Facebook is among the most used social sites in the world and Pakistan is not an exemption. Every region has its own language and people prefer that language to communicate with others. So, different communication apps facilitate the users to use their own regional language but Pakistani people often ask how to write Urdu in Facebook? So, this article is especially for those who love to write Urdu and promote Urdu on different platforms.
Why write Urdu in Facebook?
Urdu is the national language of Pakistan and it promotes the cultural values of Pakistani people. Apart from this, it’s not only in Pakistan that people want to write in their regional language but it is common in many other countries too. For instance, it includes the people of China and South Korea, who love to express themselves in their national language. As a result, people value their own language and culture over western language and culture. Additionally, they are proud of their own language. Therefore, it is one of the ways to develop confidence in Pakistani people to live with their distinct values rather than imitating western values.
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How to write Urdu in Facebook?
You are just a few steps away to send your messages, share posts and comments in Urdu on Facebook. Are you ready?
Click on the ‘Settings’ in your smartphone.
Click on ‘Language and Region’ option.
Find the ‘Region’ option and select your region because according to that, the languages will appear in the ‘Language’ option.
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Select the language from the ‘Language’ option and change the system language to your desired language.
Note: You can have dual/multiple languages on your keyboard too. So, it would be more convenient for you to switch languages on the keyboard.
Now, you can write in Urdu not only on Facebook but in many other apps. So, when are you trying to write Urdu?
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