All look gooooooooooooooooooooooood. ^^
Squeeeeeeee fan art!! Very great art, and a few are pretty darn funnny XD
(Why does Raigho look so… (*´∇｀*)?)
Who thinks there should be a OFF-WHITE Facebook Group ??? Oo.
Hi! 🙂 Actually, we have a facebook page! 🙂 You can find it here: https://www.facebook.com/offwhitecomic/
I’m aware of the page @Ven. I’m talking about a group.
Facebook Groups can be created by individual users. Groups allow members to post content such as links, media, questions, events, editable documents, and comments on these items.
Groups are used for collaboration and allow discussions, events, and numerous other activities. They are a way of enabling a number of people to come together online to share information and discuss specific subjects. They are increasingly used by clubs, companies and public sector organizations to engage with stakeholders, be the members of the public, employees, members, service users, shareholders or customers. Groups can have three different levels of privacy settings:
“Open” means both the group, its members and their comments is visible to the public (which includes non-members) but they cannot interact without joining.
“Closed” means the group and its members are visible to the public but their comments are not visible until the user has joined the group.
“Secret” means that nothing can be viewed by the public unless a member specifically invites another user to join the group.
Previously, in October 2010, there were version 0 (legacy) and version 1 (current) groups. Version 1 or “new” groups can contain the name of the group in their URL if the email-address of the group is set. Groups do not have a RSS feed to export the wall or the member list, such as Pages or Events have, but third parties provide such service if the group is set to an “open” privacy setting. All groups have since been migrated to a single design.<<<
For some reason I can't find the definition of a Facebook Page.
Aah i see what you mean, yes you’re right there is a difference! I wasn’t very familiar with how Facebook distinguishes between group and page 🙂
Was voicing my thought.
Also, a group you have to join. A page is simply Like, Save, Follow.