Now, a new hack will help small business owners convert their Facebook page into a traditional website within minutes. Also Read - Beware! Fraudsters using duplicate accounts for Facebook scam
Pager , developed during the 24-hour Disrupt NY Hackathon by a team of three engineers, is very simple. Users just have to log in using their Facebook account and they are presented with a list of their Facebook pages. After selecting a page, the website goes live automatically, reported TechCrunch. Also Read - Instagram 'Live Rooms' now allows 3 more users in India
The hack sorts all the information on the user’s Facebook page into four categories- About, News, Events and Galleries. The ‘About’ page presents the business’ contact info and opening hours, while the news page displays their wall posts, events and galleries. Darrel-Day Guerrero said that the main idea behind the hack was to allow small business owners to use Facebook to manage a website Also Read - WhatsApp to let you mute videos before sending, currently testing in beta
Although not everything works just yet but the team has implemented all the underlying code that leverages the Facebook API.