When I first started posting content on Facebook, I used the “Like” button to show that I liked a piece of content.
But the buttons weren’t as easy to use as they could have been, and they had some quirks that made it hard to find a perfect button.
Today, I use a more powerful version of the “like” button, which I’m happy to share with you: the “Pin” button.
When you pin a photo, the photo appears next to the “Likes” button on the left side of the Facebook page.
You can pin a specific photo to the left or right side of your Facebook page, or you can pin it to the top or bottom of your page.
This means that, whenever you pin the photo, you’ll see a different photo in the “likes” column on your Facebook newsfeed.
I used to post a photo of a cat with the caption “It’s the cat who loves to eat.”
Then I added the tag “It is.”
This was great because it let me know that the photo had been liked by the cat.
It also made it easier to find the photo if you had trouble finding it on Facebook.
In fact, I can imagine that this would work well for any content.
And if you’re still having trouble pinning a photo to your Facebook wall, you can always use the “View” button from the “About” section of your News Feed page.
It’s a quick way to see a photo’s status and comments, and it’s very similar to the buttons on Pinterest, Pinterest Plus, and the other social media platforms I use.
So how do I use the Pin button to pin photos?
If you’re not sure what the Pin buttons do, you might want to take a look at this handy video.
If you use Pinterest and you want to see the same picture over and over, click the “Show me the pictures I like” button at the top of your screen, then click “View.”
Then click “Pins” and “Pin.”
Once you have a photo pinned, you’re ready to share it.
To share a photo with the Pin, click it in the Facebook news feed and then select “Share photo with friends.”
Then, you should see the message that the pin has been added to your News feed, along with a button to share the photo.
I recommend pinning the photo as much as possible and keeping the Pin pinned to your news feed.
To delete a photo you’ve pinned, click “Delete.”
You’ll see the photo disappear from your News view.
I like to keep my photos on my desktop for now because they’re not going anywhere anytime soon, but I can see how a Facebook photo could get lost in my inbox.
But I know some of you might find the Pin feature useful if you have photos that are just too old or too small to share on social media.
If that’s the case, you could try posting a new photo that’s smaller, and then sharing it with friends via a link from your newsfeed to the new photo.
It’ll look similar to this: I hope this helps!
And if any of you Facebook users have any questions, comments, or concerns, feel free to post them in the comments below.
I’m always happy to answer them!