Last post Jan 08, 2015 06:31 AM by sameer.pantvaidya
Jan 08, 2015 01:24 AM|sameer.pantvaidya|LINK
I've implemented 'Login to Facebook' and then 'Post to wall' functionality in my web application. For that I created one demo app on facebook's developer's site. Got appID etc. details & I integrated them in my web app and now I'm being able to post on my
wall only(means since I'm admin to my facebook's demo app, I can post simple text message to my facebook a/c only). Though I have made my facebook demo app public through settings, I came accross decumentaion that since I'm using extended permission scope
parameter i.e., 'public_actions' which allows us to post simple text message on our wall, we need to submit our facebook app for review and to approve that permission. (Ref:
https://developers.facebook.com/docs/facebook-login/permissions/v2.2, Review section.. It says: If your app asks for more than public_profile, email and user_friends
it will require review by Facebook before your app can be used by people other than the app's developers).
My problem is my submission has failed two times for review/approval. And reasons they are giving are like: low functionality, poor user experience, features promoting spammy behavior, and/or low quality etc.
You can go to my app URL: http://social.iconnectgroup.com/Account/Login.aspx and try to login with your facebook a/c by using 'facebook Login' button and
then posting to your wall on typing text message on Post.aspx. You will not be able to post it because My app is still not reviewed, only I means developer of my demo app can post on my facebook a/c. Well according to me there's nothing spammy in that. But
what could be other reason that they are not allowing/reviewing my demo app.
Note: I want my app to be approved to integrate 'publish_actions' extended permission which allows us to post text message on our wall on our behalf. This is only I'm implementing in my web app because I would have used feed dialogue to post other
things and for that we don't require 'publish_actions' extended permission and hence app review submission.
Jan 08, 2015 05:40 AM|AidyF|LINK
If facebook don't want your app used on their site then that is their decision and there is nothing you can do about it. Their site would be ruined overnight if they allowed anyone and everyone to make apps that just spammed walls. All you can do is finish
your app first to the level where it is release quality with all the features you want it to have, and submit it then. If facebook still don't approve it then take it up with them, it is their site, their decision, their rules.
Jan 08, 2015 06:31 AM|sameer.pantvaidya|LINK
Thanks for the reply.. Okay, But is it that through 'publish_ations' extended permission we can post text message on user's wall.. And it needs review??