Titus Tossy - Finding a Group on Facebook
One way to find a group is to pay attention to the news feed on the Home
page to see what groups your friends are joining. If you see something
interesting, give it a try. You might also spot an interesting group to join
while perusing your friends' profiles. For serious group exploration, however,
you can conduct a search.
You can use the Search field at the top of any Facebook page to search for
a specific topic. You can also open the Groups page and check out your
friends' groups. The Groups app, a default application that's part of the
Facebook environment, is the place to go to view your groups and friends'
groups. To navigate to the page, click the Groups link on the left side of
the Home page.
LESSON 10: Joining Groups
The Groups page looks similar to Figure 10.2. Click the Friends'
Groups link to see a list of groups recently joined by your friends. To
visit any of the groups you see listed, just click the group name to open
its associated page.
FIGURE 10.2 The Groups page lists your recently updated groups.
In previous versions of Facebook, you could use a Browse Groups button
to peruse the various groups out there. They might bring this feature back
in a later version, but you can also use the search feature to look up a
group. For example, if you want to find a group related to snow skiing in
Colorado or a moms group in your area, you can conduct a quick search
and see what's available. There are groups centered on just about every
subject you can think of, and many more you hadn't thought of at all.
To search for a particular group or topic, click in the Search field at the
top of any Facebook page. Type in the keyword or words you want to
search for; then press Enter or Return.
Finding a Group
Facebook displays a results page. Click the Groups link on the left to display
only groups and not other types of pages. The result
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