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Karissa

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  1. I'm having the same issue. Most but not all links lately display as a solid black box on Facebook desktop and a solid gray box on Facebook mobile. When I run the link through Facebook debugger, it looks great. But that doesn't help with content that has already auto-pushed to Facebook.
  2. Actually, my workaround will be problematic, as summary blocks display events in chronological order (with next upcoming event at the top) and blog posts in reverse chronological order (with most recently published at the top). Sad day!
  3. Actually, my workaround will be problematic, as summary blocks display events in chronological order (with next upcoming event at the top) and blog posts in reverse chronological order (with most recently published at the top). Sad day!
  4. I'm in the same boat, as my organization's events are now almost entirely virtual. I chatted with customer support about this today with no new insights. Currently, as a workaround, I think I'm going to switch to setting up my events as blog posts. I'll set the event date as the publish date but still publish the "blog post" well in advance of the event. (For instance, I can publish an event's "blog post" today with the supposed publication date of Sept. 20, so Sept. 20 will appear as the date below the event/"blog post" title. Then I'll just manually create Google Calendar links and add
  5. I chatted with customer support about this today with no new insights. Currently, as a workaround, I think I'm going to switch to setting up my events as blog posts. I'll set the event date as the publish date but still publish the "blog post" well in advance of the event. (For instance, I can publish an event's "blog post" today with the supposed publication date of Sept. 20, so Sept. 20 will appear as the date below the event/"blog post" title. Then I'll just manually create Google Calendar links and add those, and type in the time, timezone, and the fact that it's virtual near the top
  6. I'm in the same boat. I now have many virtual events to offer and haven't found a way to specify a time zone or even list the location as "virtual" or "online" without it trying to generate a corresponding Google Maps map.
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