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How to Edit Your Facebook Post After Posting

Same as the other social platforms. Facebook does not permit you to edit the images once you have posted it. After uploading the images, you are not able to alter it. If you want to edit your Facebook post after posting, then follow the instructions mentioned in this article.

Here’s how to edit your Facebook post after posting

  • Replacing the image in your post

Here are the steps mentioned below to replace the picture in your post:

  1. Search for the picture in your Facebook post.
  2. Press on the three horizontal dots symbol.
  3. It is located in the top right-hand side of the Facebook post.
  4. Choose the Edit Post button.
  5. It is located in the pull-down list.
  6. Press on the Plus symbol.
  7. It is located in the empty thumbnail option.
  8. Search for the edited version of the image.
  9. Start uploading the image.
  10. Press on the X option.
  11. It is located at the top right-hand side of the image thumbnail.
  12. Press on the Save option.
  • Replacing the image in your comment

Follow the instructions given below if you want to replace the image in the Facebook comment:

  1. Search for the command which contains the image.
  2. Press on the three little dots symbol given near to the comment.
  3. Click on the Edit button.
  4. Press on the X option.
  5. It will delete the current image.
  6. Press on the search bar of the comment.
  7. Click on the Shift and Enter keys together.
  8. It is given on the system keyboard.
  9. It will launch any other column.
  10. Press on the Camera symbol.
  11. Choose the edited version of the image.
  12. Press on the search bar once again.
  13. Click on the Enter option.
  • Changing the photo URL in your Facebook comment

Do you want to edit your Facebook post after posting? Then you can do so by changing the photo URL by opening the Facebook comment which you want to edit. Here are the steps mentioned below to do so:

  1. Search for the comment which is the reason for this issue.
  2. Press on the three little symbols.
  3. It is given near to the Facebook comment.
  4. Click on the Edit button.
  5. Remove the URL of the image.
  6. You need to change it with the new image.
  7. Press on the Save option.

 Margret is a technical writer and her background is in engineering. She has been covering IT-related subjects like AI, Operating Systems, Latest Trends, Software, Cybersecurity, and Printer Support for a long time. She writes blogs, guides, white papers, and essays on several platforms. Her appreciated work mainly comes on printer support, lexmark printer support etc.

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