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Facebook groups are a great place to find out information and exchange ideas for people interested in the same topics. It also serves as a forum for discussion and feedback.Facebook Groups Integrations
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Triggers when a new comment is created in a basecamp.
Triggers when a new document is created in a folder.
Triggers when a new document is uploaded in a folder.
Triggers when a new message is created in a basecamp.
Triggers when a new person is available in the account
Triggers when a new project is created.
Triggers when a new schedule entry is created in a basecamp.
Triggers when a new to-do list is created in a basecamp
Triggers when a new event is created for a group.
Triggers when a new photo is added to a group's feed.
Triggers when a new status is added to a group's feed.
Triggers when a new video is added to a group's feed.
Adds or creates a new person to an existing project.
Creates a Campfire message.
Creates a new comment in a message.
Creates a new document in a folder.
Creates a new message in a message board.
Creates a new project.
Creates a new project using a template.
Creates a new schedule entry in a schedule.
Creates a new to-do in a to-do list.
Creates a new to-do list in a to-do set.
To revoking access from existing people
Uploads a new file in a folder.
Creates a new message post in a group's feed.
Creates a new photo post in a group's feed.
Basecamp 3 is a project management software. It's designed to help teams manage projects and communicate with one another. It has a number of useful features for planning, organizing, and communicating throughout a project, including a to-do list, file sharing, and message boards. It was released on August 6, 2014 after a long beta period.Basecamp 3 is available for purchase from their website. There are three paid plans, which can be used by as many people on the team as needed. The free version of Basecamp 3 has fewer features than the paid plans, but it is still very useful.Basecamp 3 has a feature called Groups, which allows members to join multiple groups and then see updates from all of them in one place. This prevents clutter in followers' newsfeeds since each person can choose which groups they want to follow. For example, if John wants to follow the "Dog Lovers" group and Jane wants to follow the "Favorite TV Shows" group, they both can without having to create two separate accounts.Basecamp 3 is integrated with Facebook Groups in that members can easily create a group on Basecamp 3 and then link it to a Facebook Group. This makes it easy for members of the Facebook Group to find the new Basecamp 3 Group and follow it.
Facebook launched Groups in 2010 as a way for users to find like-minded people with similar interests. There are many types of groups, including ones centered around hobbies and professions. There are over 100 million active Facebook Groups worldwide (as of July 2015.Facebook Groups is available on Facebook's website and mobile app. Users must have a Facebook account to access Facebook Groups.Facebook Groups has a number of useful features for communicating within the Group and between members and the Group creator. Members can post pictures, videos, links, and text updates. They can also send private messages to other members or the group creator.Users can find new groups by searching for specific topics or interests, or by following people who are already part of a group.Members can leave groups at any time; there is no formal process for doing so. However, a group creator may add rules to the group that prohibit certain activities or require members to conform to certain standards of conduct in order to stay in the group.Table 1. Comparison of Basecamp 3 and Facebook GroupsFeature Basecamp 3 Facebook Groups Who is affected? Teams* Anyone who wants to follow a specific group How do you set it up? Create an account on Basecamp 3 Create an account on Facebook What does it look like? See Figure 1 See Figure 2 Can you change the name or description of your Group? Yes No Can you invite anyone to join your Group? No Yes Can you control who can view posts on your Group wall? No Yes Can you control who can post on your Group wall? No Yes Can you control who can add content to your Group? No Yes Can you control who can leave comments on your Group wall? No Yes Can you control who can add additional members? No Yes Can you control who can delete content/membership from your Group? No Yes Can you control who can see when someone leaves your Group? No Yes *Teams are public, but they don't show up in search results unless they tag their Team page with relevant keywords. This means that the average person won't find your Team unless they're specifically looking for it. This may limit the number of people who will find and follow your Team. However, there are ways Teams can increase their visibility if they're concerned about not being found by enough followers. For more information, see this article about how Teams can gain followers .(source . http://blog.basecamphq.com/how-to-add-your-team-to-facebook-groups)Figure 1. The main page of a Basecamp 3 projectFigure 2. The main page of a Facebook Group
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