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?"
I think it is related to privacy, and it is to avoid shallow judgment by others. Also, some people may not want people to find out information about themselves such as "seems like he is not at home at a certain time."
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?