Edit Location, Date, and Time for a Facebook Event on iPhone 6

Edited by Kara, Ash0hley, Eng

Hello and welcome to VisiHow. In this video, I'm going to show you how to edit the location, date, and time for a Facebook event that has already been created.

Steps

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    To start, we need to unlock the phone
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    This way, we can access the home screen with all of the applications on it.
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    Once the home screen appears, then we need to open our Facebook app
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    It's the blue square with the white letter 'f' on it. Give it a single tap, and it will bring us to our News Feed.
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    From here we're going to go to the main Facebook menu
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    It's here under "More" at the bottom right corner of the screen. Give it a tap. It will take us to the main menu.
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    If we look at the second line of the "FAVORITES" menu section, it will say "Events"
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    Give it a tap. It will take us to our events.
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    If we are having trouble trying to find our event in the list of current events, tap on "Upcoming"
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    Then pick "Hosting"
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    It will give us events that we have created and are hosting.
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    Tap on the event to view details about it
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    The very first option here is "Edit"
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    It has a little pencil icon. Tap on this. We can edit the description, location, date, and time.
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    Let's start with tapping on "Location"
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    Facebook will show us some suggested locations.
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    Scroll down and choose one that we like
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    Let's select "Turtle Lake". The location will change.
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    Now, tap on "Date & Time"
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    On the lower portion of the screen, is where we can change the date
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    We can scroll through the date and the time until we are happy.
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    To save our changes, tap twice on "Done", in the top right-hand corner of our screen
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    This will close the "Edit Event" section. It may take a second or two. Wait for it to load.
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    Now the location, date, and time of the event are different
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    We can see the changes in the main event on the News Feed. Also, people that are signed up for this page, or who have joined the event will receive the update about the changes.
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    You have just watched me changing the location, date, and time of the event that I've previously created on Facebook using the iPhone 6
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    If you have any additional questions about how Facebook or any related applications work, then please leave them in the "Comments" section below. Thanks for watching VisiHow, bye-bye.
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Video: Edit Location, Date, and Time for a Facebook Event on iPhone 6

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iPhone show post wrong time just post and then iPhone see 14 hours later?

People just post then my phone shows that 14 hours later

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Recent edits by: Ash0hley, Kara

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