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Post hasty with Upload Rabbit for Facebook

Upload pictures and videos to your Facebook account with this free, easy tool.

It's not difficult to upload photos and videos to your Facebook account, but some users would like to make posting pictures on Facebook as easy as it can be. They need Upload Rabbit for Facebook, a free tool that uses a simple wizard to help users post pictures and videos to their Facebook page. It can create folders, post to your Wall, and let you choose whether to share your pictures and videos with everyone or just friends. However, its drag-and-drop interface and capability to stay logged in to your Facebook account make it a great choice for heavy users, too.

Upload Rabbit's interface is extremely simple, with buttons to select either images or videos and a simple but effective diagram depicting how the program works. We selected Upload Photos and clicked Next. We could drag and drop images into the program's target or browse to files to add. Next came the Accounts page, where we could log in to our Facebook page by allowing various levels of access. Once we were logged in, we could simply click our Account photo to access our image files. Next we chose where to publish our pics: on the wall, in a new or existing album, or as a new profile picture. Once we'd selected a destination, Upload Rabbit did the rest, rapidly uploading our pictures and tracking the action with green progress bars. We could click a button to view our posted image in our browser. Next we uploaded a short video, which took longer to post but was just as easy. When we clicked finished, the program asked us if we wanted to upload more files. Clicking yes returned us to the start of the wizard; clicking no closed the program.

It's hard to image an easier or faster way to post pictures and videos on Facebook than with Upload Rabbit. If you'd like to post most stuff but feel a bit intimidated by the process, it can help. And heavy posters might just like its time-saving steps.

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