Getting Started with Groups
Growing Your Group
Diversity & Inclusion
Establishing Membership and Rules
Keeping Your Group Active
Building a Team
Using Key Groups Tools
Lauren and Jonathan explain how scheduling posts in advance can save you time and effort
See how Nikki and Lauren use Group Insights to understand member activity and manage their groups
Group Quality is a tool for understanding content in your group that has been flagged or removed by Facebook. Find out how to use Group Quality to get a snapshot of violating content in your group.
Community Standards are rules for what’s allowed on Facebook. Learn where to find them, what they mean for you, and what you can do if something on your group is mistakenly taken down.
Need a place to promote your group to the public? How about a page? In this article we break down what pages can do for groups, and how to set them up.
Units are a great way to deliver educational content within your group. Learn when to use units, how to set them up, and their benefits to your group.
Private? Or public? Learn the facts about your group’s privacy settings, and get tips to help you decide which setting is best for you.
Group Insights can give you in-depth stats about what’s happening in your group. Learn how to find them and what they mean for you.
If you’ve got a tough problem you can get help from Facebook, using Facebook support. Learn how and when to use this helpful tool.
Want to watch a video with your group as though you were in the same room? Try Watch Party. Learn more about how you can use this fun tool to drive engagement in your group.
Keyword Alerts that can help you more quickly identify content in your group that may need your quick attention.
Everyone starts with a blank slate. Hear from seasoned admins on the first things you should do when creating a group.