It is important to connect your Facebook account with all of the permissions. If you are trying to connect your Facebook pages with GHL Connector, but some of the pages are missing in the list then you can follow the below guide:
Login to your Facebook account and then navigate to Settings and then Business Integrations, or you can click on this link.
Search for the LeadConnector application in the Business Integrations. Once you find the application, click on the "View and Edit" link.
Upon clicking the link, you will see the popup, make sure you have given all the permissions and selected all of your social channels.
If some of the channels are unchecked, you can check them from there.
Once you have changed the permissions/selected the new pages, click on the Save button.
Now navigate to Settings in Social Planner, and connect your Facebook pages. This time, you should be able to see the pages that were not shown previously.
We have listed down the reasons for the most common errors that you face while publishing content to Facebook and start scratching your head why the content did not appear, but with errors such as:
Your message couldn't be sent because it includes content that other people on Facebook have reported as abusive or not appropriate. Your content couldn't be shared, because this link goes against our Community Standards of Facebook.
The session has been invalidated because the admin has changed their password or Facebook has changed the session for security reasons. Your session/access token to Facebook has been expired. This happens if you have:
If the business page that you are managing has enabled two-factor authentication, you need to enable the Two-factor authentication on your account level. After that reconnect your account and you will not be facing this error.
The user must be an administrator, editor, or moderator of the page in order to impersonate it.
If you are publishing content to your client's social media pages and they have added you as an administrator, in such a case, you will be getting this error. Make sure, you have the administration access to those social media pages and while connecting the account, you allow the manage_permissions to the Pages section so your post publishes without any issues.
If you have scheduled the social media posts, and the link that you are sharing with the image is no longer opening, you will be getting this error for your social post.
If you are getting this error, then the issue most likely is that your Facebook page access token does not have enough permission to publish content. Sometimes, your posts are published, but a few times they are failed. If you are facing this issue, what you need to do is reconnect your pages and make sure you have given all of the permissions while connecting your Facebook Page.
When we publish a message that includes a link to the message, Facebook takes a look at this link and indexes it. When Facebook servers are overloaded they can’t index it during the request time. Facebook throws one of the errors mentioned above. Facebook still indexes the link, so the second try a couple of minutes later usually goes without any problems.