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For Twitter favorites, I am using IFTTT so that every time I favorite something on Twitter, a new entry is added to my Pocket queue.

Could the same be achieved for Facebook likes somehow?

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IFTTT currently has no liked a new post trigger. – kleinfreund Jun 13 '13 at 11:32
This solution is not precisely for your question, but you can add to Pocket whatever you Share on Facebook timeline. – yurkennis Jan 5 '14 at 15:46
Alternatively and for future, make sure to vote for Facebook-Pocket integration promised by Zapier. – yurkennis Jan 5 '14 at 15:47

Still not currently possible with IFTTT, since there is no "Like" trigger for the Facebook channel.

The closest analog you can get (right now) is to capture "link posts" that you create. If you "like" something, post a link to it.

New link post by you trigger

This Trigger fires every time you create a new link post on Facebook.

You can build a recipe off of this to save your link post to whatever service can take it, like Pocket. (Or, use one that someone else has already built, like this one.)

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