We have already discussed how to connect your Facebook and Google Plus profiles and now we have found something more wonderful using which you will be able to share you post directly from Google Plus to other social networking profiles i.e Facebook, Twitter and Identi.ca.
+Agent G application developed by Saggi Malachi accesses your posts from Google Post and share it on your other social networking accounts. Below are simple steps which you can do to setup this application.
Important Update: New name of Agent G is Rob McGee. Please share your posts with Rob McGee to post on Facebook. Rest of the steps mentioned below are same.
Step 1: Add +Shraga Malachi (+Agent G) to your circles.
Shraga Malachi (earlier known as +Agent G) Google Plus user account which will be used to share your Google+ posts directly on your Facebook profile. But, Firstly you need to add Shraga Malachi (+Agent G)to your Google+ Circles.
Step 2: Connecting Social networking accounts
Go to http://gplus.sagg.im/ where it will ask you to login with your Facebook, Twitter or Identi.ca profile. This is a secured login done using Oauth for Twitter and Identi.ca and Facebook connect for Facebook which means your login details will never be displayed to this website so it’s completely secure.
Once you have logged in, it will provide you an authentication string which you would then need to copy and post on your Google + profile and share with +ShragaMalachi only.
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Step 3: Posting to other social networks from Google Plus
After getting authentication string and sharing it with +Agent G on Google Plus, you can then decide which posts you want to share on your Facebook, Twitter or Identi.ca accounts. Just share the post with +Agent G on Google Plus and within minutes your post will be posted on your other social networking accounts.
Note: Currently only posts up to 420 characters can be posted on your Facebook Profile.
Step 4: Check posts on other social networking accounts
After you post your original post on Google Plus, it takes 2-3 minutes for Agent G to process and post your Google Plus status on other social networking profiles.
Example of original post on Google Plus and shared post on Facebook
Step 5: Enjoy
So while you explore features on Google Plus you can share your status with friends on Facebook and other social networking websites without even logging into those.
How to stop + Shraga Malachi (+Agent G) from posting on your Facebook Profile?
If at some point of time you feel that you no longer want +Shraga Malachi to share your Google Plus posts on your Facebook Profile, then do the following
1. Remove +Shraga Malachi from your circles
Go to the circle to which you have added +Shraga Malachi to and double click to edit it. Click on +Shraga Malachi and then hit remove.
2. Remove access of Agent G from Facebook
Log into your Facebook account and go to privacy settings. At the bottom on privacy settings page, you will find settings for “Apps and Websites”. Click ‘Edit your settings’ link next to it. It will show all the apps that have access to your Facebook profile and data. You should always keep a check on these applications and should remove unnecessary applications. Now Click on G+ Agent which will show you the access granted to this application which is ‘Access my basic info’ and ‘Post to my Wall’.
If you are sure you want to remove the access of Agent G then you can go ahead and click ‘Remove App’ link to completely delete the application.
Issues with +Agent G
Due to Google’s policy change for Plus profile accounts original +Agent G was made unavailable for some time but now with the new name of Shraga Malachi , Agent G is working fine. Earlier few users reported issues with +Agent G while syncing Google Plus and Facebook. +Agent G team has fixed the issue. If you still face any issue you can also try posting from Google Plus to Facebook using profile feeds or can also use Facebook upload email id to post to Facebook.