- Students from Donda’s House, an arts nonprofit in Chicago, who use groups to stay in touch during and after a 12-week music program
- A class of dental students in Brazil who use a group to post notes and reminders about upcoming tests and due dates
- Nine best friends spread out across Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and England who use a group to keep connected
Here’s how it works:
When you open the app, you’ll see all your Facebook Groups in one place. Groups you use most frequently are at the top, and you can quickly move between each group.
Easily start a new group by tapping Create.
You can also track notifications and easily control which notifications you want to see.
In the new Discover tab, you’ll see groups suggested to you based on Pages you’ve liked, groups your friends are in and where you live.
You can still use Facebook Groups in the main Facebook app and on desktop, and over time we’ll continue to make those experiences faster and better, too.
Facebook Groups, part of Facebook Creative Labs, is available in all countries on Android and iOS today.