How to Modify Facebook Open Graph Properties of Your Landing Pages

By Sezgin Hergul

Announcing the New Mobile Workspace for Landing Pages

Facebook is one of the biggest source of news on the internet. This makes Facebook even more responsible for what is being shared on the platform. Recently, the social media giant has been working on putting up measures against fake news shared on the site.

On 18 July, Facebook removed the ability to edit the text shown in a preview of a link shared onto the platform. This means you can no longer use a customized image, text, or headline when you share a link to your landing page on Facebook.

Here’s what Matthew Robertson from Facebook says in his blog post on Facebook’s developers blog:

“By removing the ability to customize link metadata (i.e. headline, description, image) from all link sharing entry points on Facebook, we are eliminating a channel that has been abused to post false news.”

But Facebook is also working on a solution to support publishers that use this functionality quite often.

“Today we’re also releasing a solution to support publishers who rely on overwriting link preview metadata to customize how their content appears to audiences on Facebook. We’re introducing a tab in Page Publishing Tools for publishers to indicate link ownership and continue editing how their own links appear on Facebook. For more information please visit our Announcing the New Mobile Workspace for Landing Pages

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