New answers tagged facebook-groups
Suppose your group name is "College Friends". Simply goto Browse Groups By Membership and select that group and post it there. Another way is by creating a list. To do that just goto here and click create a new list. You can suppose name it "Relevant People" and add the people in that "College Friends" Group. Then make a regular post and set the privacy to ...
If it's an open group and he/she subscribes to it, yes he will see the posts. Blocking the person is an option. The correct option is not writing posts behind friends' backs
Does it mean that Facebook will only generate random names from the perspective of the user who clicked in it Coupled with a user's (those who liked the post) privacy settings, yes.
If you have a member of your group that has blocked Admins, their name will turn BLACK. It will keep you from commenting on any post they have, but you can see them and any comments on the post. What you do is take note of that member's name, then go to your members list and search for that person. When they come up, go to that little tool and it will ...
You can allow to add you back then mute the conversation.
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