owner_id User ID or community ID. Use a negative value to designate a community ID.
int (number), current user id is used by default
For posting to community wall you must use negative value. For example "-123456789" where 123456789 is community ID.
Community has three types: group, public page and event.
At the end of that page (
) there is test form for Sample query. I tested this form with the negative value of my public page ID and it posted to its wall successfully.
So you can use it for posting to any type of community (I didn't tested event type but it must be the same cause it's also community).
You can get any type of community that user chooses with
Look at their field "filter":
filter Types of communities to return:
admin — to return communities administered by the user
editor — to return communities where the user is an administrator or editor
moder — to return communities where the user is an administrator, editor, or moderator
groups — to return only groups
publics — to return only public pages
events — to return only events
list comma-separated strings
And after getting all this communities you can post to any of their walls with wall.post
Please make this available in AutoTweet, it will be great