You can connect your Vimeo account to Facebook Pages, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Tumblr on your Connected apps setting page.
As of August 1, 2018, you can no longer connect and post your Vimeo activity to Facebook profiles. You can still connect and post your Vimeo activity to Facebook pages. Please note that anything that was posted before August 1, 2018 on your Facebook profile will not be affected and will remain until you choose to manually delete it.
This also affects Publish to Social, as you will no longer be able to publish Vimeo videos to the native Facebook player on your profile. You can still publish your videos to the native Facebook player via your Facebook pages.
Additional note: While a profile is a personal Facebook account for an individual person, a page is a public profile for businesses, brands, and organizations, or even public figures and artists.
Logging in with Facebook
If you connect your Vimeo account to Facebook, you'll automatically be able to use Facebook to log in to your Vimeo account.
Posting Vimeo to Facebook Pages, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Tumblr
Once you connect to each account, you can choose to publish particular social actions automatically (such as new uploads and likes. Simply click the "Settings" link for any connection account and then select the actions you'd like to automatically post to each account.
To disconnect from any of these accounts, move your cursor over the "Connected" button and click it again to disconnect.
Vimeo Plus, PRO, Business, and Premium members can post their uploaded videos natively to Facebook Pages, YouTube, and Twitter, making the experience seamless for their viewers. Read more about publishing directly to social here.
As of January 2019, our previous integration with Google+ has been retired.