Connect a Facebook Account
To share posts to your Facebook profile and pages, you must first connect those profiles to SkyePress. This article is here to help you do just that.
Navigate to the Accounts tab of the plugin’s Settings page. Click the “Connect Account” button found in the column named Facebook.
You will be redirected to a page within the plugin where you will be asked to enter the App ID and App Secret of your Facebook App. If you don’t have a Facebook App we’ve prepared a step by step guide for you about how to create one.
After adding the Facebook App credentials click the “Continue” button.
If this is the first account you connect with these credentials, you will be redirected to Facebook where you will be asked to allow permissions for your Facebook App.
Note: If the attention message “Submit for Login Review” is being displayed, don’t worry. You only need to submit for review if you wish other users to be able to login to your Facebook App, which in not the case for connecting your own profiles to SkyePress.
Click the “Continue as Your Name” button. Another Facebook pop-up will be displayed, where you are noticed that your Facebook App would like to post to Facebook for you. To post to your Facebook profile this permission is necessary. Click the “OK” button to continue.
As for profiles, in order to allow SkyePress to post to the Facebook pages you manage it will be necessary to allow permissions to do this. Click the “OK” button to continue.
After you have allowed access to your Facebook App to post on your profile and pages you will be redirected back to your website to a page where you will be able to select which profile or page you wish to connect to SkyePress. After you have selected the profile / page click the “Add Account” button.
The process of allowing permissions in Facebook will only happen once per Facebook App credentials introduced. For adding another profile / page all navigation will be handled inside your website.
You can now start sharing your posts on this new connected profile or page.