Today Facebook rolled on on update for embedded posts. The upgraded embedded posts now focus on visual content and faster load times.
Embedded posts allow you to add any public Facebook post to a blog or website by simply copying and pasting the given HTML code into your site.
According to Facebook, the new embedded posts load up to twice as fast as they used to. Facebook hope this will help people share more posts on their blogs and website, hence driving back even more traffic to its platform.
The new embedded posts now give the prime to photos and videos which will be shown on top of the text. They also come with an easier way to set default with that can be saved for your future embeds.
Do you use this function to share Facebook updates on your blog? Will this new upgraded version of embedded post convince you to do so more often? Let us know in the comments.
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