Facebook Group Auto Approve Feature Revealed (NEW)

Managing a Facebook group can be so time-consuming because a lot of things are mostly involved.

Because of this, you started looking for a solution that allows you to automatically approve new members into your Facebook group so you can focus on the most important part of your business.

In this article, you will learn how the Facebook group auto approve feature works and other software that can help you automate the approval process.

How to set up automatic membership approval for your Facebook group

This Facebook group auto approve feature is still new and it’s not available for all groups at the moment because Facebook just released it few weeks back.

Watch the video below to get started with this new feature in minutes or continue reading the article

If you want to check if you have the feature enabled for your group, please follow these instructions:

  • Go to your group and then click on More and then click on Edit Group settings
new facebook group feature
  • Scroll down, you would see the automatic approval requirements button right under the section where you set up your Facebook group questions.
  • Click on setup requirements
facebook group auto approve
  • At this point, you need to click on Edit Requirement.
edit requirements facebook group autoapprove

You would now see a variety of approval options. To be precise, they are four in total. Let me explain the function of each of them.

automatic member approvals

1. Completed all membership questions:

You know, Facebook allows you to ask three welcome questions from your new members when they join your group.

You can make use of our google chrome extension called Group Leads to take the data of your new members (including the questions and answer they provided while joining your group) to a google sheet (you specify within the extension) and then automatically add the emails of your new members into your email marketing software.

So if you want to automatically approve someone when they complete all the question, what you need to do is, tick the box next to this option

2. Current city on public profile is within 40 kilometres of:

Let say you have a group that’s for members in a range of kilometres within a city.

For example, you can automatically approve new members based on their current location. If you input New York as the current city and I want to join your group but am not based in New York, so I won’t get approved automatically.

Why?

Because my current city is not within a few Kilometers of your criteria.

3. Friends with at least one member

What this means is that before anyone can join your group, the person would have to be a friend of one of the current members of your group.

4. Join Facebook before a selected time

Ticking this would enable you to set the criteria for someone to have before they can join your group.

After making all your selection, you can click on Save and then OK.

automatically approve future members

If you open up another browser window and join the group with another facebook account and make sure the new member fulfils all the requirements you’ve selected earlier.

facebook group questions

Fill up the welcome questions, if you’ve set it up in your group.

Going to the new membership request section of your Facebook group, you would see that there is no one pending approval.

It’s because the new request has been automatically approved based on your Facebook group auto-approval settings.

Going to the automatic member approval menu to the left and you would see the new member over there and if you decide not to allow the person, you can remove him/her from your group.

Conclusion

That is how to set up Facebook group automatic approval system for your group.

Would you love to also automate lead generation from your Facebook group?

Do you want to extract the data of your new Facebook group members into google sheet and then add their emails to your selected email marketing software?

Click here to get started with Group Leads.

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