Facebook Adds Requirements For Submissions Of Apps, Open Graph Actions

Facebook announced three new requirements for developers submitting applications and Open Graph actions for approval.

The social network detailed the new requirements in a post on its developer blog:

  • Apps that use icons that do not fill the entire space should use a transparent background.
  • App category is now a required field to make it easier for us to surface apps in App Center and search.
  • During the Open Graph submission process, we now require that you include at least two screenshots of the in-app user flow and one screenshot of what your action will look like when published to timeline.

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