How do I find my Facebook page API?

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How do I find my Facebook page API?

Get Started

  1. Before You Start. You will need the following:
  2. Get Your Page ID. Send a GET request to /{user-id}/accounts endpoint: curl -i -X GET “{user-id}/accounts ?
  3. Post as a Page.
  4. Verify Your Post.
  5. Use the Graph Explorer.

Is Facebook API public?

The Page Public Content Access feature allows your app access to the Pages Search API and to read public data for Pages for which you lack the pages_read_engagement permission and the pages_read_user_content permission. Readable data includes business metadata, public comments and posts.

How do I get my Facebook page to feed?

Getting page feed using Access Token, Facebook Graph API

  1. In the facebook developer page, select your app and go to Tools&Support at the top. Then go to Tools>Graph API Explorer.
  2. There will a access token field with some value. It is a temporary access token and would expire soon.
  3. There will a FQL Query field below that.

Can we use Facebook API?

Media companies, celebrities, and social media influencers can share branded content on Facebook. You can use Marketing API to create branded content posts. Or you can also ise the branded content tool in Ads Manager, and the Mentions App.

Does Facebook provide API?

The Graph API is the primary way to get data into and out of the Facebook platform. It’s an HTTP-based API that apps can use to programmatically query data, post new stories, manage ads, upload photos, and perform a wide variety of other tasks.

Can I access Facebook API?

Getting the Access Token: Go to link Again get back to the same link You will see “Graph API Explorer” below “My Apps” in the top right corner. From “Graph API Explorer” drop down, select your app.

How do I convert my Facebook page to RSS?

Here’s how it works:

  1. Click on the Use this Zap button to get started.
  2. Connect your Facebook account, and select the Page you want to use.
  3. Select the information from a recent post to your Page timeline you want to use.
  4. Name your RSS feed, and add the Facebook Page post information to your RSS feed item.

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