Managing Your Group(s) With Facebook Groups App

Facebook allows you to create groups aside pages. Many professional individuals tend to rely more on page(s) for their business campaign or personal endeavors. Facebook groups cannot be used to run ads, yet it is very useful in sharing information (links, photos and videos). Creating Facebook group(s) is easy using the browser on your mobile phone or computer but managing the group(s) can be cumbersome if you are not using a computer.

Using mobile browsers to manage Facebook groups has so many limitations. For example, you will find it hard to search, remove or block someone from the group if the members are over a thousand. Imagine having a group of over 1000 members, are you going to be scrolling through the list just to find an erring member? Well, this one advantage the Facebook Groups App has. You can easily search for whom you wish to remove/block or make an admin/moderator. The app gives you a dedicated space for you and your groups.

Facebook Groups App let you see all of your Facebook groups in one place. You can discuss, plan and collaborate easily and without distractions. Getting started is easy. Go to Play store to download it if you are using an android device.

==> Open the app and type in your Facebook log in details

==> Click on get started

==> All your the groups you have join or created will be shown. I created the group Bloggers Helping Bloggers. So I'm using that for this post.

==> Click the on Post

==> Type whatever you wish and then click POST at the top right upper corner.

The Facebook Groups App is very easy to use, you don't need to be a tech savvy to figure how to use it. Take your time to explore all its features. The app can be used to approve posts, editing group settings and also to create new group(s).

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