An album of photos or videos as represented in FQL.
The album ID
Time that the album is backdated to
Can the album be backdated on Timeline
Determines whether a given UID can upload to the album. It is true if the following conditions are met: The user owns the album, the album is not a special album like the profile pic album, the album is not full.
The comment information of the album being queried. This is an object containing can_comment and comment_count
The album cover photo object_id
The album cover photo ID string
The time the photo album was initially created expressed as UNIX time.
The description of the album
The URL for editing the album
Determines whether or not the album should be shown to users.
The like information of the album being queried. This is an object containing can_like, like_count, and user_likes
A link to this album on Facebook
The location of the album
The last time the photo album was updated expressed as UNIX time.
Indicates the time a major update (like addition of photos) was last made to the album expressed as UNIX time.
The title of the album
The object_id of the album on Facebook. This is used to identify the equivalent Album object in the Graph API. You can also use the object_id to let users comment on an album with the Graph API Comments
The user ID of the owner of the album
Cursor for the owner field
The number of photos in the album
Facebook ID of the place associated with the album, if any.
The type of photo album. Can be one of profile: The album containing profile pictures, mobile: The album containing mobile uploaded photos, wall: The album containing photos posted to a user's Wall, normal: For all other albums.
The number of videos in the album
Visible only to the album owner. Indicates who can see the album. The value can be one of friends, friends-of-friends, networks, everyone, custom (if the visibility doesn't match any of the other values)
The number of photos in this album
To read the
album table you need
access_tokenif it is public.
user_photos[permissions] if it is not public and belongs to the user.
friends_photos[permissions] if it is not public and belongs to a user's friend.