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Register Your Facebook App

In the App Secret field, select Show. Copy the values of App ID and App Secret. You use them later to configure your App Service app in Azure.

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These options determine how your application responds to unauthenticated requests, and the default selections will redirect all requests to log in with this new provider. You can change customize this behavior now or adjust these settings later from the main Authentication screen by choosing Edit next to Authentication settings. To learn more about these options, see Authentication flow.

You're now ready to use Facebook for authentication in your app. The provider will be listed on the Authentication screen. From there, you can edit or delete this provider configuration.

The Facebook App ID is a 15-digit number generated by Facebook that allows your site to take advantage of Facebook services included in Sandvox such as Facebook comments and the Facebook sharing objects. Registering your site with Facebook is required to obtain this ID.

If your camera is unable to capture the QR code, you can manually add your account information to the Microsoft Authenticator app for two-factor verification. This works for work or school accounts and non-Microsoft accounts.

The Accounts screen of the app shows you your account name and a verification code. For additional security, the verification code changes every 30 seconds preventing someone from using a code multiple times.

The Accounts screen of the app shows you your account name and a verification code. For additional security, the verification code changes every 30 seconds preventing someone from using a code multiple times.

On the Add a backup verification method page on your computer, type the verification code provided by your backup verification method for your Amazon account, and then select Verify code and continue.

If you're having trouble getting your verification code for your personal Microsoft account, see the Troubleshooting verification code issues section of the Microsoft account security info & verification codes article.

For devices running iOS, you can also back up your account credentials and related app settings, such as the order of your accounts, to the cloud. For more information, see Backup and recover with the Microsoft Authenticator app.

6. Follow the instructions to set up your dating profile. Facebook imports a lot of details from your Facebook profile, but you can specify which items become a part of the new profile. To change an item, tap the Pencil, and to remove it from your profile entirely, tap the X.

7. Continue to progress through the profile setup. You can specify details like your height, whether you have kids, and if you want to use location services so Facebook Dating can match you with other local people.

If you have any experience with other dating apps, you should be right at home in Facebook Dating. After you complete your profile, you can always get back to it from your shortcuts in the three-line menu in the same way as when you set up your profile. Here is how to use the Dating app:

The central part of the page is the photo of your possible match. You can tap the Heart button to like the profile or the X to dislike, but if you want more information before making a decision, tap the photo. Now you'll see all the details along with other photos. You can tap the buttons to like or dislike, or swipe right to like and swipe left to dislike, just like other dating apps.

Step 2: If you don't already have a Facebook Developer account, click on the "Apps" button in the top title bar of the web page. Follow the steps in the wizard to register as a Facebook developer.

Step 3: Once you're registered as a Facebook developer, click on the "Apps" button in the top title bar of the web page. Click on the "Create New App" button in the drop down menu to create a new Facebook app.

Step 7: Once the Facebook app has successfully been created, you still need to set the app live before the necessary key (App ID and App Secret) can be used by your AppMachine app. You can set the app live by using the On/Off switch at the top of the page. In order to set your app live, the following information is required: Contact Email, Privacy Policy URL, Category.

To obtain the permissions, you need to apply and be approved as a LinkedIn Partner (LinkedIn Marketing Developer Program). You can apply on your app's Products tab by clicking Add more products and selecting Marketing Developer Platform.

In this guide, we walk you through getting your Twilio phone number approved to be used with WhatsApp. This gives you the ability to receive and send messages from your Twilio number through the WhatsApp. If you want to use a non-Twilio number, please refer to this article.

Please make sure your business is not on the list of prohibited verticals is listed in WhatsApp's commerce policy. In addition, developers will need to verify their business through Meta Business Manager as part of the WhatsApp onboarding process.

If you want to use your number, and that number has never been registered with the WhatsApp Business API, then it can be used to register with Twilio. You will still need to follow the steps described in this guide.

Twilio will submit your Display Name to WhatsApp. This is the final piece of information that WhatsApp will need to approve to register your number. You will receive automated confirmation through Zendesk that your Profile Information form has been received.

You may have a brand name that you wish to use as the Display Name for your WhatsApp Business Profile that differs from the name of your company. If so, there must be a clear, externally published association between your company and the brand. This association between the brand and your business needs to be displayed on your website and on the Display Name itself.

For example, if your company is Johnny Mobile and your brand is "PizzaApp", then we would recommend using the Display Name "PizzaApp by Johnny Mobile." This association must be published on your website so WhatsApp can verify it. This means that somewhere on the website, there must be a visible relationship between the two names. If you would like to keep the name "PizzaApp", this will generally require an appeal to WhatsApp and may extend the registration process.

When you receive notice that Twilio has submitted your Display Name and number to WhatsApp, you will need to approve Twilio to send messages on your behalf. You will receive an email to "Approve Twilio to message on behalf of" in Facebook Business Messenger. This email usually has the subject "WhatsApp Profile Request."

Go to the Facebook Business Manager console and approve Twilio to "message on behalf of." You can find this request by following this link, or navigating to > Business Settings > Requests section. Once there, click the Approve button.

Please note: If you have already verified your Meta Business Manager account previously, you will not need to complete this step again. Consult Meta's documentation about verifying your business for more information.

As soon as you receive the ability to "Approve" Twilio to send messages on your behalf, you will be able to verify your Meta Business Manager account if you have not already done so. In the Meta Business Manager>> Settings console, click the Start or Continue button under in the Verification section.

The Meta Business Verification process can take anywhere from 5 to 20 business days, depending on your region and company type. If you have not heard back from Meta in more than 10 business days, please let the Twilio team know.

After you approve Twilio to message on your behalf, Twilio will complete the registration process to register your WhatsApp sender. You will receive an email confirmation that Twilio has finalized the registration of your profile.

At this point, your Sender is ready to receive messages from customers in production. You can test this by sending a WhatsApp message to your Twilio number and checking the Message Logs section in the Twilio Console. Once you receive a message, you can reply within 24 hours with free-form messages. You can read more about Conversational messaging with WhatsApp here.

Once you have enabled the WordPress Facebook login option, users will be able to register, log into your Q&A using their Facebook profile, and submit Questions or Answers to your CM Answers discussion forum (this is the same for the CM Download Manager Plugin or CM Registration).

Before we dive into Facebook Ads Manager and set up our first mobile app install campaign, you will need to register as a developer on Facebook. If you are not a developer, share this instructional link with your developer so they can assist and get everything set up in the App Dashboard.

Here, you will learn how to register your app, install your iOS Software Development Kit or SDK or your Android SDK, add any app events that may be important for your goals and business, and more. While installing the SDK is optional, we highly recommend doing so to our clients as it can provide a higher level of tracking and ad targeting, thus, more insights. As advertisers, the more we can get, the better, as we can use that information to make informed decisions, create custom audience, and optimize our app campaigns. Adding app events is also optional, but we recommend setting these up as they relate to your business (such as app install, app launch, add to cart, in-app purchase, etc.). That way, you can better serve your ads to people who are most likely to take an action and create custom audiences using this information.

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