Recently I was updating my status on Facebook in a post to let my friend know about the publication of my book GHOSTS of HIS PAST. I wanted to tag some of the people on my friend list in the post but found I could not tag more than twenty. I went on google to find out how I could tag more than 20 people. I found most of the suggestions a bit confusing and complication. So not fully satisfied with the suggestions I went back to my post and clicked on the icon on the upper right hand corner and there in was in the drop down menu Tag Friends. It was that simple.
So here goes: Write your post, tag your first twenty friends and post to timeline. After you post click on the icon in the upper right hand corner and choose Tag Friends from the drop down list. Once you click on it your friend list will appear and you choose the people you want to tag in your post. When you are done press submit. You can tag up to 90 friends using this method.
8 thoughts on “How to Tag More Than 50 Friends in a Facebook Post”
Hey, thank you for that trip. I am going to use it right now.
Great, glad to be of help!
Thanks for this tip! Going to try it out 🙂
And Thank You for the ‘Follow’ too!!! 😀
You are welcome Patrice!
What a great tip. Thank you! And thank you for following BrewNSpew.
You are welcome!
To Tag more than 50 friends in the replay (comment), you can get the last of their names on an excel file, you can use any scraper tool to get the names, then you can make =CONCATENATE(“a”, Name) on the excel. then paste to the comment.
you still need to make a silly click by mouse on each name to activate the tag on Facebook, but it’s easier than write them one by one.
That’s an interesting suggestion but there is no way it can be easier to tag a friend than to just click the person’s name.
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