|Author||Date||Title||Social media site name||URL|
|Twitter and Instagram: Author, A. A. [@username].||(n.d.).||Content of the post up to the first 20 words.||Site Name.||https://xxxx|
|Name of Group [@username].||(Year, Month Day).||Content of the post up to the first 20 words [Description of audiovisuals].||Retrieved Month Day, Year, from https://xxxx|
|Facebook and others: Author, A. A.||[Description of audiovisuals].|
|Name of Group.|
|Name of Group [Username].|
|Author, A. A.||(Year).||Title of work.||Site Name.||https://xxxxx|
|Author, A. A., & Author, B. B.||(Year, Month).||Retrieved Month Day, Year, from https://xxxxx|
|Name of Group.||(Year, Month Day).|
When do I include a retrieval date?
The APA Publication Manual (APA, 2019) suggests including a retrieval date for those sources whose content is designed to change and/or updates frequently, and the page itself is unarchived (p. 290). Such sources include dictionary entries, Facebook and other social media pages, maps on Google Maps, etc. (APA, 2019, p. 290).