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Facebook All-in-One For Dummies, 2nd Edition by Jamie Crager, Scott Ayres, Melanie Nelson, Daniel Herndon, Jesse Stay

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Chapter 5

Participating in Groups

In This Chapter

arrow Creating your own group

arrow Customizing your group's image

arrow Establishing group settings

arrow Sending invites

arrow Posting and sharing documents

arrow Deleting groups

Besides enabling you to connect with your friends one on one, Facebook allows you to create connections based on similar interests and activities by forming groups. A group enables you to create a place (private or public) where members can post pictures, upload videos, post messages, share documents, chat, or schedule events. Pretty much all the features that you experience in Facebook as a whole can be focused specifically to friends in a group. In this chapter, you find out how to create and interact with Facebook groups.

Discovering Groups

Groups can be completely private or totally public. Groups can even be secret, where you can see that the group exists only if you're a member. We discuss ...

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