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I used to configure Facebook to automatically pull from my blog and generate Notes, but I don't want anymore.

Unfortunately, the settings for this system seem to have changed, and I can't find the Notes' settings anymore. Any idea where it is?

Note: I was not using twitterfeed or any third-party application, but the Facebook-provided feature described here.

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You can type "Notes" into the search bar at the top when you're logged in. First result is "Notes (App)" which you click through to.

On the left side of the Notes page, you'll see Edit Import Settings as the last item.

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Exactly what I was looking for! – nic Mar 2 '11 at 3:03

This is no longer supported.

Importing a blog or RSS feed to your personal Facebook account is no longer available. If you want to share your blog posts on Facebook, you can:

  • Use Facebook Notes to customize your blog posts in a rich format that's compatible for readers on Facebook
  • Link directly to your blog posts from your status
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+1 Indeed. Strange that they would drop this feature. I guess I will have to find a third-party app that does the same thing. – nic Nov 13 '12 at 14:59

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