I get it. Your posts are published on null.facebook.
It’s Facebook’s own version of the “Like” button.
In a lot of ways it’s a similar app. The idea is to have the people you share your posts with on the app and people you don’t want to share them with show their “likes” on other people’s profiles. This way you can have people be friends with your posts and have them show up on your profile.
I’m not sure that you can actually implement this. I’m not sure that they would allow this. As far as I know, the way to do this is to have your posts show up in the news feed of your friends. This would require you to have an app that lets you do this through the app’s permissions. I’m not sure that this would meet all the privacy requirements that Facebook has.
Facebook has some fairly strict privacy requirements. The only place I’ve ever seen anyone actually do this is on the website of the local police department. They will ask people to “Like” their posts, but it’s not actually a way to show what they like on other people’s profiles. The best way to do this would be to have your posts show up in the news feed of your friends.
Yes, it is possible to use your Facebook friends to publish your posts. Since you can use the Facebook integration to Like other peoples posts, you can send them your posts as well. Facebook does not allow this to be done through the privacy settings.
However, Facebook does not allow this to be done through the privacy settings either.
Why? Because your posts will be published on a specific newsfeed of your friends. So in other words, it will be published on your friends’ profile pages. The problem is that this means your wall posts will be on everyone’s timeline. So if you post something on your wall, Facebook will show it on everyone’s timeline. Now, if you have a lot of friends, then you will want to make sure that you don’t post on their timeline.
Well, your post will be published on their timeline. How sad. Facebook really needs to go back to that old time where they could actually remember what they are now and how they got here.
I’ve been thinking a lot about this recently, and my takeaway is that, while facebook has a few years of history, it’s hard to determine what their current purpose is.