SOM Centennial Header

Facebook/Twitter Cover Images

UNCG Auditorium Chandelier
UNCG Music Building
UNCG Music Building
Organ Hall Facebook Cover
Tew Recital Hall Facebook Cover Photo
Collage Finale Facebook Cover

Wallpapers

Centennial Desktop Wallpaper Chandelier
Centennial Desktop Wallpaper Music Building

General posting tips and ideas

  • Tag UNCG School of Music Facebook (@uncgsom) and Instagram (@uncgsom) accounts in your posts.
  • Tag friends, locations, and venues in your posts with @ + their username.
  • Share posts from our Instagram page to your story. Read here for instructions.
  • Share the link to our Centennial site in your posts. If posting to Instagram, use #linkinbio, or “Link in bio” in copy, and then place the URL in your profile.
  • Make your posts unique! Share why you are personally excited to celebrate our 100th Anniversary.

Important hashtags

#uncgsom
#uncgsom100

Facebook

Create a new post

  • Write your post in the “What’s on your mind?” section.
  • Click on the drop-down menu directly below your name.
  • You will see the “Who can see your post?” options.
  • Select “Public.”

Edit an existing post

  • Click on the ellipsis icon (…) located to the right of the existing post.
  • Select “Edit Post.”
  • Click on the drop-down menu directly below your name.
  • You will see the “Who can see your post?” options.
  • Select “Public.”

Instagram

On Instagram, your profile must be public to make your posts public. Unlike Facebook, you cannot selectively edit post visibility.

  • On your profile page, tap the three lines in the top right corner.
  • Select “Settings,” and then “Privacy.”
  • Beneath “Connections,” you should see “Account Privacy.”
  • Make sure the “Private Account” toggle is switched to off.

Twitter

On Twitter, you must make your profile public to make your posts public. Unlike Facebook, you cannot edit visibility on individual posts.

  • In the top menu, tap your profile icon, then select “Settings and privacy.”
  • Tap “Privacy and safety.”
  • Under Tweets, make sure the “Protect your Tweets” toggle is switched to off.

Making a post public

In order to reach as many people as possible, we suggest making your posts “Public.” See below on how to make your posts public on different platforms.