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Released January 30, 2018 | Available until TBD | Blog Post
No new features.
sender_idhave been replaced with a single
fromproperty in Mentions for Workplace subscriptions.
GET /event —
GET operations on the following fields now require an access token of an Admin of the Event.
In addition, the following fields have been deprecated:
POSToperations now require an access token of an Admin of the Event.
Event-Owned Objects —
GET operations on Event-owned objects now require an access token of an Admin of the Event. This affects the following nodes:
GET /group —
GET operations on the following fields and edges now require an access token of an Admin of the Group:
In the coming weeks, edges marked with an asterisk (*) will once again allow requests from non-Admin Group members. However, responses will not include User information unless the request is made with an access token of an Admin of the Group.
POSToperations now require an access token of an Admin of the Group.
Group-Owned Objects —
GET operations on Group-owned objects now require an access token of an Admin of the Group. This affects the following nodes:
Impressions Reporting — Redefining the use of organic from not paid, not viral to not paid and introducing a new sets of metrics called nonviral which will match the old definition of organic from and earlier versions. The new relationship:
Insights — Changing the results returned by like and unlike metrics.
The following like metrics:
Restored Likes from Reactivated Accounts
The following unlike metrics:
Deactivated or Memorialized Account Removals
Suspicious Account Removals
Unlikes from Page, Posts, or News Feed
Unlikes from Search
Underage Account Removals
Unlikes from Page Suggestions
Page-owned videos — The
source field will no longer be returned for Page-owned videos unless the User making the request has a role on the owning Page. This affects the following endpoints: