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It's because that's how Facebook have designed Facebook Groups. See: https://www.facebook.com/help/147058305366686 It should only happen in Groups; people can't force you to "like" a page. (If you have liked a page that you didn't actually click "like" on, then it's either caused by a misplaced click when using the mobile app/website, or else it's caused ...


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Yes, it is possible to tag a Facebook group in a post. Below are instructions: Step 1 Log into your Facebook account and then navigate to the item you'd like to update with a tag. Click on the "Comment" hyperlink beneath a status or image posting to tag a Facebook user in the post's comments sections. To tag a group to your status, click inside of your ...


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As of January 2016: It seems that at some point recently, the Facebook article quoted by AlvaroFG was edited ("about a month ago") and now reports that the cut-off number is 5,000. If you still are under 5,000 members you should be able to change. https://www.facebook.com/help/286027304749263


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Yes any Admin can remove or create new Admins. This is why you should only add people you trust as co-admins.


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This seems a little counter-intuitive, but you can add a revision to the original post. Find the post where you added the file Click the Upload Revision button You'll get information on the file, including all revisions. Click the "Upload New Version" button Select your file and upload If you need to get rid of a revision, follow the advice in this ...


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No, it is not possible to backdate a Facebook post without the little clock icon indicating that you've done so. That shows the edit history. That is Facebook feature which tell the audience what was the original post and when/what edited later. To remove that little clock icon you can repost the post and delete the original one.


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I don't see any direct way to remove a friend from suggestion list, But you can unfollow a friend (remain friends) to not get notification and to not see their name in suggestion list at top. Note that unfollowing a friend will not show their activity on your timeline. You can unfollow any of your friend at anytime, they will not get notified.


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https://developers.facebook.com/tools/explorer/ Often asked but little known tricks (and thanks to facebook's API you can do a lot more than you think automatically) to delete a spammers comments from your statuses, go to the link above and choose FQL, get an access token and run the following query to get the ID of the user: SELECT fromid, text from ...


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If DIY effort and some Ruby is ok, you might enjoy article How We Used Facebook to Power Our Investigation Into Patient Harm and scroll down to section "Whenever Possible, Structure Social Data", it has general description and then more detailed sub-section "How To Download Your Facebook Group Data"


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Yes obviously you can do this. Goto group setting and find "Posting Permissions and Post Approval". Just check the box of POST APPROVAL


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It lands in the Other box. Inbox is only for those who you have direct friendship with


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Just figured this out! First option... you can always just simply block the person, but then you will not be able to access the pages for any event they organize at all, even if you have the link for it. I didn't like this option. Second option... Go to your Events page and look at it in list view, not calendar view. Find one event of the person you want ...


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I'm not aware of a built-in tracking feature for that (I'm a group admin too). As an admin of a closed group, the member tools seem limited to accepting, removing and blocking members. Looking at some of the site FAQs, I couldn't find a clear answer to your question, although there are a couple of pages that indirectly relate to member tracking, and both ...


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To change your group's privacy as an admin: Click in the top right of the group > Edit Group Settings Choose a new group privacy option under the Privacy section Click Save Google is your friend!


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You would need to do the following: Authorize a group user with user_managed_groups (keep in mind that he must be a group admin) and publish_actions. Create a cron job to read the Page feed or (better) use the Realtime API to get the latest Page posts and post them to the group with the group feed endpoint. Btw, you need a User Token for this. Extended ...


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The only way to do this is to click on "See more" option & tick a mark which offers to send the message directly to the inbox. This, however, is not free & you'll be charged. There's no other way to send the message to their inbox


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Unless you've posted to your timeline as Public, your membership to a group doesn't influence who sees your timeline posts(unless you've added them as a friend).


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There are no workarounds. a. Using a bot will be violation of the TOS b. Browser extensions will reach rate limits Whatever tools Facebook provides to you as a group admin are what you get. Consider increasing your admin team number.


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I don't know that you need anything beyond Google Calendar. To test, I created a calendar and added some events. Then I made it public. Then I went to Calendar settings and chose the URL for the iCal version of the calendar. The URL looks like this: https://calendar.google.com/calendar/ical/{alphanumeric key}%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic.ics I ...


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Use Facebook Graph Search "Posts in GroupName by FirstNameLastName" https://www.facebook.com/search/str/GROUP_ID/stories-in/USER_ID/stories-by/intersect Replace GROUP_ID for the private group ID and the USER_ID for the person you are checking. (and maybe comments) "Posts in GroupName commented on by FirstNameLastName" https://www.facebook.com/search/...


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Change the privacy setting of your Activity Log to Only Me. It will hide your activities from your friends. When you join a Close or Secret group, your friends who have already joined that group will be notified to approve your joining. Read more What are the privacy settings for groups?


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Facebook has removed email functionality back in mid of 2014. Might be they have forget to remove this Reply to this email to add a comment. from email notification. You can Report a Problem to Facebook or report it to the Notification team: https://www.facebook.com/help/contact/?id=236395803106201.


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Yes. By default a group member get notifications for all the post. A group member can change this setting anytime. How do I edit my notification settings for a group?


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Unsubscribe directly from your email for which you don't want to be notify. Suppose someone else replies to the post, you will get an email, unsubscribe that one.


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Did you try this? How do I search for posts in a group?: To search for posts in a group: Go to a group and click Search this group in the top right Enter names or keywords that appear in the post or the comments of the post you're searching for


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From this thread on Facebook support page: When you have post approval turned on, there is an option when somebody posts to always allow them to post (with out approval). Note once you give them that approval the only way to take it away is to remove them from group and then they have to request to come back. Diving a bit deeper, however, I found this ...


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No, there is no way to do so. When you share a post from any account, or into any group, it is considered as a new post. So all the Likes, Comments are associated only to the shared posts. You cannot get it on main Page posts.


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The Facebook automatically enables "Group Insight" feature as soon as you have 250 members on your community. For further information check out this post on Facebook's documentation.


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What you can do is at least match the members in each group. https://www.facebook.com/search/str/GROUP_ID_1/members/GROUP_ID_2/members/intersect That should give who is in both groups https://www.facebook.com/search/str/GROUP_ID_1/members/PAGE_ID_1/likers/intersect The above should give those group members who liked a specific page.


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The short answer would be "No." But, if you are willing to put a decent chunk of effort into it, it could theoretically be done. A couple of the steps that you could take in order to get as close to your desired result as possible would maybe be some one the following: From "Home", find the Groups section on the left, and click it. Followed by the word ...


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