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Get Your Facebook Groups Posts and Members Lists

Do you want to get your Facebook Groups Posts & Members lists?

You can use your members list to engage your members. You can use your posts list to make an archive.

You can see how to get your lists in this article.

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Choose one of your groups from your Grytics dashboard.

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1. Get Your Posts & Comments List

Click “Posts & Comments” and “Posts & Comments List”. You can export your posts list and comments list.

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2. Get Your Members List

Click “Members” and “Current Members list”. Export your current members list.

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Besides your current members list, you can also get your active, inactive, new and former members lists. To see how to categorize your members and get their lists, you can read the article “How to Categorize Your Facebook Groups Members by Engagement“.

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To see what you get in Posts list and how to use it, you can read the article “Get Insights with Posts List of Your Facebook Group“.

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To see what you get in Comments list and how to use it, you can read the article “Get Inspired with Facebook Group Comments List“.

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To see what you get in Members list and how to use it,  you can read the article”Manage Effectively Your Facebook Group with Members List“.

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To see how to export your new members list, former members list and inactive members list and see how to use them, you can read the article “Get Close to Your Members: Newly Joined, Left and Non Engaged“.

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