The article that appears next to your Facebook post on the website can be tricky to find and share, especially when the person who published it didn’t add a “like” button.
Fortunately, a new feature in the Facebook Instant articles app makes it easier to get around this problem.
The feature, which is available on Android, lets users quickly and easily add a comment, or an image, or even text to an article and share it across multiple social networks.
Facebook is the only platform on which you can get this feature.
The service allows users to add a link or link text to their articles, and then select the social network to which they’d like to share the link.
For example, you can use the feature to share an article with the following text: Facebook Instant article: A recent study by Harvard found that people who have Facebook posts appear on the front page of news outlets in more than 90 percent of the cases.
This makes Facebook an ideal platform for getting a broader audience to read articles, because users who see articles posted on Facebook may not be the ones who actually read the articles.
Facebook’s Instant Articles feature has been available for a while, but it hasn’t made it into Android apps yet.
But now that the feature is here, it will be available in the Android version of the Facebook app.
Here’s how you can enable the feature in your Facebook Instant News article.
Go to Facebook’s News Feeds page Go to the article page Tap the Edit menu at the top right of the page Select the ‘Show articles from the same source’ checkbox Click the green + next to the link text.
Now your article will be shared across Facebook and Google+.
If you want to share multiple articles in your article, you’ll need to choose the social networks you’d like the article to be shared to.
Here are a few ways to do this: Tweet to a friend or group You can tweet to a Facebook friend or an anonymous group, or you can add the hashtags of your article.
You can also add a personal photo, if you want your article to feature that.
Facebook users can also embed images, so if you’re sharing a photo with a link, the text of the link will be displayed in the text box on the top of the article.
If you’re creating an article for an unknown social network, you should also make sure you include the social media network’s username.
When a user posts your article on Facebook, you need to give them permission to read it.
If they don’t, you won’t see their post on Facebook.
When they do, you get an error message and Facebook will block your article from appearing on the site.
But you can still see the content in your Instant Articles page, so it won’t appear to Facebook users if they’re reading the article elsewhere.
For more information, see Facebook’s Facebook Instant Stories article.