Post and Schedule Facebook Reels
Discover the simple steps to post and schedule Facebook Reels right from NapoleonCat's Publisher
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Written by Mikołaj
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Reels are an excellent way to showcase engaging short-form video content! As this exciting format becomes a hot trend, you're probably eager to jump on the bandwagon.

Good news: NapoleonCat's Publisher makes it super easy to schedule, post, and manage your Facebook Reels, all from one platform. Say goodbye to switching between multiple tools — and enhance your social media presence on Facebook like a champ. 🥇

Let's jump right in.

How to post Facebook reels with NapoleonCat

Just follow these easy-peasy steps:

  1. Go to the Publisher

  2. Create a post by hitting the yellow + button:

  3. Add your Facebook profile (1), select *Reel* (2), upload your reel (3), add a description to your reel, and then either schedule the reel to go live on a specific date (4), or toggle off *Schedule post* (5) – and post your reel right away. 👇🏽


✨The best part? You can post Reels to both Facebook and Instagram at the same time. Just remember to tick the boxes for both platforms on the left-hand side while creating your post, and choose Reel for each channel's video options.

Facebook's specs and guidelines for reels

To make your Reel shine on Facebook, keep these handy specs and guidelines in mind:

Video format: MOV or MP4

Video codec: HEVC or H264

Frame rate: 23-60 FPS

Aspect ratio: 9:16

Duration: At least 3 seconds, up to 90 seconds

File size: 100MB maximum (supported by NapoleonCat)

Who will see your reels

When you post Reels using NapoleonCat, they'll be visible to everyone, both on and off Facebook. They might pop up in the Feed, Watch section, and other spots on Facebook. Other folks may use your audio in their Reels too.

And there you have it. You're all set to rock Facebook Reels with NapoleonCat's Publisher. Happy Reel-making!

🗨️ Our Customer Success team is just a whisker away! Reach out to us on chat in the bottom right-hand corner and we'll help you out.

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