Supported post types in Flowbox Publish

This article will show you what post types Flowbox support in the Publish tool

Updated over a week ago

Each social network has different post formats. In this article, we have made an overview of post types supported in Flowbox's Publish tool.

Post type

Facebook

Instagram

Twitter

Pinterest

Text

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Single-image

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Multi-image

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Album

Gif

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Video

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Link

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Link-carousel

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Image-carousel

Story

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Text

Only has text copy and no other attachments. The text can include clickable hyperlinks. If a link generates a link preview card filled with metadata about the link, the post is rather considered a 'Link Post' as described below.

Single-image

Has one image file attached.

Multi-image

Has more than one image file attached.

Album

Has multiple images that get added to an Album on Facebook.

GIF

Has an animated GIF file attached.

Video

Has a video file attached.

Link post

Has a link preview card filled with metadata about the attached link. Bear in mind that links can also be added in the text of a post, without generating a link preview card. Only posts with a link preview are considered link posts.

Link-carousel

A Carousel post consisting of links with link preview cards. Users can flip through the cards like a carousel.

Image-carousel

A Carousel post that consists of images, instead of link preview cards. Users can flip through the images like a carousel. This format is currently not supported in Flowbox due to API restrictions.

Story

Stories are image or video posts that are displayed in a slideshow format, separate from your main content feed.

File requirements

These are the supported formats and file sizes:

  • Media size: up to 8MB for images and up to 100MB for videos.

  • Media format: .jpeg for images, .mp4 and .mov for videos.

  • Aspect ratio: within 4:5 to 1.91:1 for images and 4:5 to 16:9 for videos.

  • Video duration: minimum 3s and maximum 60s.



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