certainly not impressed by the text message that I received this morning. One from Facebook telling me to post. Hello? Is that not up to me? What in the world has the state of technology come to. I don’t think so. Not to mention, it’s not the first time. The first time was a few months ago when I received a verification code for Instagram, a service for which I do not and will never have an account. Try that again, guys.
certainly not impressed by the text message that I received this morning. One from Facebook telling me to post. Hello? Is that not up to me? What in the world has the state of technology come to. I don’t think so. Not to mention, it’s not the first time. The first time was a few months ago when I received a verification code for Instagram, a service for which I do not and will never have an account. Try that again, guys.
certainly not impressed by the text message that I received this morning. One from Facebook telling me to post. Hello? Is that not up to me? What in the world has the state of technology come to. I don’t think so. Not to mention, it’s not the first time. The first time was a few months ago when I received a verification code for Instagram, a service for which I do not and will never have an account. Try that again, guys.
certainly not impressed by the text message that I received this morning. One from Facebook telling me to post. Hello? Is that not up to me? What in the world has the state of technology come to. I don’t think so. Not to mention, it’s not the first time. The first time was a few months ago when I received a verification code for Instagram, a service for which I do not and will never have an account. Try that again, guys.
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@zachphillips Facebook shut down parts of their API last year and now they only allow pages. I’m not sure about a more comprehensive guide… Short version: post to your microblog first, enable cross-posting via Micro.blog, and also try OwnYourGram if you still want to post to Instagram. If there’s …

I think that was a huge mistake for them to disable that part of their API. After all, what are they trying to gain by doing that? is probably something that I’m missing.