In our last blog post we showed you how to create playlists to organize your videos on Facebook. In this post we’ll show you step by step how to add a featured video to the top of the videos page on your company’s Facebook page.

Step 1: Log in and navigate to your company’s Facebook page, then click on the “Videos” tab below your cover photo.

*Note that the “Videos” tab may be hidden under the “More” drop down menu.


Step 2: Click on the blue “Add Featured Video” button.


Step 3: Click on the video you want to use as your featured video to select it, then click “Add Featured Video”


Step 4: If you want to change your featured video, click the small pencil icon and choose “Change Featured Video”


Step 5: Click on the video you want to use as your featured video to select it, then click on “Add Featured Video”



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