How To @Everyone On Facebook

Facebook, a highly sought-after social networking site, provides a vast array of functionalities that enhance effortless and enjoyable communication and interaction. Yet, unlike some other platforms such as Discord, Facebook does not have a direct ‘@everyone’ feature. Nevertheless, there are comparable alternatives that effectively enable you to connect with all members of a group or your friends.

Mentioning Everyone in a Facebook Group

If you’re trying to notify everyone in a specific Facebook group, you can utilize the following steps:

  1. Go to the specific group where you want to ‘@everyone’.
  2. Start writing a new post.
  3. Click on the ‘Tag Friends’ option.
  4. Select all the members that you want to notify. Unfortunately, Facebook doesn’t allow you to select all members at once, so you’ll have to do this individually.
  5. Once you’ve selected everyone, publish the post. Everyone tagged will receive a notification.

Mentioning All Friends in a Post

If you’re trying to reach everyone on your friend list, you can use a similar method:

  1. Start creating a new post on your timeline.
  2. Click on the ‘Tag Friends’ option.
  3. Begin typing and selecting the names of the friends you wish to notify. Again, there is no ‘select all’ option so this will need to be done individually.
  4. After you’ve selected everyone, publish the post. All tagged friends will get a notification.

Please note that continuously tagging a large number of people in your posts can be considered as spam behavior by Facebook and may lead to limitations on your account.

Alternative: Creating a Public Post

Another way to reach everyone is by making a public post. This will not notify everyone directly, but the post will be visible to all your friends and anyone who visits your profile.

To make a post public, simply select ‘Public’ in the drop-down menu next to the ‘Post’ button before you publish.


While Facebook might not offer a direct ‘@everyone’ feature, these alternatives can be effective in reaching all your friends or group members. Remember to use these features sensibly to avoid being flagged as spam by Facebook.