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With the recent introduction of the Send button, people now have a simple way to privately share links from the websites they visit. Whereas the Like button lets people share with all their friends, the Send button lets them share with specific people and groups. In the first thirty days after its launch, over 100,000 websites have added the Send button.
Building on the popularity of the Send button, today we’re introducing another way for developers to let people share private content – the Send Dialog. It resembles the Feed Dialog, but gives people the ability to share a link as a private Facebook message, email or Group post. The Send Dialog is better than the Send button for deep integrations because it enables developers to build sending messages into the core flow of their website or app.