Applications like Buffer will help you to post status updates on Facebook, Twitter and other social networks in various timings. Instead of sharing in random timings, status updates at the right time will have a very good reach. So, Buffer and many similar applications, will share the updates on right time and help your content to reach more people. Today, I’ve come with one such Chrome extension called “Facebook Favorite”, which helps you to save posts from Facebook and organize them in a single place for later use.
You can download Facebook Favorite from the link at the end of this post. Once you complete the installation, the extension icon will be available near to your URL bar. All the saved posts and links can be accessed from there. After installing the extension, refresh your Facebook account if you have already logged in. You will see a “Favorite” option below all the posts on your Facebook wall. All you have to do is, just hit the “Favorite” button over there. Posts will be saved automatically in the extension cache.
All the posts will be organized based on the timings you save. Recent posts will be available on the top of the feed. You can see all the saved posts by clicking the Facebook Favorite icon near to the URL bar. Scroll down to see all the posts you’ve saved. In the left panel, you have options to clear cache and switch to full screen mode. Posts can easily be shared on Facebook and deleted individually. Though it looks very simple, it will be very helpful for people who manage pages and run campaigns on Facebook. You can also save the posts to “Pocket” app right from the extension.
One of the important advantages of this extension is, you can always share interesting contents without spamming people’s wall. If you are a regular user of Facebook, this extension is worth giving a try in your Chrome browser. Try the app and share your experience with us in the comments. Thanks for reading, do share this post with your friends.