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I am using Drupal 7. I used Feeds module for content from the RSS. So i can get the content from RSS Feeds. Now Feed Content types automatically saved with RSS Feeds content. So now I want to auto Post the Feeds content to the twitter,linkedin and facebook.I am using Twitter module.

So i can Auto post the content using rules module to FacebookSo i can Auto post the content using rules module to Facebook. Same Time I Can Auto Post the content using rules module to twitter.Same Time I Can Auto Post the content using rules module to twitter. I want to post this content via rules module to linkedin.. I am using Linkedin module also. But it doesn't work for rules module ? Using linkein module for particular content types only. I want to post the content for particular user linkedin account?Admin can submit the content post to the linkedin account.But i want to auto post the content for particular user account?

Is there any way to auto post the content via rules module to linkedin account. I am in critical situation.Please anyone guide to me. Thanks in advance.

  • Can you tell me how you setup all this? – Umair Apr 16 '18 at 11:17
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Have you tried the LinkedIn Module?

This module provides integration with the LinkedIn API. At the moment it supports the following features:

  • Per-user OAuth authentication between LinkedIn and Drupal Post
  • LinkedIn status from node edit form (like the Twitter module)
  • Synchronise LinkedIn user profiles with a user profile tab in Drupal

For Drupal 7 it's still dev and there may or may not be any updates coming. But it would be a good place to start.

  • It works perfectly.Same time admin will submit the form.Auto post the content for particular user linkedin account . Is it possible? – Nandhana Aug 15 '14 at 5:28
  • I want to post the content using rules module for After saving new content.So I want to Post the content to linkedin. I am using linkedin module. But it doesn't show the rules module – Nandhana Aug 18 '14 at 8:04
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This module does't have this functionality. You need your own rules action or use php with rules (Using embed php with rules isn't the best practice). I did some digging and found proper function to run. linkedin_status_set_status($status, $node); This is function from linkedin_status module. I have not tested it anyhow but I am 99% sure this should work. Create new module and add

function YOURMODULE_rules_action_info() {
  return array(
    'YOURMODULE_set_inkedin_status' => array(
      'label' => t('Set linkedin status'), 
      'parameter' => array(
        'node' => array(
          'type' => 'node',
          'label' => t('Node'),
        ),
        'status' => array(
          'type' => 'text',
          'label' => t('Status'),
        ),
      ), 
      'group' => t('Linkedin'), 
    ),
  );
}
function YOURMODULE_set_inkedin_status($status, node) {
   linkedin_status_set_status($status, $node);
}

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