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How to Find Your Facebook Groups Inactive Members

Do you want to know how many members are inactive in your Facebook Groups? Who are they?

Inactive members don’t post, react or comment in your groups. They may forget to turn on their notification setting. They may not know what they can post in your groups. You can remind them to check your groups. You can tell them how to participate in your groups activity. You can remove them if they are not interested any more.

To engage or remove inactive members, you need to know first who they are. That’s why you need inactive members lists. With the lists, you can tag inactive members to send them messages. You can remove them from your groups.

Here is how you can get inactive members lists:

1. Choose one group from the dashboard

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2. Archive inactive members lists

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After selecting a group, click “Members” and “Inactive Members”.

Click “THE LAST 7 DAYS”, “THE LAST 15 DAYS”, “THE LAST 30 DAYS” and “SINCE YOU USE GRYTICS” to archive inactive members lists.

Use case:

  • Find inactive members to engage them or remove them from your group.

Tips:

  • Archive regularly inactive members lists of the last 7, 15, 30 days or since you use Grytics. Tag them in a post. For example, you can remind them of your group with news about your group. You can invite them to introduce themselves if they didn’t do it before. You can ask them a question to learn about their feedback, opinion… See how to “Quickly Tag Your Facebook Groups Members“.
  • Share the archives with your members, team, and customers for reference and groups management.

3. View the percentage of non publishers, non commenters, non reacters, and archive their lists

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After selecting a group, click “Members” and “Inactive Members”.

View the percentage of non publishers, non commenters, and non reacters.

Click “EXPORT THEM” to get the list.

Use case:

  • Evaluate your groups performance, the actions you have taken and the strategy you have made. For example, compare the percentage of non publishers of the current month and the last month to see if there are more publishers. Compare the percentage of non publishers, non commenters, and non reacters to get insights. If there are less non publishers but many non commenters and non reacters, it is probably not good. It means not many members react or comment on posts.

Tips:

  • Change the time range with the button in the top right corner to see the percentage of non publishers, non commenters, and non reacters in different periods.
  • Archive regularly non publishers lists, non commenters lists, and non reacters lists. Share them with your members, team, and customers for reference and groups management.

Next steps:

Read a real case about how to activate silent community members: “How DigitalMarketer Activated 44% of Previously Silent Community Members in 5 Days” by Suzi Nelson, Community Manager and Digital Marketer from DIGITALMARKETER.

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Find your groups most active members. Keep them on board and increase their engagement level. See “« How To » Identify Your Facebook Group’s Most Active Members“.

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