Facebook groups are a great way for people with similar interests to get together and discuss a topic they’re passionate about. They’re also great for meeting new people and involving yourself in a community of other like-minded individuals.
When looking for a group to join, you might be unsure of where to even start. Like many things in life though, your friends might be able to help! In Facebook, you can see all of the groups your friends are members of – here’s how.
How to Find Groups Your Friends are in on Facebook
- Open the Facebook mobile app and sign into your account.
- Tap the
3 barsin the upper right corner and then tap the
- Scroll down to the Friend’s Groups section (you may have to scroll far) and tap
Groups your friends are in will be displayed in a list on the following screen. Tap the name of the group to learn more about it, or tap the
Join button to join the group.
- Open Facebook.com in any web browser and sign into your account.
Groupsin the menu at the far left of Facebook.
- On the Groups page, click
See morein the Friend’s Groups box at the far right.
Groups your friends have joined will be listed on this page. Simply click the group’s tile to learn more about it, or click the
Join Group button to join it.
Finding Which Groups a Particular Friend is in
There’s some articles out there that suggest that you can use Facebook’s Graph Search to find groups particular friends are in. Unfortunately, these articles are outdated as Facebook has largely removed Graph Search’s functionality due to privacy concerns. It’s no longer possible to list all groups a certain friend is a member of.
You can see the members of a group though, and which friends have joined, as long as the group is public:
- Use the method above to find groups your friends are members of.
- Click or tap the name of the group to see the group’s page.
- On mobile, tap
See Allin the upper right of the About section and then
See Allto the right of
Members. On Desktop, click the
Moretab and then
Which friends are a member of this group will be displayed on the following page.