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Creating a Facebook event lets you invite friends, keep people informed about event details, and keep a running tally of who's coming.

To create a new event, click "Events" on the left side of the home page and then select "Create Event" in the top right.

Add a "Name" and any "Details" you want to provide.

Next, click into the "Add a place" box and type in a location or address.

If you select one of the suggested locations from the dropdown, your event will feature a map and people attending can get directions to that location.

In the boxes below, select the start date and time.

Click "End time" to add the end date and time for your event.

Click "Invite Friends" in the lower-left and check the box next to each friend you want to attend, then click "Save." In the dropdown, select whether you want to open the event to the "Public," to "Friends of Guests" only, or just to those you "Invite." If you choose "Invite Only," you'll have the option to choose whether or not guests can invite friends.

Click "Create" when you're ready.

Event1. An alert or triggered notification; 2. a Web page created on Facebook that contains time and location details for an occasion; 3. a Web-based overview of an offline happening.FacebookThe world's largest social networking platform; it is used to communicate and share content with users' friends and family around the world.FriendA connection to another profile on Facebook which gives a person additional channels of communication to that user. Click1. The pressing of a mouse pointer on a link; 2. a tracked metric of users that click on a specific element.Facebook Ads1454Create a Facebook Event
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