Facebook login and application

  
We have just launched two new 123ContactForm features: the Facebook openID login and a
Facebook form management application.
Facebook OpenID Login. Facebook accounts can now be associated to 123ContactForm
accounts. Visit your My Account page, click on the Facebook button at the page bottom and
provide your FB username and password. This will enable you to log in on our platform using
your Facebook data.
You also have the option of creating a new 123ContactForm account using only your
Facebook login data. During the signup process, provide your FB authentication information
and nothing more.
Facebook Application. Our application is designed to make form management on Facebook a
lot friendlier. Access it at http://apps.facebook.com/contact-forms/. Installation is
automatical.
You will see two dropdown lists: in the first one, select the form that you want to post on
your Facebook page; in the second one, select the page on which you want to post it. Press
Add to create the new page/form association and you’re done. It is as simple as that.
Integrate forms with as many pages as you wish. Use the Update button to change the form
that is shown on a certain page and press Remove if you don’t want the page to be associated
with a form anymore.

We have just launched two new 123ContactForm features: Facebook login and a form management application for Facebook.

Facebook Login. Facebook accounts can now be associated to 123ContactForm accounts. Visit your My Account page, click on the Facebook button at the page bottom and provide your FB username and password. This will enable you to log in on our platform using your Facebook data.

You also have the option of creating a new 123ContactForm account using only your Facebook login data. During the signup process, provide your FB authentication information and nothing more.

123ContactForm Application for Facebook. Our application is designed to make form management on Facebook a lot friendlier. Access it at http://apps.facebook.com/contact-forms/. Installation is automatical.

You will see two dropdown lists: in the first one, select the form that you want to post on your Facebook page; in the second one, select the page on which you want to post it. Press Add to create the new page/form association and you’re done. It is as simple as that.

Facebook Application

Integrate forms with as many pages as you wish. Use the Update button to change the form that is shown on a certain page and press Remove if you don’t want the page to be associated with a form anymore.

Facebook application

You can edit your form after you have added it to your page. Open the FB page and the message below will appear on top of your form. Press click here and there you have it.

Edit form

To start using the 123ContactForm Application for Facebook, log in to your account. If you don’t have a 123ContactForm account yet, sign up.

About the Author

Alexandra Draghici is the Project Manager of 123ContactForm. She tracks our project development and acts as a link between departments. Alexandra likes web technologies and teaching online and offline.

This entry was posted on Friday, June 3rd, 2011 at 9:46 am and is filed under Integrations, Tips & Tricks. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

8 Responses to “Facebook login and application”

  1. Kathryn Erskine Says:

    My form is not loading properly on the page, the bottom half of it is missing. When I host your form it works but your new application on facebook (which I much preferre!!!) does not work! the bottom part of the form is missing with the send button!

    also important to note, when I tested the form through the host when I made an intentional “mistake” with the form, it flaged a warning which meant the page length I had selected was not long enough! and the bottom part of the form went missing so it needs extra lenght at the bottom to allow for that!

    Thanks for bring in this app it great and I will reccomend to friends! Just hope you can tweek it!

    Kind regards,

    Kathryn

  2. Alexandra Says:

    Kathryn, please open a support ticket and tell us what browser you are using. Attached screenshot would be lovely.

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  4. ICT LIVE Says:

    What is the most simple way to have ALL of the Form Content Posted to my Facebook & Twitter. This would be a sign up form on My facebook as Tab, but I would like to also have the filled out info post to my facebook page as autopost.. I tried Facebook @m.facebook.com, but when autoposting to Facebook thru m.facebook.com It only Shows 1 item from the form.

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    As Seth was informed via email, for such purposes, https://posterous.com/ is the way to get things done.

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