Facebook Events Page is an amazing privilege given to all Facebook users all for the purpose event awareness. This has been fashioned in a way to help keep users updated on events. Which include events they attended previously and events they have been invited to attend in the latter.
Everyone engages in an event one way or the other in their everyday lives. You and I set reminders on our devices all for the purpose of been notified about events but Facebook Event Page goes beyond that and am going to explain why this is in the following headings of this article.
Features of Facebook Events Page
You don’t need to worry about how this works, that’s why am here. Facebook Events Page is a like a calendar that gives you event notifications. The beautiful thing about this page is that it can be created. The list of event this page provides you with are as follows;
- Attended in time last
- Invited to attend
- You are attending
The Facebook Events Page can be located in your ‘See All’ option which is located at the right side of your Facebook News feed and keeps you updated about events upcoming. That is actually where you can respond to the events.
This is a great way to invite people to your events and you have the choice to respond to these events by clicking on the option ‘No’ or ‘Maybe’. It actually is your choice to make the invitation public or private and one awesome thing about this events page is that anyone can create it.
How to Create A Facebook Events Page
Like I said, this can be created so let me show you how it is done. Take the following steps ;
- At the left menu click ‘Events’ on your news feed
- Select ‘Create Event’ on the left hand side.
- Make the decision if it’s going to be a private or a public event page
- Input the location, time, name and details of the event
- After that click ‘Create’.
You can learn to post your events like this and get people to attend. It is fun when you don’t get money to do IV’s but can get you friends on Facebook to attend your events. Don’t worry this is a unique means to get your friends and relatives to attend any event you want at all.