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How can I schedule an update to be posted to my Facebook wall, at a certain time in the future? I presume there is no official feature for doing this, but it seems like it should be possible with an external service.

For example, I often write a blog post late at night, or during the weekend. If I mention it on Facebook as soon as I've written it, nobody will see it. I'd prefer to post it the following morning, when more people will be checking Facebook.

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Try schedule-it. It's a Facebook app that lets you set the date and time of a wall post. You could also use it to schedule posts on a friend's wall.

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Does not work anymore. Error message: "This application does not yet support secure browsing (HTTPS)." –  accolade Oct 14 at 7:31

Look at the bottom left corner of the status post box. Type your post as usual, then click the small clock icon in the bottom left of the box to schedule the date/time you want the post to be displayed.

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The clock is no longer there on Facebook. Try Post Planner. It is an app that allows you to schedule posts on Facebook whenever you want.

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Officially Facebook provides this option.
Please look into below link
https://www.facebook.com/help/389849807718635/

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This is only for Facebook Pages - not normal user accounts. –  phantom42 Jul 11 '13 at 16:28
    
Link-only answers are also discouraged. A bit more information about the information provided within the linked page would be helpful. –  Andrew Lott Jul 11 '13 at 16:57

There is a clock there but you cannot pick a date or time before the current time. I guess it is used to determine where to place the post on your timeline.

Facebook help says that you can do this, however.

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