Published on January 3, 2019
Today we are proud to announce the public availability for Instagram Business Profiles on Everwall.
Instagram Business Profile support means that we are able to support pulling in public posts from Instagram by hashtag. We can also pull in all posts from the @account that you authenticated.
The difference between a Personal Account and a Business Account lies not only with the type of data we can pull in, but also in how you’ve configured it with Instagram and Facebook (Instagram’s owner).
To convert your account from a Personal Account to a Business Account and therefore be able to pull in public posts by hashtags, you can follow the instructions here.
While this was already a massive undertaking for us to build, we understand that not everyone can or wants to convert their account to a Business Profile. For those users, inside Everwall, the “old” Instagram has now been labeled as an “Instagram Personal Account” , and still works to allow you to pull in posts from your own @account. You can now also filter your own posts by hashtags (but can’t pull in posts from other people using those hashtags).
Instagram and Facebook continue to go through a ton of changes, but we’ll always continue to do our best to support the Instagram platform for your social walls.
If you have any questions at all about how this may affect your events, please reach out.
Looking for more to read in our Changelog?
Today we added a new page to the dashboard that provides details for accessing your wall via our APIs. On this new page, you can get the embed code for embedding your social wall onto your website, get the URLs for a JSON or XML feed for any custom integrations you want to do, as well as provide ways for you to gain access to the Full API we offer or Everwall Direct. We’re excited to see how you’ll integrate Everwall!
We’re excited to release a new layout that we’re calling the Multi-column Waterfall. The new layout allows you to have between four and eight columns (seven if showing a leaderboard, poll, etc) and the posts come in at the top, and get pushed off the bottom.
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