It’s not uncommon for people to get annoyed and want to make a complaint about someone else’s post, but it’s not always clear how to do that on Facebook.
That’s why we’ve created a handy guide to posting a negative Facebook comment.
Read moreRead moreHow to post negative commentsOn Facebook, you can use the “Report” link at the bottom of posts to add a link to your comment.
It’ll ask you for your name, phone number, and email address.
You can then add the following text:What you should writeThe text should be the following:I don’t agree with the content of the comment.
The person has made a bad comment and I’m not going to like it.
I would like to hear from the person who posted the comment in question.
If you want to share your opinion, you’ll need to follow the “Share” button at the top of the page.
But first, let’s look at how to respond to a negative post on Facebook, according to this handy guide.
Step 1: Read your comment aloudWhat you need to do:Before you start, read your comment out loud.
You don’t need to be in front of your computer or in front a video screen.
Your comment should sound like it comes from your mouth.
It should be concise, and it should be short.
For example, the following would be a good start:I am disappointed in your post.
The post was poorly written.
I have no problem with a good post, and I appreciate you asking me to comment.
But I don’t like the way you posted it.
The fact that you have posted it is bad.
If you have not read the post, then please read the whole thing before you respond.
Step 2: Write your own responseStep 2a: Identify your post’s topicStep 2b: Identifying your post subjectStep 3: IdentifierYour post is a comment.
You want to identify the subject of your comment by the following three things: the subject, the body of the post and the body.
This is called the “Body of the Post” or the “body of the thing.”
The Body of the Posts section is the section of the article that contains your comment and the post you want the person to reply to.
Your body of your post is usually the following.
For this example, I’ll call it the “First comment” section.
It includes your full name, first name, and first name last name, email address, phone # and the subject line of your original post.
For this example:Your first comment section is a list of all the comments that have been made to you by people who commented on your post, along with the comments of people who have replied to you.
The “First Comment” section also includes a link that directs people to a form where they can make a direct comment to you about their comments.
For a complete list of this and other sections, see the Facebook Comments Guide.
Step 3a: How to write your own commentYour comment section should contain the following elements: your full Name, first and last name and the first and/or last name last names of the person you are commenting on, your phone number and the phone number last name of the individual who posted your comment, your email address and the email address last name if you have replied, your body of text, and your body link.
You don’t have to include all of these elements in your comment section.
For an example of how to write a simple comment section, see this page on how to add text to your post to help readers understand your message.
For a list with more details, see how to comment on your posts in Facebook.
Step 4: Send the commentYour post has been accepted by Facebook.
You’ll be notified when your comment has been published, which will happen within 15 to 30 minutes.
The Facebook comment process can take up to three business days, depending on the number of comments posted.
To send a reply to your comments, you need two things: an email address associated with your comment you want your reply to be sent to, and a link pointing to a copy of the response you’d like your reply posted.
For the email, you should use a subject line like this:I would appreciate your reply and would like your response.
To make a comment, follow these steps:Step 5: Send your replyWhen your comment is published, you’re almost done with your response, so now’s the time to send your reply.
You need to send it to the person whose comment you’re responding to.
For our example, let us say your reply was sent to the following person:Step 6: Make sure your reply has been sentStep 6a: Read the comment aloudStep 6b: Write the replyStep 7: Send it to themYour reply will be sent via email.
You should get an email from the sender with the body and link, as well as the text of your reply, if any