If you want the group to show up in Facebook searches and be completely visible to anyone, including the member list and anything that's been posted, choose "Open" here.
For more privacy, choose "Closed": Facebook members will be able to find the group, see the members list and ask to join, but they won't see the postings.
A Facebook group page isn't that different from your personal page.
There should be a clickable link in the right-hand column on your Home page (you may have to click "More" if you've already joined several groups).
If you still don't see the link, just go to Facebook.com/groups.
It was written by two comedians, Ben Palmer and Nick Price, who created the satirical “Customer Service” Facebook account in 2014.
The duo have provided “helpful” information to the customers of several businesses, including Papa John’s, Starbucks, and Target.
You control access, you can allow whomever you like to share messages and photos with the group, and, of course, it's free.
For starters, you'll need a personal Facebook account (the odds are good that you already have one — more than half of 50-plus Internet users enjoy social networking today).
And remember, you can change any of these choices after the group is created.
The icon is a little picture that shows up next to the group name in listings. When choosing a name, you're allowed to duplicate one that's already in use, but you might want to come up with something distinctive if you want family members to find it by searching.
Make sure to enjoy it hot, so that it can warm up your cold, dead heart.