How do I change the privacy settings on a Facebook group?
Open your Facebook Group and click the three little dots just below the cover photo. From the dropdown, select Edit Group Settings. Scroll down until you see Privacy then click Change Privacy Settings. Select the new Privacy setting you want and click Confirm.
Why can’t I change Facebook group privacy?
Facebook Help Team
The changes admins can make to group privacy depend on the size of the group. If your group has over 5,000 members you can only change its privacy to a more restrictive setting. We do this to protect members of these groups from having their posts shared with audiences they didn’t intend.
What is the difference between a closed group and a private group on Facebook?
Closed groups, which only let current members view group content and see who else is in the group, will now be labeled as private but visible groups. Secret groups, which are hidden from search, but still require an invitation to join, will be changed to a private and hidden group.
Are Facebook private groups really private?
Anyone on Facebook can see who belongs to public groups and content that is shared in those groups. For private groups, only members can see who belongs and what they have posted. By default, groups that had been secret will now be private and hidden, and groups that were closed will now be private and visible.
How do I change my Facebook page from public to private 2020?
To change who can see your activity including future posts, past posts, as well as people, pages, and lists you follow, tap on the relevant option under “Your activity.” In the dropdown menu that appears, change your option to “Only me” so that it is completely private.
How do I delete a private Facebook group?
How to delete a Facebook group using a web browser
- Go to Facebook.com and navigate to “Groups” on the home page.
- Select the group that you wish to delete.
- Navigate to “Members” on the left side of the page.
- Click the “More” button next to each member’s name and then select “Remove from Group.” Hit “Confirm.”
Can you change a private event to public on Facebook?
Once you’ve created a private event, you won’t be able to change it to public later.
Does joining a Facebook group show up on news feed?
No, they will not receive a notification. Although there is no list of groups on someones profile, historically this information has not been private as group recommendations would be made in side panels of your Facebook feed showing which groups your friend were in.
Why can’t I see who has seen my post in my Facebook group?
Facebook Help Team
Hi Margaret, Facebook messages and posts in groups with fewer than 250 people are marked as “seen” after your group members have seen them. If your group reaches 250 members or more, you’ll no longer see who’s seen messages and posts.
Can my Facebook friends see when I post in a closed group?
Your group posts will still be published on your Timeline, but they will only be seen by other members of that closed group. In other words, your Facebook friends who aren’t also members of that group (and members of the public at large) won’t be able to see the posts you make in a closed group.
Why can’t I add a friend to a private Facebook group?
Facebook Help Team
Since your group is Secret, people that are no longer members can’t see the group or find it in search. This means she won’t be able to request to be added again.
What is the difference between a Facebook group and a page?
Facebook pages are predominantly public. They are visible to everyone on the platform. A Facebook group however can be both public and private. You can choose to ask questions to members before you allow them access to the group, letting you choose the people you allow to be a part of the discussion.
Can you set up a private Facebook page?
Unfortunately, there’s no option to make a Facebook business page permanently private to only certain people, as the point of a business page is to promote something to the public. If you’re interested in making a more exclusive space, you may want to create a private event or group instead.