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You Can Now Edit Your Facebook Posts

By Brian Pasch

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How many times have you posted something to Facebook, only to see that you missed a few spelling errors? 

Well it looks like Facebook has been watching my typing lately! Facebook has finally answered my prayers...and maybe yours as well.

You can now edit the text on a Facebook post by clicking on the drop-down menu, as shown in the example on the right.

Is there a downside regarding this new feature?  For the most part the answer is no but of course this feature could lend to some forms of "bait-and-switch" marketing.

For now, I'm just happy that a post that had good engagement, can be edited for grammatical or spelling errors.  When posts have spelling errors it does create a poor first impression, agreed?

Do you have any editing to do on your Facebook page tonight?

 

Brian

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