The following features require App Review. You can request access to these features through the App Review submission process.
The All Mutual Friends API gives you access to all the mutual friends between two people who use your app. The response includes mutual friends who use your app as well as limited information about mutual friends who don’t use your app.
Display social context between the person using your app, and another app user
Use the token returned for non-app mutual friends to link to that person's Facebook profile
Surface the mutual friends of two people who use your app to anyone other than those to people
Store the names and profile pictures of the mutual friends
Any non-visible use of this information, for example for recommendations and ranking
Groups API allows you to access content on in a Facebook Group.
To get extended permissions you will need to be granted the following permissions:
Help people manage the posts, content, and likes published to their group
Help people get information about content posted to in their group
Let people publish content from your app to their Facebook group
Help people get aggregated insights about activity happening in their group
Share data between multiple businesses that you manage
Automatically publish content without the group member being aware or having control
Transfer or sell data obtained through third parties
Provide any non-visible use of insights
Provides access to the Live Video API, which allows your app to post live videos to Pages, Groups, and User timelines.
This feature requires the following permissions, which are based on where your app will post live videos. Request these permissions with your App Review submission.
Posting to User timelines:
Posting to Groups:
Posting to Pages:
App users can publish live video content from your app to Facebook from a source other than mobile device cameras.
Publishing with the Go Live dialog. You only need to submit for review if you need to stream using the
Streaming video from a mobile device camera. This feature is already available in the Facebook app
Streaming to platforms other than Facebook
Show third-party ads, including for other apps
Automatically publish live video without the person being aware or having control
Don't use Reactions for polls in video where the whole stream consists of static or looping graphics or images
The Messenger Expressions API is being deprecated and will stop functioning on August 1st, 2018. For information on sharing to Facebook Messenger, see Sharing to Messenger.
Enabled your app to use optimized sharing to Messenger.
The attribution consisted of your app name, logo and a call to action attached to the content shared from your app via Messenger. With this feature, people could install your app and reply with content from your app directly from the attribution.
Let people share fun content created in your app via Messenger
Enhance conversations by letting people reply with content from your app
Ask people to share content just to unlock other content or invite people to install your app
Ask people to share content that contains promotional material
Page Mentioning lets your app mention any Facebook Page when publishing posts on the pages managed by your app.
By default, your app may only mention pages administrated by the people who manage your app. If you want the ability to mention any Facebook Page in page posts published by your app, you must submit this feature for review.
To use Page Mentioning, your app need to have been granted the
If your app has its own user authentication system, please include a working username and password in your review instructions so our team can easily reproduce your page mentioning functionality.
Allow people to use your app to publish Page posts that mention other pages
Mention Pages relevant to the content in your page post
Page Public Content Access provides read-only access to anonymized public data including business metadata, public comments, posts, and reviews for a Page.
While you are testing your app and before you submit it for review, your app can access content only on a Page for which the following is true: The person who holds the admin role for the Page also holds a role in the app as app admin, developer, or tester. If you want the app to be able to access public content on other Pages, you must submit this feature for review. After the app goes to live mode, the app will not be able to see any Page public content without this feature.
Provide aggregated, anonymized public content to allow people to follow and track stories that are relevant to them
Provide aggregated, anonymized public content for competitive benchmarking, understanding what content resonates with people and identifying best practices
Provide sentiment analysis based on public content posted on Pages
Provide tools to understand how a business's own brand, products, or services are being publicly talked about
Ability to search for public Pages on Facebook
Businesses cannot sell data
Businesses cannot transfer or sell customer insights or competitive intelligence data to third-parties apart from the Page owner
Businesses cannot map user behavior and engagement across Pages that do not belong to the same business
Businesses cannot build user profiles or attempt to identify individuals
The Profile Expression Kit will be deprecated on September 30th, 2018.
The Profile Expression Kit lets people use your app to create profile pictures and videos. In just a few taps, people can add their profile picture or video directly to Facebook. Your app will be attributed in News Feed every time someone uploads a picture or video.
Only video and image MIME type media are compatible with the Profile Expression Kit.
If your app requests this permission Facebook will have to review how your app uses it. When requesting this permission via App Review, please make sure your instructions are easily reproducible by our team.
Let people add videos they make in your app directly into the Facebook profile video flow.
Let people add pictures they create in your app to the profile picture flow on Facebook.