Facebook prompts admins to add tags to groups

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Groups were a major super star in Facebook’s Q4 earnings call, as CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that groups will be a major part of the company in 2014. Changes are apparently starting already, as admins can add tags to a group. While it may not do much for closed/private groups, it’s a way for people to find new groups similar to or regarding similar topics for communities they’re already a part of.

Adam Rosenberg of Edelman Digital noticed that Facebook asked him to add tags to his group.

When a user clicks on the tag, they’re shown similar groups and communities their friends have joined.

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