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  • Hi,

    I’m getting notifications from Facebook regarding our website’s app – that I have to enable the July 2013 migration.

    The only use we make for the app is the Facebook comments, and it seems from reading that some things are going to change regarding the comments plugin in July.

    My question is: are you going to update this plugin to meet these changes? Is there anything I should be worried about?

    Many thanks,


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  • I too have been looking for this answer. I thought perhaps there was a setting I could enable or change on my end but I do not see one. If the developer or anyone else is aware of what needs to be done to make sure it’s fixed let me know.

    Specifically, the error I am being told is that it is not setup to allow for Threaded Comments.

    Well according to the Developer Roadmap, the only changes I can see that may or may not have an effect on “SEO Facebook Comment” are:

    Deprecating ‘comments’ field from ‘stream’ FQL table
    We are deprecating the ‘comments’ field from ‘stream’ FQL table. Please select the ‘comment_info’ column to fetch the ‘can_comment’ and ‘comment_count’ fields (formerly called ‘can_post’ and ‘count’), and use the comment table directly to retrieve the list of comments.

    Removing ‘xid’, ‘reply_xid’, ‘username’ and ‘comments’ from ‘comment’ FQL table
    We are removing the fields on the FQL ‘comment’ table that were used exclusively for legacy Comments Plugins — ‘xid’, ‘reply_xid’, ‘username’ and ‘comments’. We now treat comments the same across plugins and within Facebook. Please query for comment replies left on the plugin the same way as you would for other comments.

    Removing ‘count’ from ‘comments’ Graph API connection
    We are removing the undocumented ‘count’ field on the ‘comments’ connection in the Graph API. Please request ‘{id}/comments?summary=true’ explicitly if you would like the summary field which contains the count (now called ‘total_count’)

    I’m not sure, to be honest, if the July changes will have any effect at all – but thought it would be best to inquire with the developer of “SEO Facebook Comment”.


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