Facebook users may see more posts nudging them to contact lawmakers.
A recent update to the social network lets Page owners create individual posts that include a button for Facebook users to contact their local representatives.
The feature is available as an icon on the post to Page owners within certain categories, including non-profits and media organisations. Props to Ziad Ramley for noticing this:
Facebook now gives you the option to make posts even more political
— Ziad Ramley (@ziadramley)
The “Contact Your Representative” feature was available to personal profiles earlier this year, as part of Facebook’s release of “Town Hall” in March.
By adding Pages into the mix, it evidently expands the possibility of people seeing the feature. It also empowers these Page owners to be more politically engaged.
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