One means to achieve this is to use the 'See Relationship' choice.
Facebook See Friendship
My friend Andrew has a thing for cars. At one point in 2014, Andrew made the mistake of mentioning he had way too many 'wheeled things'. I screencapped the message, published it, and claimed I 'd reanimate the thread when he got an additional car. Because I'm a nice person that clearly isn't encouraged by pranks ...
Today the unpreventable occurred and he acquired one more cars and truck. I understood the first message was uploaded sometime in 2015. Offered the amount of blog posts I make on a daily, not to mention annual basis, returning with all my blog posts manually just wasn't an alternative. Get in: See Relationship.
Initially, I mosted likely to Andrew's Facebook profile. From there, I clicked the o' so intuitive 'three small dots' button. The first option because fall food selection: See Friendship!
By clicking that alternative, I am required to a special page. This includes posts/photos you've marked your close friend in, posts/photos your close friend has actually marked you in, and any posts where both of you are labelled by a third-party.
From here I simply scrolled down a bit, and voila! I discovered last year's blog post. I had the ability to repost it nearly immediately after he revealed the arrival a shiny new rolled thing.
Since really, just what's an excellent setup if you do not follow up?
If you understand someone's Facebook url off of the top of your head, it's much quicker to access the friendship web page directly. To do this, merely enter the link: https://www.facebook.com/friendship/_yourFBhandle_/_theirFBhandle_.
In my case, this would certainly be: https://www.facebook.com/friendship/tbrannigan/_friendFBhandleGoesHere_.
Unique Thanks to Andrew, that permitted me to use this example in illustrating this function! Andrew is among the creators of Automation Game, and has some rather solid factors for caring cars and trucks. Or at least among the most effective service validation that I've ever seen.