Tag Someone In Facebook Post
So if you have a very large number of friends on your list and you don’t want them to miss out on your post, you can follow the steps listed below to easily tag all of them to your Facebook post.
Note: You as the author of a post only has the option to tag friends in the post.
It is near impossible to tag all of your pals in a post as it is quite time consuming, but today we will show you how you can easily tag all your friends in a Facebook post at a time with a single click.
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How to Tag all your friends to a Status/Post/Comment
Note: With this easy steps, you can only add friends to a text status with no images.
- Start by logging into your Facebook account and locate the post you want to tag all your friends.
- Once you locate the post, open it in a new tab so that only the post is active on the web page.
- Once you copy the code, open the tab created in point two.
- Now press F12 button which will open the Inspect element box.
- After that go to the ‘console tab’ and press CTRL+V to paste the code you copied and hit the enter button.
Note: This is recommended for Google chrome users
With this simple technique you can have hundreds of likes and remarks on your post and become the social media king! In no time.
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