Last month, Facebook ran a test of embedded posts with CNN, Huffington Post, Bleacher Report, PEOPLE and Mashable. The company announced Wednesday that they’re fully rolling out this feature for everyone. Now any public post can be embedded anywhere on the Internet.
To embed a post, click the arrow in the top right corner of the post, then click “embed post.” Facebook will then generate the code to be copied and pasted.
Facebook also enhanced this capability, adding in-line video (see above post) and the ability to directly get the embed code from the embedded post. Facebook also made embedded posts a better fit for the mobile experience.
Readers: How often do you use embedded posts?