Express Love Thru Facebook Valentine's Day Card 2017
There are so many ways to express your love and feelings to the most valuable person on earth but nothing compares thru a conventional way of doing it-thru Valentine's Day e-Card available on Facebook.
The social media platform and tech giant 'Facebook' has formally announced the official release of Valentine Day Card 2017. It's another feature launched by the company which allows its users to communicate love to the most important people in their lives this Valentine's day.
The electronic cards of Facebook will surely compete the traditional greeting cards of Hallmark. One way or another, the impact of such feature is definitely going to entice more and more people to use it since the e-cards are free of charge!
How to create a charming card for your partner
As of writing, there's no direct link to the Valentine Day Card application in Facebook. All you have to do is to wait and see a greeting in your timeline coming from Facebook which encourages you to use the Valentine card application. The invitation message reads;
Happy Valentine’s Day, [Your Name Here]!
We want to help you celebrate the people you care about. Whether it’s your partner, friends or family, there’s a card to let them know how you feel.
Click the 'Browse Cards' button below the message so you can choose a specific Valentine Day card from the gallery or collections of electronic cards created by Facebook software and graphic engineers.
Once you have chosen the card that you like, just click 'Share' button. You can add a personalize message as well before you hit post.
Don't forget that you can share the personalized Valentine day card to your friend's timeline or to your own timeline.
Happy Valentine's Day everyone! Spread the love and share an e-card on Facebook.
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