The type of an object within the graph.

Object type metadata is one of the four required properties defined by the Open Graph protocols:

og:title The title of your object as it should appear within the graph; for example: "Life of Pi"

The type of your object; for example: "movie".
See the complete list of supported types.

og:image An image URL which should represent your object within the graph.You may include multiple og:image tags to associate multiple images with your page.
og:url The canonical URL of your object that will be used as its permanent ID in the graph; for example:

In the header of an HTML page, it appears as meta property:

<meta property="og:type" content="movie" />

Learn more about Open Graph protocol.


  1. Filter for content where the Open Graph type metadata is "movie":

links.meta.opengraph.type == "movie"


Here are some sample values. Note that there are standard Open Graph values together with user-defined values:

  • album
  • activity
  • article
  • blog
  • etsymarketplace:item
  • flickr_photos: photo
  • instapp:photo
  • photosandvideos
  • sport
  • twitpicfbapp:photo
  • video
  • video.other
  • website

Resource information

Target service: Augmentation Target: Links

Target object: Links: Open Graph

Type: array(string)

Array: Yes

Always exists: No