Facebook has recently updated many safety features to make Facebook a safe community social website. Group admins dedicate most of their valuable time to their communities on Facebook and also are engaged in getting feedback on the same. To enhance the experience, Facebook has announced several updates to help the group admins keep their group secure and managed efficiently.
The features include admin support, online admin education resources, new features for group rules, and pre-approved members. The first feature, i.e., admin support, extends personalized support to group admin. This feature provides a dedicated place for admins where they can report an issue or ask a question for which they will get a response from the platform. The social media giant claims that the response will be resolved and directed to the group admin in one business day. The admin user can access this feature from admin tools. This feature, for now, is made available only to a limited number of group admins on iOS and Android in English and Spanish.
The second useful feature rolled out is online admin education resources which help admin to learn methods to keep their communities safe and engaged. This feature includes tutorials, product demos, and case studies which are guided by the experienced and expertise of other admins.
The next feature deals with new features for group rules where admins and moderators can remove any annoying post violating the community’s rules. This feature allows the group admins to notify the members with details on which group rule they broke. The admins can add notes in their admin activity log while removing the particular post.
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Finally, the last feature is regarding the pre-approved members. It supports Facebook group admins who can now select members whose content will automatically be approved every time they post. This will ultimately help the admins by saving their time and concentrating on connecting with their members.