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[Resolved] [Plugin: Facebook] Suggestion: Option to set 'don't autopost' as default

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  • This option will be useful.

    Plugin Contributor Matt Kelly (Facebook)

    @mattwkelly

    @beernews Noted, thanks. We’ll consider adding it and follow up.

    Plugin Contributor Matt Kelly (Facebook)

    @mattwkelly

    Also, could you explain why this useful? There’s nothing stopping folks from copying and pasting the the URL into Facebook itself and posting it. Thanks

    When you don’t want to post it to your facebook/fan page timeline.

    Plugin Contributor Matt Kelly (Facebook)

    @mattwkelly

    @rkovachev Ok. Is that the only option you want– to disable per-page/post publishing to your Fan Page?

    Just a tick to disable for that post only.

    Plugin Contributor Matt Kelly (Facebook)

    @mattwkelly

    Right, but you only want this for posting to Fan Pages? No other types of posting?

    I use the plugin only for my fan pages but other users could use it for their timelines too.

    I only have use for it for the fan page. Others may also want it for the personal profile.

    You are right in that I could just open up my Facebook page and post a status update ‘manually’ though that requires that I either open up a browser tab each time & enter in the URL or keep the tab permanently open. Not to mention, I also post updates to Twitter and Pinterest so that’s just more tabs.

    It’s just a huge convenience. WP to Twitter is a plugin that makes this seamless and I’d highly recommend modeling how this component works with that plugin. It means I have one less tab open.

    I do 20 post updates a day so it’s all about speed and convenience each time I post.

    Thanks!
    Adam

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