How to Send an Email to More Than One Facebook Friend

Written by william mccoy
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How to Send an Email to More Than One Facebook Friend
Sending Facebook messages to multiple friends is an easy process. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images News/Getty Images)

Writing a message on a Facebook friend's wall is an effective way to get in touch with him. However, if you wish to relay information that is private or that you otherwise don't want people reading, you can contact Facebook friends through the site's mail message system. If you wish to contact more than one friend in a single message, you can add multiple recipients to your Facebook mail message so they'll each receive it.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy


  1. 1

    Log in to your Facebook account by visiting the Facebook website and typing in your e-mail address and password.

  2. 2

    Click "Messages," which is located in the vertical menu down the left side of your home screen.

  3. 3

    Press the "+ New Message" button, which is found on the top-right corner of the screen.

  4. 4

    Type the name of one friend in the box designated "To" and then type the names of other friends you wish to include in the message. If you wish to message people who don't have Facebook accounts, you can type an e-mail address into the box, but you must message them individually.

  5. 5

    Type a subject line in the boxed marked "Subject:" and compose your mail message in the large box at the bottom of the window. When you're finished writing it, press the blue "Send" button. If your version of Facebook does not have a subject line, you will not be able to enter one.

Tips and warnings

  • You can only message up to 20 Facebook friends at a time.

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