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How to Send Photos From Your Phone Directly to Your Facebook Page

Send pictures directly to your fanpage from your phoneYes you can send pictures directly from your phone to your Facebook page (not your profile).

If you use email on your smart phone, you’ll be happy to learn that you can use your email to upload photos to your Facebook page(s), as well as update your Facebook page status via your phone.  Here are the steps:

First, find the email address for your Facebook page:

  • Click “Edit Page” on your fan page
  • Choose “Update Info” from the drop down menu
  • Down the left side you’ll see a series of links. Choose “Mobile”
  • A new page will open up where you’ll see your email address (example:   xxxxxxxx@m.facebook.com)

Now save that email address to your phone as a contact.

You’ll now be able to send your photo or video as an attachment to this e-mail address

To upload a photo:

  • Email the photo to your page’s email address
  • Include a caption in the email subject line
  • Send

To update your status:

  • Write in the email subject line
  • Leave the email body blank
  • Send

Little extras from Facebook

  • This is a confidential email just for your Page – don’t share it with anyone except other admins of this Page.
  • The email subject will be used as the caption of your photo or video if your email contains photo or video.
  • The email subject will be used as your updated status if your email contains no photo or video.
  • Anytime you want, refresh your upload email.

Happy Facebooking…

Please note that this does not apply to iPhone/iPad users. Apparently you have an App that takes care of this for you. I’m sure you’re all gloating too. LOLiPhone: Install the Facebook application and login. Click the “+” sign on the top left corner and then Click “Pages” on bottom right. Select your page — it is now a favorite on your home dock. Now click your page’s icon. To post a photo, click the “camera” icon. To post a status update, tap the “What’s on your mind?” field.