On another Facebook account that I see in my timeline, there was posted a photo album. It's displaying in their timeline as the first 4 photos, and "+10" over the 5th photo. When I click any of the photos here, and step through them, there's clearly 14 (or maybe 15) photos in the loop.

I want to share this album on my timeline, so I chose "Share...", but in the preview window that appears, the 5th photo is different, and it has the number "+100" over it. The text from the post is gone.

(When I click on the album name at the top of the post, it takes me to an album page, which clearly has 100+ photos in it.)

Is there any way to share just the 14 that are in the album on this other person's timeline? I don't want to share a giant 100+ photo album. I don't understand why there's a small album and a big album, but I just want the small one.

  • Its a bit unclear to me. What is small album and big album? There is no small or big album on Facebook.
    – serenesat
    Oct 4, 2016 at 6:45
  • serenesat: Small album = version with 14 photos, big album = version with 100+ photos.
    – Tiny
    Oct 4, 2016 at 16:55
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    I figured out that the small album is the subset of the album in which I'm tagged in a photo. I still haven't figured out a way to share just this subset, or even the text of the post. Even though it appears in my timeline as text + 14 photos, the only way I can share it is as the 100+ photo album, and without the original text.
    – Tiny
    Oct 4, 2016 at 19:39


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