In our last blog post we showed you how to upload and share your videos to your company's Facebook page. In this post we'll show you step by step how to create playlists to organize your videos on Facebook. If you've already created playlists and just want to add more videos to them, you can skip to step 6 below. You can also add a video to a playlist in the settings when you first upload the video.
Step 1: Log in and navigate to your company's Facebook page, then click on the "Videos" tab in the left side menu.
Step 2: Scroll down to the "Playlists" section and click on the pencil icon in the top right corner, then on "Add Playlist" in the drop down menu.
Step 3: Enter a title and description for your playlist and then click "Next".
Step 4: Click on each of the videos that you want to add to the playlist. Once you have selected all of the videos you want to add, click "Next".
Step 5: Click and drag the video thumbnails to reorder them however you want, or select a preset order from the drop down menu (most viewed first, most recent first, or shortest duration first), then click "Create Playlist".
Step 6: If you need to add more videos to a playlist, navigate to your page's video tab and scroll down to the "Playlists" section. Move your mouse over the playlist that you want to add videos to, click on "Edit Playlist", and choose "Change Videos" from the drop down menu.
Step 7: Select any videos you want to add to the playlist, then click "Save".
You can create and add your videos to as many playlists as you want.
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