Posted November 09, 2018 07:22:18 Facebook has released a series of “tweets” designed to help people learn how to use its trending posts feature, which allows users to share photos, posts, news and more with the world.
The feature was created in early 2016 and was meant to be a tool for people to share their news and views on Facebook with their friends and followers.
But Facebook has since removed the feature, saying it’s not useful enough to make users feel like they’re being shared by friends and family.
Instead, the company has built a series that are aimed at “engaging people in more intimate conversations” with their posts, said a Facebook spokesperson in a statement.
The hashtags for the series include:”Posthole diggers,” “posthole” and “post.”
“Postholes” and the “post” are common terms used to refer to postholes, which are posts on Facebook that are posted to an image shared on social media, typically a picture of a posthole, according to the company.
“Posting a post hole means the person who made the post took a picture and then put it up on their wall,” the company said.
“For example, if you’re in a group and a friend of yours makes a post on Facebook about how he wants to get back at you for being a bad neighbor, you could say something like, ‘Hey, I got a post about you.’
You could make a post and say, ‘I want you to stop harassing me,’ and you could also say something in the same tone of voice as ‘I got a great picture.'””
If you share something on Facebook, you can click the link in the post to get the post, and the posthole icon will be there on your wall,” Facebook said.
The “postholes” series is designed to be personalized for each user, the Facebook spokesperson said.
Each of the posts features a photo of a “post hole,” with a caption explaining what it’s about.
For example, a photo could read: “I had a great post hole last week!
The series also includes hashtags to make it easier to share the posts: #postholes, #posting, #dontpostholes and #dudeposthole.