The Multifeed extension adds the ability to display posts or events from multiple Facebook pages or groups in one single feed. The posts are ordered by date with the newest posts at the top.
Below are a couple of screenshots of the Multifeed extension in use:
Each post can be styled independently based on the author:
Aggregate news content from different Facebook pages into one feed:
See the How to use tab above for directions on how to use the extension.
How to use
Extensions are installed just like any other WordPress plugin. You can follow the same process used when uploading and installing the Custom Facebook Feed Pro plugin.
Once activated the extension will allow you to add multiple IDs to your ‘Facebook Page ID’ setting field. Simply separate them by commas as shown in the screenshot below.
The Multifeed extension also then allows you to specify multiple Page IDs directly in your shortcode like so:
Setting the number of posts to display
You can set the total number of posts to display in your multifeed just by setting the ‘Number of posts’ option on the plugin’s Settings page, or by using the ‘num’ option directly in the shortcode:
[custom-facebook-feed id="cnn,bbcnews,usatoday" num=10]
You can limit the number of posts displayed from each Facebook ID by setting the ‘Post Limit’ directly in the shortcode, like so:
[custom-facebook-feed id="cnn,bbcnews,usatoday" num=10 limit=3]
The above example will show 10 total posts, but only the latest 3 posts from each Facebook ID.
|Page IDs||id||Any Page ID||The IDs of the pages or groups you want to display||id=”cnn,bbcnews,usatoday”|
|Total Number||num||Any number||The total number of posts to display in your feed||num=10|
|Post Limit||limit||Any number||The number of posts to display from each Facebook ID in your multifeed||limit=3|