When you write content or create other digital products, you will want to share them with people. But before you hit that post button, you should check what the content will look like to your followers. To help you accomplish this, here is a quick reference of all validators we use and know of!
Debug your twitter card here!
Here is Twitter card markup reference, in case you want to make changes:
Preview your Facebook content here:
Use this Open Graph reference for making changes:
Preview your LinkedIn shared content using this debugger:
This post inspector includes an explanation of all required meta tags as well as how to add them if any tags are missing.
Rich pins are special pins that show metadata on the Pin itself, giving Pinners a richer experience and increasing engagement. Regular pins do not include this feature. You can use this debugger to make sure Rich Pins are enabled for your content!
Learn more about rich pins and variations here:
Reddit uses Open Graph meta tags, which are also used by Facebook. If your content looks good using the Facebook debugger, it should also work when shared on Reddit.
In Slack terminology, the preview that is generated when a user shares a link is called an unfurl. A lot of this information is generated based on the Open Graph meta tags. If you want to preview your unfurled links, you can do the following:
- Launch slack workspace
- Direct message yourself
- Share the link you would like to unfurl
Here is a great article for learning more about unfurling and showing some of the more advanced capabilities of what is possible:
Also note that unfurling can be turned off.