In December, we announced that we will be deprecating App Profile Pages on Feburary 1st. Many developers have asked for some tips on how to smoothly migrate their page. Below are some common issues, questions, and pro-tips for how to handle.
We recommend updating any links that you've shared to your App Profile Page to point to your new target Page. Existing links to the old App Profile Page will go to the following destinations, in this order:
When you migrate to a target Page, your Likes will transfer. You can view the number of Likes that your app has via the Insights tab in the Developer App. Please allow 14 days for the complete transfer to take place.
The Vanity URL for your App Profile Page will get transferred to the target Page if the Page doesn't already have a Vanity URL. If a Vanity URL already exists for the target Page, the Vanity URL for the App Profile Page will now go to the app (see above).
We've seen the following common mistakes:
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You will lose this content if you don't save it manually. This content is accessible via the Graph API with any valid access token.
To retrieve a list of your Page's photos albums (example):
To get a list of all the photos in the album (example):
To access the Page's status updates (example):
To access the Page's wall (example):
To access the Page's own posts (example):