When it comes to uploading your video to Facebook, we made it as easy as possible. We simply eliminated extra steps. We don't want you to lose momentum in your marketing process. Furthermore, we want you to create, upload, and set your video ad live as quickly as possible. So in this article, we teach you how to use our Upload to Facebook feature.

First, go to your "Published Videos" on "My Videos" page. Find your video, click "Republish" to open the Publish Page.

On the Publish page, you need to click on “Publish to social” button from the right side.

If you do not have any social media pages connected to your Promo account, you will be redirected to the page where you can choose the channel you want to post the video on. You need to click on “Facebook” option.

Note: in case you already have any other social media channels connected to your Promo account, you need to click on the “Account Manager” from the upper right side of the page

In the Account Manager, you can add new channels and Disconnect already existing ones (once a social media page is added, it will be saved in your account)

Choose your FB account or FB page where you want to post the video on, click on “Continue”.

You can add a description to your post and preview how it will look like once it is published. Then click on "Publish Post" - the video will be posted to your Facebook.

You will be redirected to the confirmation screen, if your post is ready you can click on “Publish Post” or click on “Back to Edit” if you want to change anything there.

After you click publish, Facebook will process your video and automatically post it when it's ready.

Note: if you want to post videos on multiple social media pages at once, you need to click on “+ Add Post” button or on the little “+” button below it

When you upload to the ads manager, the video will be saved automatically in your ad account. From there, you can edit the text and make all the changes before setting your video campaign live.

Go to your dashboard to share your video on Facebook now.

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