Facebook: F8

  • Live blog: Day two keynote at Facebook F8

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  • Facebook exposes Page posts’ Reaction counts through new API

    … of Reaction on their posts when brands access that data through a third-party dashboard. On Tuesday during its F8 developer conference, Facebook introduced a Reactions API that would let those dashboards request the Reactions-specific data. Brands that use these third-party tools to monitor their Pages’ performance will be able to see the names…

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  • Live blog: The Facebook F8 opening keynote

    … Hello from F8, Facebook’s annual developers conference, where we’re expecting news about how Facebook Messenger will gain support for publishers to push content, for businesses to serve customers with chatbots, perhaps more support for Facebook Live video and 360 video plus news about the Oculus virtual reality platform. Need some background…

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  • Facebook Plans To Open Messenger To Publishers At F8 In April

    Mobile messaging apps are usurping social networks as the shiny new platform through which publishers can distribute their content. Now Facebook is looking to join the fray with its own uber-popular messaging app. Facebook Messenger will soon let publishers distribute their content automatically through the social network’s messaging service, according to three people famili ...

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  • Facebook: App Links Allow Deep Links Between Mobile Apps

    Today at , Facebook's developer event, the company announced an initiative called App Links. It's a free and open-source solution for developers to enable deep linking between apps, which will mimic linking on the PC web. It's also cross-platform between mobile and web content, as well as between mobile operating systems.

    Greg Sterling/ Marketing Land- 7 readers -
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