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You can now schedule posts for a Facebook page. You can prepare a post and schedule it to appear later by adding a date and time in the future before you post it. You can schedule a post up to 6 months in advance in 15-minute intervals. From your Page's sharing tool: Choose the type of post you want to add to your Page * Click the clock ...


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Unfortunately, this is apparently an intentional change in the new auth dialog, which is now in the process of being rolled out to all users and all applications. You may want to avoid adding any apps that require this information.


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You can often disable this permission after adding an app to your account. Go to your Privacy Settings Apps and Websites -> "Edit Settings" Apps you use -> "Edit Settings" Find the app you want to revoke the permission for, click the row for the app, then click the "x" to revoke any unwanted permissions on the app.


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HootSuite Allows you to do this. There is both a free & paid version.


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Unfortunately not. Facebook does not allow the end user who uses Facebook connect to see all of your information across the web that uses the Facebook login. Here's the Facebook page to see how Facebook connect works. Facebook does allow you to see in your account settings which apps/pages you have authorized to connect to your Facebook account, as well as ...


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One solution is to use this Facebook plugin: https://developers.facebook.com/docs/reference/plugins/comments/


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You can create a second Facebook account with your business email address and set that account as a co-owner of that Facebook page. Alternatively, you can setup a auto-forward rule inside Gmail.


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I believe that this could be regarded (by Facebook) as a feature, rather than a bug. I can't find it now, but am certain that I've seen a reference to it in Facebook's documentation, with a comment that the "fix" it to switch back to using FB as yourself instead of as a page.


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No it is not possible, you cannot control where a user decides to post his comment. This will negate comment ownership, the user did not authorize the website to post on the page wall only in the comments plugin. You can however maybe include a Facebook tab with the fb:comments shown. If the fb:comments span more than one blog post then you may need to ...


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