Should I Do A Public Or A Private Group?
- Public groups are used for common-knowledge topics where sensitive information is not published. Use these to promote products, support public figures, and share creative content. You can search for a public group using its name and/or topic.
- Private groups are the most common of the groups. Use these for publishing sensitive information. Anyone can search for and find a private group and see who's in it. Yet, no one can see the group's contents unless you accept their join request. Use these groups for medical support, customer support, and sharing unfinished creative content.
- Secret groups are the least common of the groups. Use them when sensitive information is frequently published. No one can search for or find a secret group; a member of the group will have to add new members instead. Use these groups for team members, product prototype development, and wedding plans.
Okay, The Group Is Ready. How Do I Go Live?
When you open your Switcher Studio app, tap on the blue arrow that says Facebook from your Outputs tab.
Tap Group. All Groups that you own or have admin status for will be displayed. Select the group of your choice.
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