SNAP Features: All Facebook Post TypesSNAP Features: All Facebook Post Types
SNAP can make several different types of posts to Facebook.
Here is the list of them all with settings and examples.
1. Simple text post.
Creates a text post. No images, no attachments. You can insert link back to your post using %URL% tag.
2. Image Post – big image with text message.
Uploads an image with text description. Image linked to internal facebook page with bigger image. You can insert link back to your post in the description using %URL% tag.
3. Text Post with “shared” blogpost.
*Most popular post type*. Text message with image linked back to the original source, title and short description.
Recently Facebook introduced new “big image” layout for shared posts. This layout will appear automatically if the image meet the size criteria. More info here: Facebook: New “big image” layout
Also please see How to format Facebook post with shared/attached link
Settings (large sized image is selected):
If the image doesn’t meet the size criteria, shared posts layout will be different.
Settings (smaller image is selected):
4. Text Post with “attached” blogpost.
Text message with small image linked back to the original source, title and short description.
Limit Autoposting Speed
Autopost New Blogposts
Send a quick post to all configured social networks without creating a WordPress blogpost.
Additional URL Parameters
See what was posted
Export/Import Plugin settings
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