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Suppose I am a member of some public groups. But I don't want people, be it friends or 'everyone', to see a list of all public groups that I am in. Only I should see a list of all public groups that I am in.

I have read that there is an option for "Groups" in "more....manage sections."

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I see no Groups option here looking at this pic below.

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  • Did you found a way to hide your groups? – Adam Jul 31 at 3:53
  • @Adam probably not but for any facebook under my actual name I probably wouldn't join any groups..I don't really use these things like facebook much anyway. Was just messing around seeing how bad it was. – barlop Jul 31 at 4:38
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  1. Login to Facebook
  2. Go to your profile page. Look in bottom right of Cover Photo for "More" Option.
  3. Click on "More" and select "Groups" from the drop-down
  4. Click on pencil icon button near "+ Create Group" button
  5. Click on "Hide Section" from the drop-down. Done.
  • Now I see it doesn't show in 'more' and I can't see the pencil either. How do I unhide it? Also I didn't want to hide it from myself I wanted to hide public groups from all friends. – barlop Jan 22 '18 at 6:46
  • Can you show me in small video upload? so i can check? – chandan k. Jan 22 '18 at 7:02
  • notice groups was there in the pic in my question(click more look down and it says groups,notes,manage sections), though isn't there here i.imgur.com/6bsnSz4.png – barlop Jan 22 '18 at 8:00
  • I have Groups back in the more menu now, as the manage sections list of sections scrolls when an item is dragged down then I can click groups to show it. – barlop Jan 24 '18 at 9:08
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    Your answer doesn't answer the question. I asked not about hiding Groups from myself, (and by the way it was still there when I went to Home.. and clicked Groups on the sidebar). But I wasn't interested in hiding groups from myself. I asked about hiding "public groups", from friends or anybody visiting my profile. – barlop Jan 24 '18 at 9:08

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