After testing it with a select group of publishers, Facebook just made embedded posts available to everyone this morning. This move was awaited as Twitter has allowed its users to embed tweets into news stories and blog posts, back in 2011!
Facebook added some new features, including in-line video playback, the ability to re-embed status updates by grabbing the embed code from an already embedded update, and aesthetic changes that make it easier to view posts on mobile devices.
Here’s what an embedded update looks like :
Notice how you can fully interact with the post from where it is embedded? Try to like or comment (for this you will be redirected to Facebook) on the post from here ;)
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