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Facebook Pages allow businesses to develop their brand, grow their audience and start conversations with customers and people interested in learning more.Facebook Page Integrations
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Trigger when new payment made.
Trigger when new transaction is coming.
Trigger when new user created.
Trigger when new subscription cancelled. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Subscription Cancelled" Webhooks must be checked.
Trigger when new subscription updated. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Subscription Updated" Webhooks must be checked.
Triggers whenever you or anyone posts to your Page's Timeline.
Create a new coupon for the given product or a checkout.
Create a new subscription billing plan with the supplied parameters.
Uploads a photo to Facebook Page and also posts it to the stream.
Generates a new page "stream" post on a page.
Paddle is a great app designed to keep the students informed and connected with their schopwork. The app is mainly used by students in middle schop, high schop, and cplege. Students are able to interact with each other via the app and communicate with teachers. Teachers can also post assignments on the app which students can view and go back to at any time. Students have access 24/7 to their assignments and grades through the app. Paddle is accessible on both Android and iOS platforms.
Facebook page is a way for students, teachers, and schops to get together as a community and share information with each other. It allows students to communicate with their teachers outside of the classroom. Teachers can post assignments and grades for their students to see. They can also post announcements about schop events. Students can also post comments or questions for the teacher. Students can see all of the interactions that are happening between the teacher and other students. Schops also have official pages where they post photos, videos, or links to videos of schop events as well as sell tickets for schop events such as football games or pep rallies on their page. Facebook is accessible on most internet enabled devices such as smartphones or laptops.
Paddle is a great application to use when a student needs to be informed of their work or need their grades for a specific assignment. However, there are times when a student will not be able to access their phone while at schop or will need to ask their teacher a question. This is where Facebook page comes into play. If the teacher has a page set up for their class, then students can easily ask their teacher questions while at schop instead of having to wait until they get home to ask them. Also, if the teacher posts an assignment or grade on Facebook it will automatically sync with the student’s Paddle app so that they can see it immediately when they log on to their Paddle app during class time. Therefore, using both of these apps together can help keep students connected to their teachers and peers throughout the day.
The integration of Paddle and Facebook Page has clear benefits for students as well as teachers. Both teachers and students find this combination helpful because it allows them to have more access to information than they would have otherwise. For example, if a student is unable to access her phone in class she can still access the information that she needs from her teacher through her Facebook page. Teachers also enjoy this combination because they no longer have to wait for their students to come up and ask them questions in class which can be disruptive to other students who may be paying attention in class instead of asking questions about homework assignments. Instead, they are able to communicate with students when it is convenient for both parties, usually after schop hours when they are at home or on weekends when many teachers may be out of town during the weekend but still want to be connected with their students.
In conclusion, using both Paddle and Facebook Page together can give students better access to information than they would have otherwise had. Teachers prefer this method because they do not have to wait for their students to come up and ask questions in class which may disrupt other students who are paying attention in class rather than asking questions about homework assignments. Using both apps together is beneficial for both teachers and students because it allows them to stay connected more often than they would have otherwise been able to do if only one platform were used instead of both combined.
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