1. 4 years ago 

    HOW TO: Add ALL Friends to an Event on Facebook at Once

    So, you have 1,067 friends, and you want to invite them all to an event right? You go through the process of creating the event, and entering in all of the details, and uploading the flyer, but now here comes the fun part… adding each friend individually. No, there is no, ‘select all’ button, but because you found this article, I will tell you how to do it in 3 EASY steps. (No purchase necessary.)

    Adding ALL your Friends to a Facebook Event at once:

    Step One: Create your event.

    (In case you don’t know how, here goes)

    Click the SEE ALL button next to the events section, which is next to the status update bar, which is at the top right of the screen.

    The next screen shows all of the upcoming events in your network. Click the CREATE AN EVENT button at the top right of the screen.

    Step 2: Edit Your Event:

    Now, add all of your event information (date, time, place, special information), and upload your flyer or picture on the right hand side. Once you have finished this entire step, go ahead and click SELECT GUESTS.

    Step 3: Invite all of your Facebook friends to your event:

    Now here comes the super duper fun part. Gone are the days of clicking on each person individually to invite them. Once the box pops up that allows you to add each friend, clear out the navigation bar, and add this code:

    javascript:elms=document.getElementById(‘friends’).getElementsByTagName(‘li’);for(var fid in elms){if(typeof elms[fid] === ‘object’){fs.click(elms[fid]);}}

    Press enter once you have copied and pasted the code, and then VIOLA! It miraculously adds your entire list of people.

    BONUS: If you are feeling really adventurous, and you have all of your friends broken up into certain filters, you can avoid adding everyone, and just click the filter that you want, and add everyone from that filter using the same technique.

    You can thank me later for saving you or your minions hours of mindless clicking. Or better yet, thank Carly. :)

    Check out my Facebook Page too while you’re at it :)

    Oh yeah, and if you need help, or if you have any other tricks up your sleeves, leave a comment. 

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