Saturday, 13 May 2017

Facebook Now Lets Group Admins Set Interview Questions For Prospective Members




If you're looking to build a community around your brand or a specific niche, this new update should come in handy . Last week, Facebook added a feature that allows users to connect their groups to pages and make posts to the group as a page.


Mark Zuckerberg has kept his promise of improving Facebook as a community. The new feature is seen in the settings tab of the group.



I tried it out in my group Nigerian Kings Of Technology { P.S - You can join the group from the link too.. ;) }. Here's the questionnaire that pops up once a user clicks on the join group button.



They are also allowed to modify the answers they've already provided before the admin approves them. The questions are limited to three, which is a perfectly reasonable number of questions. Who in the world would fill a 6 page form to get in a group anyway.



Admins can read the submitted answers and decide whether it's best to approve the person or decline the request. This would save group administrators a whole lot of stress..


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