How To Find Your Draft Posts On Facebook

Have you ever started writing a post on Facebook, only to realize that you’re not ready to share it yet? Maybe you got interrupted, or perhaps you just changed your mind. Whatever the reason, Facebook allows you to save your unfinished posts as drafts, so you can come back to them later. In this article, I’ll show you how to find your draft posts on Facebook and how to manage them.

Step 1: Accessing Your Drafts

To access your draft posts on Facebook, you’ll first need to log in to your account. Once you’re logged in, navigate to your profile page. From there, click on the “More” button, which is usually located just below your cover photo. A dropdown menu will appear, and you’ll want to select the “Manage Posts” option.

On the “Manage Posts” page, you’ll see a tab labeled “Your Drafts.” Click on this tab to view all of your saved draft posts.

Step 2: Viewing and Editing Draft Posts

After clicking on the “Your Drafts” tab, you’ll be able to see a list of all your draft posts. Facebook organizes these posts chronologically, with the most recent drafts appearing at the top.

To view and edit a specific draft post, simply click on it from the list. This will open the post editor, where you can make changes, add more content, or delete the draft entirely.

It’s important to note that draft posts on Facebook are not automatically saved as you type. To make sure your changes are saved, click on the “Save Draft” button located in the bottom left corner of the post editor. If you navigate away from the page without saving, your changes will be lost.

Step 3: Deleting Draft Posts

If you no longer need a draft post and want to remove it from your list, you can easily delete it. To do this, open the draft post in the post editor and click on the three dots menu in the upper right corner. From the dropdown menu, select “Delete Post” and confirm your decision when prompted.

Deleting a draft post is permanent, so make sure you’re certain before taking this step. Once deleted, the draft post cannot be recovered.


Having the ability to save draft posts on Facebook can be incredibly useful. It allows you to start writing without the pressure of immediate sharing and gives you the flexibility to come back to your ideas later. By following the simple steps outlined in this article, you can easily find and manage your draft posts on Facebook. So next time you have an unfinished post, you’ll know exactly where to go!