Post Comments Using Twitter and Facebook (via WordPress.com News)

WordPress has made it much easier to post comments from the comfort of Facebook and Twitter.

Post Comments Using Twitter and Facebook Starting today, visitors to your blog can use their Facebook or Twitter account to leave comments. This saves everyone a few steps and gives visitors control over which identity they use.  It’s a win for everyone. As an important touch, we let you stay logged in to multiple services. This means you can stay logged in to Facebook for convenience, but still leave a comment through Twitter or your WordPress.com account. Just click whichever identity … Read More

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2 Responses to “Post Comments Using Twitter and Facebook (via WordPress.com News)”

  1. Hyungwon Hwang Says:

    Is this comment shared in fb?

    • Francis Unson Says:

      No, comments are not shared in Facebook.

      The title of WordPress.com’s blog is misleading. What the title, “Post Comments Using Twitter and Facebook”, really means is that people can use either social network to authenticate their login before posting a comment.

      If you are on both Facebook and Twitter, and you have a different avatar on each profile, you can perform this test. Write a comment, press Facebook’s Log In button, then Post Comment. Write a second comment, press Twitter’s Log In button, then Post Comment. Even though it looks like two different people posted a comment based on the different avatars, you clearly made both comments.

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