How do I share a Facebook post on API?

How do I share a Facebook post on API?

Yes, you can share using the graph2 api. The way you do it is to use /feed edge and pass the post’s url that you want to share as the link. Standard Fb permissions to the post you are sharing do apply.

How do I embed code in Facebook post?

Getting your Code from a Post

  1. Navigate to your Post. You can get the embed code directly from the post itself. If the post is public, click on the icon that appears in the top right corner of the post on Facebook.
  2. Copy and Paste Code. You will see a dialog appear with the code to embed your post in it.

How can I post on Facebook using Java?

Short-lived User Access Token Select your application and your page in the right box. Be sure to have the permissions manage_pages and publish_pages. Click “Get Access Token” and the token will be right on top of the button. Note: If you don’t have any application, simply create a new one following the interface.

Can you put html in a Facebook post?

Only tags you can use in a status or post, are facebook pages and friends . Messages/chat used to have options of bold and underline, but not anymore. And no html tags anywhere on fb are supported. You can use Facebook Notes, if you want to add formatting to text.

How do you post html files on Facebook?

How to Embed HTML on Facebook

  1. Log in to your Facebook account.
  2. Click the “Edit Page” button in the top-right corner.
  3. Click “Browse more applications,” located below the list of “Added Apps” in the center.
  4. Select the “Static FBML” app from the list of results.
  5. Click “Allow.” From the drop-down menu, select your page.

How can I create a Facebook API?

API Integration Setup

  1. Step 1: Create a Developer App. Go to Facebook for developers and click My Apps > Create App.
  2. Step 2: Create a System User.
  3. Step 3: Assign Assets.
  4. Step 4: Generate a System User Access Token.
  5. Step 5: Generate a Page Access Token.
  6. Step 6: Connect Your App to a Commerce Account.
  7. Step 7: Start Building.