Facebook Updates

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At their f8 conference, Facebook announced a number of new features and changes. This deck walks through a few of those announcements, including changes to the Like button, the Open Graph, social plugins, and data permissions.

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Facebook Updates

  1. 1. Media Minute Facebook Updates
  2. 2. The Social Web Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook: “We are making it so all websites can work together to build a more comprehensive map of connections and create better, more social experiences for everyone.” “We are building a Web where the default is social.” 2
  3. 3. The Like Button “Become a Fan” is now “Like” Three Levels: 1. iframe 2. XFBML Tag and JavaScript SDK - Dynamic Size - Users Add Comments 3. Open Graph Protocol - Pages In More Places - Publish Stream Stories 3
  4. 4. The Open Graph The Open Graph is designed for web pages representing profiles of real-world things: Movies Sports Teams Celebrities Restaurants 4
  5. 5. The Open Graph Based on the data you provide the Open Graph, your pages show up richly across Facebook: User Profiles Search Results News Feed 5
  6. 6. Social Plugins Like Button: Lets users share pages back to their Facebook profile with one click. Recommendations: Gives users suggestions for pages they might like. Login with Faces: Shows profile pictures of user's friends who already signed up. Comments: Lets users comment on any piece of content. 6
  7. 7. Social Plugins Activity Feed: Shows users what their friends are doing with likes & comments. Like Box: Enables users to like a Facebook Page & view its stream. Facepile: Shows profile pictures of user's friends who have already signed up. Live Stream: Lets users share & comments in real-time. 7
  8. 8. Social Plugins Code: Add social plugins to any site with just one line of HTML. Data: No data is shared with sites on which they appear. Privacy: Users have the same control over what they can see and share as they already have on Facebook 8
  9. 9. Facebook Data Permission: All requests for permission are now combined into a single window. 9
  10. 10. Thank You. Contact: Cory O’Brien 415.276.8390 cory@swirl.net 10

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