Facebook's Removing {the capability to} Edit {Hyperlink|Website link} Previews - {LISTED BELOW ARE} Your Alternatives

{Within the last} {couple of weeks}, major {web publishers} have been {contacting} Facebook to {invert|change} their decision {to eliminate} {the capability} to edit {hyperlink|website link} previews when you post content to your Facebook {Web page|Webpage|Site}.

As we've reported {recently}, back in {Apr}, Facebook {declared|released} a pending change {with their} Graph API which would {take away the} ability for {Webpages|Web pages|Internet pages} to edit {web page link} previews {mounted on} {articles|content} - that change {makes} {impact|result} this week, {however the} backlash has lead to Facebook providing a stay of execution, of {types|kinds}, on the feature {for a few} Pages, with {a fresh} option that will {permit} publishers {to keep up|to keep} {the capability} to {modify|change|revise|alter} previews.

{To begin with}, to clarify what's being {transformed|altered|improved|modified|evolved}, exactly - {presently}, when you {publish} a post to Facebook, Facebook automatically {produces|creates} {a web link} preview and extracts the header image from the post {to show} with your {hyperlink|website link}. You can {modify|change|revise|alter} the headline, {explanation|information} and image as {you observe|the thing is|the truth is|the thing is that|the simple truth is} fit - {as you can plainly see} in this example (below), {the initial}, auto-generated {hyperlink|website link} preview is on the {still left|departed}, and I've edited it on the right. {It is the} same post, but {it seems} completely different.

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