Facebook 'Send me email' Permission

I have question regarding facebook permissions.

I'm looking to let my website users 'Login with Facebook'. I've created an app however I want the user to explicitly agree to letting my app send them emails (see image below)

I've checked the facebook developers pages (https://developers.facebook.com/docs/authentication/permissions/) and I can't seem to find a reference to the 'Send me email' permission that used to be available.

I can see it in the REST API documentation which has been deprecated but can't find it in the current documentation.

Any help on which permission to use would be much appreciated.

Thanks!

Answers


If you're setting up the permissions dialog via the Enhanced Auth Dialog (located in your app settings > Auth Dialog), simply use the 'email' permission as noted in the Facebook documentation when configuring the User and Friends Permissions section.

If you are using the sdk to prompt a permissions dialog, just add 'email' to the comma separated list.


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