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To try and make up for this saddening fact I thought maybe I should write an article about it….
that way people may still see me as an expert, I will feel less like a failure and I will hopefully retain my job. The new facebook groups are similar to the old groups, but just with a bunch of (arguably) cooler functions.
You can then start sharing photos, videos, documents and posts with the people in your group.
You can also chat to everyone at the same time in group chat (rather than the standard one-to-one chat function of facebook) and even set up a group email address.
The recent new ‘Send’ button (soon to be discussed in my next update post) also applies to groups. You might be wondering why you would bother with creating or being part of any group on facebook. However I actually think they are a great idea and have given myself a huge slap in the face for not getting off my arse and using them before. If you want simple, jargon-free tips and updates, you've come to the right place!
Since the launch of ‘new’ groups last October, you are unable to create any of groups in the old format. But there are actually some pretty great uses for this tool. Of course I did just create one (as you saw from the pics above) for a little digital innovation group I am part of, and I’m already excited at the possibilities. Outside the geeky expert stuff I'm a crazy cat lady from Sydney - and no, that is not me in the header (everyone asks).
It’s also great for any little interest groups you may have – like bands, study groups or even the local swingers club. I miss the days of group chat back when you could do it on m IRC and ICQ (wait, could you do it there? To be honest I can’t remember whether you could because obviously these channels are DEAD TO ME now, but I know you could somewhere and it was awesome.
Apparently they have proved extremely popular, with over 50 million groups in circulation (according to the facebook blog) and – surprise surprise – Zuckers and his team just recently revamped the service to add some even more exciting features. I found this pretty cool article which answers some more questions you may have about groups.
These include the ability to upload an entire picture album, the ability to post questions and polls that only members can respond to and the facility for the group owner to approve people before adding them to the group. Facebook groups have copped a bit of slack since they launched, most notably for the fact you are automatically added to the group without consent if one of your facebook friends adds you, and the fact you may get prolific inbox spam if the group is very large and active (note that groups are limited to 250 people though and you can choose what notifications you want to receive, including the ability to subscribe and unsubscribe to certain posts – see left). I find it’s much easier just to capitalise on others’ hard work rather than put my own in. 5 questions about groups – Hi there, my name is Cara Pring, welcome to The Social Skinny, a website dedicated to social media and website optimization strategy.