Facebook Testing More Open Graph Actions

Facebook is testing a host of new open graph actions for content involving subjects like books, movies, and television, including “rate,” “quote,” “wants to read,” and “wants to watch,” developer Tom Waddington pointed out to sister blog Inside Facebook.

According to Inside Facebook, book application Goodreads appears to be testing the rate/rated open graph action, allowing users to share their ratings on books, using a five-star ratings system. Inside Facebook pointed out that developers can most likely use number ratings or links to review pages, as well, according to the social network’s open graph documentation.

Facebook told Inside Facebook it had nothing to announce on the subject.

Readers: Have you seen any other examples of these new open graph actions in your news feeds?

Goodreads screenshot courtesy of Inside Facebook.

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