How do I submit my Facebook application for approval by Facebook staff?
Please follow the steps below:
In the browser address bar, type in developers.facebook.com and press Enter.
Log in to your Facebook account, and then in the top menu, click the My Apps entry, and select your Facebook application.
ClickSettings, Basic in the left side bar.
In the App Icon area, upload an image that will serve as the icon of your application. It can be any image of your choice.
In the left sidebar, click App Review, Requests and click "Request Permissions Or Features".
Click the *Request Advanced Access button of the pages_manage_posts permission, then click the Continue button of the permission. If you missed this step, then you can also add the permission by clicking Permissions And Features in the left sidebar, and then in the main window, click the Request button of the pages_manage_posts entry.
Click the Edit App Review Request button.
Select No for the first radio button question and Yes for the second radio button question in the pop-up dialog and click Continue To App Review.
Click the "blue right-arrow" link next to Provide Verification Details and fill in the following:
In the text boxuse the structure that Facebook suggests inside the text box to describe how a Facebook reviewer can log in to your SocislOomph account and schedule a post for your Facebook account.
Then click the "blue right-arrow" link next to "How will your app use..." to complete and submit the review request.
If Facebook requires you to request any additional permissions, such as pages_show_list or pages_read_engagement, enter in the description of each of those permissions, "I do not use this permission, it is only requested because the Facebook system requires it to be requested in conjunction with pages_manage_posts." Attach the same video as above.
Now you will have to wait for Facebook staff to review your application. It might take several days or weeks, depending on how many submissions they have to review. Facebook staff might email you and ask for additional details, such as your SocialOomph login credentials.
Facebook staff also might email you and ask you for "business verification", where they would want you to supply information about your business, such as name, address, telephone, and a copy of a utility bill. If you don't have a business, then explain to them that you are a sole proprietor, and supply them with any information that they might request.
Once your application has been approved, you can make the application public by changing the "Status: In Development" toggle switch in the top right corner of your application's page on developers.facebook.com to "Status: On".