit Page post and drafts.
Using New Page Experience
Step 1: Log in to Facebook, then click your profile photo in the top right.
Step 2: Click see all profiles, then you will have to switch to the Page with New Page experience you want to use.
Step 3: Click your page profile picture by the top right, then click Meta Business Suite.
Step 4: Click posts and stories in the left menu.
Step 5: Click create post in the top right menu.
Step 6: Create a post.
Step 7: Click save as draft next to scheduling options.
Step 8: Click save at the bottom.
That is for a Pages with New Page experience, to create a draft of a post for Classic Pages you will need to follow this step:
Using Classic Page Experience
Step 1: Navigate to your news feed then click pages in the left menu.
Step 2: Go to your Page.
Step 3: Click Publishing tools in the left menu.
Step 4: Click Drafts at the top.
Step 5: Click Create Post on the top right section of your screen.
Step 6: Create a post.
Step 7: Click Save draft on the bottom right section of your screen.
Using Meta Business Suite for New Page Experience
Some people face the problem of finding, Editing or publishing saved draft post but it is actually simple with this short step; using Meta Business Suite for your pages with New Page experience and Classic pages from your feed and publishing tools. edit or publish saved drafts on New Page experience facebook page:
Step 1. Log in to Facebook, then click your profile photo in the top right.
Step 2. Click see all profiles, then select the Page that you want to switch to.
Step 3. Click on your page profile picture in the top right, then click Meta Business Suite.
Step 4. Click posts and stories in the left menu.
Step 5. Click drafts at the right of Published and Scheduled.
Step 6. Click on the post draft that you want to edit.
Step 7. To save as draft, click Save in the bottom right. To publish the draft, Click in the bottom right and select Publish now.
How to Publish Saved Drafts on Facebook Classic Page Experience
Step 1: From your news Feed, click pages at the left menu.
Step 2: Go to your Facebook page.
Step 3: Click on the publishing tools in the left menu.
Step 4: Click drafts at the top.
Step 5: Click edit post on the drafted post that you want to edit or publish.
Step 6: To publish the drafts, click and select publish now, then click publish.
Write a post on facebook then when you try to go back they may ask; save this post as a draft or discard post?
If you click Save Drafts To find the drafts again, just create a post again by tapping on the text; what`s on your mind? After, what you have typed before will should appear again. If your post doesn’t show again then the draft is gone.
After reading this article, you should know how to edit and draft posts on Facebook easily.
Note that in the past, Facebook allows allows users to save drafts to a folder for a normal Profile, but they don`t anymore. Since the drafts section on Facebook for personal profiles have been disabled, you can only save drafts on your Facebook page.
In most cases, Facebook lite might not work hence, if you don’t find the features listed in this post, try using the normal Facebook app or Facebook web. You should also ensure that the app is updated for easy accessibility.
To avoid issues caused by Facebook errors, also save your posts on a PDF file on your device.