After submitting for Login Review you will receive a notifications when your submission is approved or returned for changes. This document will help you to understand review feedback and use the Direct Support Tool to directly communicate with our Login Review Team.
All of your app's developers will receive developer alerts when a submission is made, approved or returned for changes.
If your submission is returned for changes, you can view feedback for each item by clicking “Edit Notes”.
Messages under “Feedback From Your Last Submission” are responses to common app submission issues. These messages will clearly explain any changes that need to be made and refer to the appropriate developer documentation.
Messages under “Notes From Your Reviewer” are written by your app's reviewer. These messages can be “general” messages or specific to a platform. When possible, we provide customized feedback to help you reach approval.
When your submission is returned for changes you have 3 options:
If you don't understand our feedback, try to find an answer in the Facebook Developer Group Community. Other developers might have the same or a similar issue like you. The group is active with both our talented community members and also Facebook staff.
If your submission has been rejected, we may provide you with access to Direct Support, which will allow you to communicate directly with our Login Review Team.
Once you understand how you need to react, update your app or gather missing information.
If you address all the feedback received via the developer alerts system, update your submission and resubmit it.Update your Submission
If your submission has been rejected, we may provide you with access to Direct Support, which will allow you to communicate directly with our Login Review Team in order to receive better clarification and guidance as to why your app was rejected. This option would be located under the rejections banner in the "Items In Review" Tab in your "App Review" Tab. To setup your app for Direct Support, follow the steps below.
If you have not associated your app with Business Manager, you will need to do so before you can create a case. You will see a "Ask a Question" button; click “Create a Business” to begin the sign-up flow. After completing Business Manager sign-up, the button will render as "Create a Support Case". Simply, click on the "Create a Support Case" button to get started and choose "Application Review" as the Case Type.
If you have already signed up or associated your app with Business Manager, you are good to go and will already see a "Create a Support Case" button. Simply, click on the "Create a Support Case" button to get started, choose "Application Review" as the Case Type, and provide the neccessary info to start a case.
You may receive an option for Direct Support if you are eligible at the time your app is rejected. To utilize Direct Support, you must first have your app associated to a Business Manager. If you do not see this option, you are not currently eligible but we hope to add more developers as we expand this service.