Auto-import comments from Facebook and replies from Twitter as WordPress CommentsAuto-import comments from Facebook and replies from Twitter as WordPress Comments
Plugin has an ability to check Facebook and Twitter for new comments/replies/mentions and import them as WordPress comments.
Go to the SNAP Settings->Other Settings and activate “Comments Import”. Select how many recent posts to track. Setting two many can degrade your website’s performance. 10-20 posts are recommended.
Plugin will check hourly for new comments then automatically import them and add to your posts as WordPress comments. You can also click the “Import Comments” button to get them manually.
If you have official Disqus plugin activated, comments will be imported to WP and they also will be imported to Disqus.
** Google+ Comments Import is coming soon..
** Added in version 2.5
Limit Autoposting Speed
Importing many posts at once? Not a problem. SNAP can query your autoposts and publish them one by one in defined time intervals.
Autopost New Blogposts
SNAP will automatically post your newly published blogposts (pages, events, products, custom post types) to all your defined social media accounts.
SNAP can autopost blogposts, pages, WooCommerce products, and any other "Custom Post Types"
URL Shorteners: bit.ly, goo.gl, Rebrandly, YOURLS and built in WordPress URL Shortener
Export/Import Plugin settings
You Export and Import all plugin settings as backup or to move it to another site
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