When networking in Facebook groups you have the choice of being an admin or a member. There is a difference when you choose to be an admin. You can network and market your group however you desire. Whereas being a member, you have to follow certain rules and guidelines. So, let’s take a closer look at what an admin entails… 

As an admin, you have many responsibilities to consider. For example, membership approval is enabled, so that admins can create pending member questions. They can ask questions that help them to make the right choice to approve or deny users in the group. This will save time, as it will ease the review process.

Next, groups have a setting known as post approval. When it is enabled, it gives the power to admins and even moderators to approve or deny all the posts from the members. Whenever someone posts in such a group, the post has to be approved first. 

Now, other than the user who published the comment or a post, admins and moderators can delete them from the group. If they feel something violates the group rules, they can remove the content without seeking anyone’s permission. In addition, you have a new feature of watch parties. It allows admins to hold a live screening of pre-recorded videos that are publicly available on Facebook. (Basically, replaying various live videos.) Group members can all watch and comment on the videos at the same time to create a shared viewing experience. 

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