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GARU MISHIN OALDERS KEEDI EMAZEP

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JT Smith
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NAME

Facebook::Graph::Page::Feed - Add a post to a Facebook page.

VERSION

version 1.1204

SYNOPSIS

 my $fb = Facebook::Graph->new;

 $fb->add_page_feed
        ->set_page_id($page_id)
        ->set_message('This is a test post')
        ->set_backdated_time(time-3600)
        ->set_scheduled_publish_time(time+3600)
        ->set_published('false')
        ->set_link_uri('http://mysite.com/testpage')
        ->publish;

DESCRIPTION

This module gives you quick and easy access to publish posts on FB pages.

Implements publishing protocol available here: https://developers.facebook.com/docs/graph-api/reference/v2.0/page/feed/

ATTENTION: You must have the page access token to use this module. It's available in $fb-fetch('me/accounts')>, but, you must have a user token with manage_page permission.

More information about tokens could be found here: https://developers.facebook.com/docs/facebook-login/access-tokens

METHODS

set_page_id ( page_id )

Specify a page id to post to. This is required field and must be set before publishing.

set_message ( message )

Sets the description of the link.

message

A string of text.

Sets the URI to link to.

uri

A URI.

set_backdated_time ( time )

Set a date of your post, different from now. Just a backdate. Time should be a timestamp, no fancy formats.

set_scheduled_publish_time( time )

Set a publishing time for scheduled posts. Time should be a desired timestamp of post in future. Doesn't work with minutes from now, but works fine with hour+

publish ( )

Posts the data and returns a Facebook::Graph::Response object. The response object should contain the id:

 {"id":"1647395831_130068550371568"}

 

LEGAL

Facebook::Graph is Copyright 2010 - 2012 Plain Black Corporation (http://www.plainblack.com) and is licensed under the same terms as Perl itself.

Facebook::Graph::Page::Feed is Copyright 2014 Alexandr Evstigneev (http://evstigneev.com) and is licensed under the same terms as Perl itself.