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Why do so many Facebook pages these days post plain text without any links?

Why do so many Facebook pages these days post plain text without any links?

Does a one-sentence post appear without a link? It is not necessarily the site that made the error.

Those who regularly use Facebook for business purposes know full well that the definition behind it is not always on top of the situation. You often encounter many minor or major errors that cause inconvenience. In the case of a magazine that publishes news and articles, this is clearly exaggerated.

The other day we ran into another ‘cool’ bug, and it looks like we’re not alone.

We are not revealing a big secret when we say that we do not publish all our articles on Facebook the moment we write them, we usually schedule the materials in advance on and at the same time on Facebook (as well as on our other platforms). However, it may happen that very important news arrives, so we will reschedule and delete previously scheduled posts in advance.

Well, this is when the latest Facebook bug might appear, as a result of which the already selected post disappears from the timed posts, but later becomes active on its own, now without any reference. So the linked article doesn’t stay there, just the accompanying text that was entered earlier.

If you see a similar post, it could easily be this error behind it.

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