Short question is: if I post on Facebook, can I omit the part about posting at 2:30am, but just "Posted June 3, 2020"?
Sometimes I am too tired after work, so I may sleep around 6pm and then wake up around 2am.
Then I may play a little Animal Crossing on the Nintendo Switch. Sometimes I did something great, such as able to fish a whale shark. Now that's no crime, but if I post to Facebook as a public post, I don't want my coworkers and managers, being able to see it some day, think or have the judgment that "wow this guy is playing Animal Crossing at 2:30am... hm..."
I think the same with the situation: if we went through some tough time to fix something on the website during a workday, deployed it, and now I have a coffee break at 3:30pm for 15 minutes and I played some Animal Crossing, and there is a post I wanted to post on my profile and also share with a Facebook Animal Crossing group, is there a way to post it as "June 5, 2020, 3:35pm" which might give a wrong impression about "what is he doing during a workday?"
So I hope to have the post, at least after a few days, just to say, "Posted June 3, 2020" instead of "Posted June 3, 2020, at 2:30am". Is that possible?