This takes you to your Page’s News Feed, where you can see updates from other Pages that you’ve liked while logged in as yours. To the left of the news feed you’ll see a number of options under the word “Apps,” usually including Photos, Questions, Links, and — you guessed it — Notes.
Click “Notes” and the News Feed will be replaced by a page that will say (if you haven’t yet composed any Notes) “No one has written any notes.” There are two places on this page where you can click “Write a Note” — a button and a blue link. Click one to get started!
You’ll be taken to the Note composing screen. Under “Title,” write something short and punchy that lets people quickly identify what the Note is about. The next field — labelled “Body” — is where you type all the content of your note. Below that, you can tag other Pages; depending on their settings and their approval, this may make your note appear on those Pages too. Next, you can attach photos to your Note.
Click “Save Draft” to save your progress without publishing the Note. If you want to see what the Note will look like to readers without publishing it, click “Preview.” And of course, click “Publish” when you’re finished!
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Samuel Axon: Samuel is the Editorial Director supervising Sprout Social's editorial and web content projects. He has years of experience in blogging and social media, having previously worked as an editor at social media and technology news sites Mashable and Engadget. He also helped build the white label web content management system Crowd Fusion from the ground up.