CoSchedule allows you to connect and post to your Facebook profiles, pages, and groups.
- How To Connect To Facebook
- Manage Facebook Privacy Settings
- What Facebook Image Messages Look Like
- Why is "CoSchedule App" Showing up on My Facebook Posts?
How To Connect To Facebook
To connect, go to the Settings > Social Profiles page as you would any other social network. You may connect as many Facebook accounts as you would like; you will just need to log in one at a time each time you authenticate them with CoSchedule.
Creating a message for Facebook is close to the same as creating messages for the other social networks.
You may wish to have your CoSchedule posts published on your Facebook profile be readable by the public. However, Facebook's default settings are to have content sent by apps to be readable by your friends only. This is easily changed in your Facebook account.
1. Access your Facebook settings area.
Log into the personal Facebook profile that is an admin to the page or group that is having reauthentication issues. Then go to Settings.
2. Click on the Apps area in Facebook.
When you're in your Settings, go to Apps. Next, scroll down your Apps list until you find CoSchedule.
Click . A settings window for the CoSchedule App open up, where you can choose to adjust your privacy settings.
Click the Drop-down next to "App visibility and post audience." Choose Public if you would like anyone to be able to read the posts you publish from CoSchedule, and then click on Save to save your changes.
As soon as you change the settings to Public, your posts will now be readable by anyone. The posts you published before this, however, will still be on the Facebook default "Friends" setting. You can change these settings at any time.
Facebook automatically creates an album out of all images that you send as an image message. This album will be called "CoSchedule." Facebook handles the appearance of these images on the network differently.
If your image post is a standalone message and not associated with a blog post, it may be grouped together with other image posts sent close together over a short time span. Even though you sent each image individually, it will appear to be a grouped gallery on Facebook on both the news feed and page. This is the same behavior you would get if you uploaded images on Facebook itself, one after another.
If your image post is associated with a blog post, it will be grouped together on your profile with other image posts sent recently.
However, in your news feed (what your followers see), the image posts will be seen as separate posts.